Celia Milne is an award-winning journalist and writer. There are two parts to Celia’s business:
- Writing for magazines and newspapers
- Writing for corporate clients
Magazine and newspaper work: Celia writes a weekly health column in Metro newspaper and contributes regularly to Best Health magazine, published by Reader’s Digest. Her freelance articles have appeared in the Globe and Mail, the National Post, Financial Post Business Magazine, Reader’s Digest, Homemakers, Chatelaine, Maclean’s, as well as numerous trade publications. In her career as a writer and editor at the Medical Post, Celia won nine Kenneth R. Wilson awards, a National Magazine Award, a Folio Award (Chicago), a Jesse H. Neal Award (New York) and several Maclean Hunter and Rogers Media awards. She was also the “voice” of the newspaper for interviews on OMNI TV, CityTV News, and 680 News. Celia recently won the Multiple Sclerosis Society John Alexander Award for Editorial Excellence for an article she wrote in the Globe and Mail.
Corporate work: Celia writes for many different organizations, helping them to express in plain language what they do. Recent clients include the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer, the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Ontario, Ontario Shores Foundation for Mental Health, PriceWaterhouse Coopers, McCarthy Tétrault LLP, St. Michael’s Hospital and Spinal Cord Action Canada.
Awards: Celia has won 10 national and two international awards for her writing and editing work.
Contact Celia at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need a skilled writer for a news article, an investigative piece, an annual report, a white paper, a press release or a website.