Angelo Persichilli, a great Italian journalist and our good friend, will begin tomorrow his venture with Toronto Star.
Every Sunday his personal view about facts will be available on pages of one of the most important torontonian daily newspapers: our sincere congratulations to Angelo!
So we decided to publish such opinions because we are confident his words will give a better understanding of Canada, from an "Italian" point of view.
Angelo Persichilli, an award-winning political journalist, writes each Sunday for the Toronto Star.
Persichilli is the political editor of Corriere Canadese, the Italian daily newspaper headquartered in Toronto.
He has been a political columnist for the Toronto Sun and The Hill Times.
Previously, he was vice president, corporate development and news programming and public affairs, at CFMT (now Omni). In this capacity, he oversaw the production of Channel 47's daily news telecasts in Chinese, Italian and Portuguese.
Persichilli is the recipient of the Canadian Ethnic Journalist's and Writer's Club award for excellence in journalism reflecting multicultural issues. He has also won several national awards for his contributions to broadcasting.