Barbara Kay

Barbara Kay earned her B.A. (University of Toronto) and M.A. (McGill University) in English Literature, and has taught literature at Concordia University and various Montreal CEGEPs.

Barbara’s journalism career began in the 1990s with frequent contributions to Cité libre, the federalist magazine founded by Pierre Elliott Trudeau, and reanimated in the run-up to the 1995 referendum as a tool to combat separatism.

From 2003 onwards, Barbara has been a popular editorial writer covering cultural misandry, freedom of speech, Islamist reverberations in western culture, the bizarre world of canine politics, and other diverse subjects.

Barbara’s writings have also appeared in C2C Journal Online, the New York Daily News, the National Post, Campus Watch, Front Page Magazine, Pajamas Media, the Dorchester Review, and the Prince Arthur Herald.  In 2013, she was awarded the Diamond Jubilee medal for excellence in journalism.  In 2015 Barbara published “A Three Day Event,” a murder mystery novel.