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Pauline Couture

Pauline Couture

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Pauline Couture worked in daily journalism for many years in print, radio and television, in French and in English. Much of her writing life has been devoted to behind the scenes work such as research reports and regulatory submissions on large and complex issues in fields such as energy, financial services, telecommunications, broadcasting and the environment, as well as to literary translation. She is a co-founder and Co-CEO of BlockFilm Inc., a B2B platform that links creative producers with private investors and a community of fans worldwide, funded by the Canada Media Fund.



Losing Our Voice, English adaptation of Alain Saulnier's Ici était Radio-Canada. 2015, Dundern Press
Inner Beauty by Xiolan Zhao with Pauline Couture. 2011, Random House Canada
Portraits of Canadian Women Who Inspire by Gerda Neubacher, Executive Editor. 2013, Pioneer House Gallery
Ice: Beauty, Danger, History. 2004, paperback edition 2005, McArthur & Company
Journalism in the New Millennium, contributor. 2000, UBC
As Prime Minister, I Would, contributor. 1997, Magna for Canada Scholarship Foundation
Money by Dian Cohen, contributor. 1987, Prentice-Hall Canada
The Next Canadian Economy by Dian Cohen & Kristin Shannon, contributor. 1984, Eden Press
Trees, Bushes and Shrubs, English adaptation of Les arbres, les haies et les arbustes by Paul Pouliot. 1976, Québec/Amérique/Ampersand Publishing


New York International Film Festival for The Treasury Story, RBC Financial Group, 1986
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