Robert J. Galbraith

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April 2013

The Sweet Sound of Success Resounds – Ayotte Drums Rises From Ashes

The Sweet Sound of Success Resounds – Ayotte Drums Rises From Ashes By Robert J. Galbraith for the Montreal Gazette In 1982, Ray Ayotte founded Ayotte Drums Inc. in Vancouver, British Columbia. By the late 1980’s and early1990’s, Ayotte had… Continue Reading →

Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? Vultures Dine Out

Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner Vultures Take Up Residence on Montreal’s Skyscrapers By Robert J. Galbraith Montreal Gazette Last May, Montreal resident Stephen Thompson, had just settled down to eat lunch with his colleagues in the tenth floor lunch room… Continue Reading →

A New England Veterinarian In Afghanistan

A New England Veterinarian In Afghanistan (By: Robert J. Galbraith/Kabul, Afghanistan) 21/11/06 Living in Afghanistan is like riding in novelist HG Wells’ Time Machine. It is a country where the 21st century AD, and the 21st century BC are just… Continue Reading →

Canadian and American Medics Risk Life – To Save Lives in Panjawai, Afghanistan

Canadian and American Medics Risk Life – To Save Lives in Panjawai, Afghanistan By; Robert J.Galbraith for the Toronto Star, in Panjawai, Afghanistan 2007 The month-old baby lies in his adopted mothers arms crying non-stop from hunger pangs, his tongue… Continue Reading →

Saving the Powerscourt Covered Bridge

Covered Bridge Links the Past to the Future Robert J. Galbraith Special to The Gazette ELGIN – Huntingdon County received an early Christmas present this December. The 148-year-old Powerscourt Covered Bridge, (located 75km’s southeast of Montreal) has been restored to… Continue Reading →

Landmark Habitat ’67 Apartment For Sale

Habitat ‘67 Apartment on the Market By Robert J. Galbraith for the Gazette There are a handful of easily recognizable landmarks in the City of Montreal that reflect the true face of this great city. Perhaps the most recognized would… Continue Reading →

The Whale Watch Industry in Quebec

WHALE WATCHING INDUSTRY; The Breath of Life For North Shore Communities Photos and story by Robert J. Galbraith In the 1920’s, the Canadian government declared war on the beluga whales of the St Lawrence Estuary and introduced a $15 bounty… Continue Reading →

This Bud Isn’t For You

This Bud Isn’t For You! Quebec Provincial Police Bushwhack Pot Harvest Story by Robert J. Galbraith, Special to the Montreal Gazette Its harvest time in the Eastern Townships, but for many here who farm Quebec’s most valuable crop – marijuana,… Continue Reading →

The Bomb in Our Backyard – ICBM’s in Vermont and New York

The Nuclear Bomb in our Backyard – ICBM’s In Vermont And New York (Story and Photos By: Robert J. Galbraith) 5/27/05 ‘Weapons of Mass Destruction’ – It may be difficult to find anyone living in media-savvy North America who hasn’t… Continue Reading →

The Death of the Traditional Church in Quebec

The Death of the Traditional Church in Quebec and the Rise of Smorgasbord Religion (Story and photos by: Robert J. Galbraith) 2/18/02 The Catholic and Protestant churches in Quebec are in dire trouble. Their inability to adapt to a changing… Continue Reading →

Guy Lafleur – The Flower Blooms in the Desert

Guy Lafleur – The Flower Blooms in the Desert By Robert J. Galbraith in Kabul, Afghanistan. Hockey legend Guy Lafleur is not finished with his career, but rather, it is just getting underway, only in a different direction. After a… Continue Reading →

Orphanage Brings Hope to Young Girls of Kabul

Orphanage Brings Hope to Young Girls of Kabul (By: Robert J. Galbraith in Kabul, Afghanistan) 23/10/05 Twenty young girls, ranging in age from 2-17 years, are being saved from broken families and the savage streets of Kabul, Afghanistan in an… Continue Reading →

A Dedicated Canadian Worker Sacrifices Much – To Build a Better World

A Dedicated Canadian Worker Sacrifices Much – To Build A Better World (By: Robert J. Galbraith) 09/30/05 While most Canadians are sitting back at their breakfast tables, drinking their morning coffee and kissing their children on the cheek as they… Continue Reading →

The Last of the Afghan Nomads Enter the Modern World

The Last of the Afghanistan Nomads Enter The Modern World (By: Robert J. Galbraith in Kabul, Afghanistan). 10/10/05 After centuries of wondering across the deserts and mountain passes of Afghanistan and Pakistan with their herds of sheep and camels, one… Continue Reading →

Barn With An Attitude

Barn With An Attitude — (Story and Photos By: Robert J. Galbraith) 05/02/01 North America may lose one of its most valuable agricultural structures due to the threat of collapse, says Michelle Picard, a heritage consultant with the Canadian Center… Continue Reading →

Iraq: Eyewitness to War a Photojournalist’s Diary

Published by Robert J. Galbraith IRAQ — EYEWITNESS TO WAR — A PHOTOJOURNALIST’S DIARY is a day-by-day, personal eyewitness account of my 35-day sojourn in Iraq, Kuwait and Jordan, during Operation Iraqi Freedom. It begins with my arrival in Jordan… Continue Reading →

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