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Cheryl Kaye Tardif, an award-winning author who was recently nominated for the Lieutenant Governor of Alberta Arts Award, also wrote a public service announcement for a racial harmony campaign. Her PSA script, One Voice One World placed third and aired on cable channels in Alberta. She was published in small Canadian newspapers and penned two regular columns in BC. God Bless the Soldiers, a poem dedicated to the Gulf War soldiers, was published by a New Brunswick newspaper, and another poem, Lost Innocence~A Dunblane Tragedy was published in an American anthology.
In November 2003, Tardif was featured in The Edmonton Examiner, and later appeared on Shaw TV Red Deer, RDTV, and Shaw TV Edmonton. In November 2004 she was a guest on CJSR's "Liquid Chatter Talk Radio". Cheryl Kaye Tardif was featured in a full page article in Real Estate Weekly (Edmonton) and their online version, Real Estate Weekly. According to photojournalist, Heather Andrews Miller, who interviewed Tardif for the Real Estate Weekly article, Cheryl Kaye Tardif is a “gem in the literary world”. The author also appeared on Global News Morning Edition on December 22, 2004. She
will be featured in an upcoming issue of Edmonton Woman Magazine.
Born in BC, Canada, Cheryl Kaye Tardif was an 'army brat' and an 'army
wife' and has lived all across Canada. Now residing in Edmonton, Alberta, with her husband, Marc, her daughter, Jessica, and the family dog, Tardif considers herself an “Edmonton author” as Edmonton has been the place she has lived the longest, and the place she calls home.
Cheryl Kaye Tardif’s motto: “Dare to Dream…and Dream BIG!!!”