Sally Armstrong is editor-at-large for Chatelaine Magazine. She is known for contributing a brand of journalism to the Canadian landscape that some would call her own.
Her work as a magazine editor and writer and through her documentary film work she has been called progressive in her approach to social justice with a special focus on issues that affect women and children. Born in Montreal she graduated in 1966 from McGill out as a teacher and worked in Ontario and Quebec for six years before making the jump to magazine journalism.
In 1975 she became the founding editor in chief of Homemaker’s magazine and then became editor at large with Chatelaine in 1999.