Wilfrid Eggleston

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Wilfrid Eggleston (1901-1985) was a Canadian journalist and chief censor for Canada from 1942 until 1944. Eggleston was founder and first director of Carleton University's school of journalism. Before World War II, Eggleston worked as a journalist for the Toronto Star, Time Magazine, and many other publications. He also wrote a syndicated newspaper column.

Eggleston was awarded the Order of the British Empire in 1943.

Eggleston wrote 16 books on Canadian history and politics.