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Vic Roschkov's political cartoonist career began in the early 1970s at the Windsor Star and Toronto Star, respectively. For several years in the mid-1980s he was staff cartoonist at the Edmonton Sun. He now freelances.
His many achievements include winning the prestigious National Newspaper Award for Cartooning, and producing a book of cartoons published by Prentice-Hall.
Numerous Roschkov cartoons are housed in the permanent collection of Library and Archives Canada. Additionally, from Prime Ministers to Premiers to Cabinet Ministers to sports legends, much of his work is held privately.
Vic Roschkov is well know for his meticulous pen and ink drawing technique, along with sharp, show-no-mercy political wit.
His tenure spans a golden age in Canadian political cartooning: an era rife with remarkable talent, such as Duncan Macpherson, Len Norris, Aislin and Roy Peterson, to name a few.
Vic Roschkov lives in Ontario.
Presented on this site are some examples of Vic Roschkov's extensive collection of political cartoons.
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