Born in 1921 in Manitoba, the author is an alumnus of United College (now University of Winnipeg), which he attended with the object of becoming a United Church of Canada minister. However, he early diverted to the communications trade as a newspaper and news agency reporter, a government information officer, and a publishing, advertising and public relations executive. He moved permanently to Regina, Saskatchewan, in 1944. Many of his professional activities were in support of agricultural, retail and financial co-operatives, which he viewed as keys to a more fair and democratic economic system. He was a member of the Unitarian Fellowship of Regina for more that 50 years, with a particular interest in underlying religious beliefs.
Religion and Reality
A LONG-RUNNING COMPETITION
Essays by James A. C. Struthers