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Note that the Kelvin History website is a newly innovated addition to our school's many historical memorabilias. With the hundreds of biographies already added by a group of dedicated students we are not always opportuned to receive information that would better benefit our alumni biographies. If by chance you feel as though you have some missing details on any particular alumni then we will graciously accept to hear about them from you personally!

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Date of Birth: 1941
Graduation: 1959

Frances Russell

Frances Russell (nee Sures) is a freelance journalist, a regular writer for the “Winnipeg Free Press” and has written two award winning books, “Mistehay Sakahegan – The Great Lake” and “The Canadian Crucible – Manitoba’s Role in Canada’s Great Divide”. She has been working as a writer for almost fifty years and currently has a political column with the “Winnipeg Free Press”, the “Vancouver Sun”, the “Globe and Mail” and the “United Press International” in Ottawa. Russell also occasionally writes commentary for CBC TV, CBC Radio, CBC Newsworld, the “Ottawa Journal”, the “Edmonton Journal”, the “Toronto Star”, the “Canadian Forum Magazine” and “Time Canada”.