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Nationality  Canada
Role  Journalist
Name  Victor Malarek

Television  The Fifth Estate W5
Occupation  author, journalist
TV shows  W5, The Fifth Estate
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Full Name  Victor Gregory Malarek
Born  26 June 1948 (age 67) (1948-06-26) Lachine, Quebec
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Awards  Canadian Screen Award for Best News Information Segment, Gordon Sinclair Award For Broadcast Journalism
Nominations  Gemini Award for Best Host or Interviewer in a News Information Program or Series
Books  The Natashas, The Johns, Orphanage 41, Hey Malarek!, Gut Instinct: The Making of

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Victor Gregory Malarek (born 26 June 1948 in Lachine, Quebec) is a Canadian journalist and author. Currently, he is a senior reporter for CTV Television's W-FIVE.


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From 1990 to 2000, Malarek was one of the hosts for CBC Television's the fifth estate. In 1997, he won a Gemini Award as Canada’s top broadcast journalist. Malarek also received four Michener Awards, three of these during his tenure with The Globe and Mail and the other at the fifth estate.

Malarek entered the world of journalism in 1968 as a copy boy for Weekend Magazine, and joined The Montreal Star as a police reporter in 1970. His first major assignment was reporting on the Quebec October Crisis. He became a The Globe and Mail writer in 1976.

In 1989, he was portrayed by Elias Koteas in the feature movie Malarek, based on his first book Hey, Malarek!. These works depict the journalist's turbulent youth and his life under Quebec's child protection system. The 16-part CBC Television fictional drama series Urban Angel in the 1991–1992 season was also inspired by Malarek's life.

Malarek is the author of seven books, the most recent of which, Orphanage 41, was self-published with FriesenPress in 2014.


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