Monday, May 19, 2008

Former Homemaker's EIC now EIC of the
Metro Canada chain

Dianne Rinehart, a former editor-in-chief of Homemaker's magazine who turned down the editorship of More magazine in favour of pursuing her MA, has accepted the position as editor-in-chief of the Metro Canada chain, which publishes free daily commuter papers. She'll be "working collaboratively with all Publishers and Managing Editors across the country", according to a recent press release published on the Toronto Freelance Editors and Writers list.

Metro Canada is part of the Metro International network of commuter papers, now published more than 70 editions in major cities in 21 countries across Europe, North and South America and Asia.

Rinehart has also been managing editor of Ski Canada, associate editor of Flare, a Parliamentary correspondent for Canadian Press, a biweekly columnist for the Women's Post and a columnist for various CanWest papers.

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