McKALE Daniel

McKALE Daniel

“I am very fond of Sempé, Brétecher, Berthio, Girerd and my wife.”                          McKale, The Hecklers: 244.

Born January 1951, in Pointe-Aux-Chénes.

At eighteen years of age, while studying at l’Institut des Arts Grapiques, he had his first cartoons accepted by Le Carillon in Hawkesbury Ontario. He moved to Montréal, where he freelanced for La Patrie, Montréal-Matin, Québec-Presse, Le Petit Journal and Perspectives.

In 1979 he became the editorial cartoonist for La Tribune in rural Sherbrooke and later became the full page editorial cartoonist for Le Droit [Ottawa].

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Editorial cartoon:

The Art of Political Cartooning in Canada/1980. Ed., Steve Bradley. For., Robert LaPalme. Virgo Press, Oct. 1980: 98, 137, 156, 162, 188.

 

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Book text:

The Hecklers. Writ. & Ed.., Peter Desbarates & Terry Mosher. McClelland & Stewart Ltd., 1979: 244.