Christina Frangou

Christina Frangou

Christina Frangou is a journalist, writer, and editor who specializes in writing about health, medicine, and social issues. She writes regularly for Maclean’s, The Guardian, Chatelaine and The Globe and Mail. In 2016, she won the National Newspaper Award for long-feature writing for a story about her experience as a young widow in the aftermath of her husband’s death. Frangou’s many other awards include both gold and silver awards for short feature at the 2021 National Magazine Awards and multiple Alberta Magazine awards. She lives in Calgary.

Website: christinafrangou.com.
Twitter:  @cfrangou
Instagram: @thatcmf/

BE CURIOUSER

  • Off-Time: Becoming a Widow at 35. -Longreads
  • The Story Of The Alberta Woman Who Got 18 Years For Killing Her Abusive Husband. Chatelaine
  • Canadian paramedics are in crisis. – Macleans
  • Madeline Can’t Afford To Live With Her Illness. She May Choose To Die Instead. -Chatelaine

ALL EVENTS WITH Christina Frangou

1 PM
Healing Factual Malpractice: Timothy Caulfield & Jillian Horton
Oct 01 @ 1 PM MT - 2:15 PM MT

DJD Dance Centre

111 12 Ave SE
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