By Stephen Salaff: This feature article appeared in Briarpatch magazine, November 2005. Tooker Gomberg was a modest, gentle, easygoing but determined man. Without personal pretension or apparent aspirations for prominence or authority, Gomberg managed to […]
In this radio interview, originally broadcast on April 29, 2004, by CHED 630 AM (Edmonton), Angela speaks candidly with Leslie Primeau about Tooker as loving partner, activist extraordinaire, and – yes – depressed being.
By Allan Shute, Riverdale Historian, The Riverdalian, Edmonton. A dear friend of Riverdale and the Earth is gone. Tooker Gomberg, once of Sundance, is believed to have jumped off the Angus L. Macdonald Bridge into […]
Letter to the Editor, Chronicle-Herald Halifax, by youth environmental activist, Amanda Dainow. I am shocked and deeply saddened at the loss of Tooker Gomberg. He has been one of my greatest inspirations in the fight […]
By James Kosowan, Edmonton, writing for Canadian Dimension. On 3 March 2004, the planet lost one of its greatest defenders. Tooker Gomberg, a former Edmonton City Councillor and tireless environmental and social justice activist, succumbed […]
By Wayne Roberts: NOW magazine, MAR 11-17, 2004, Vol. 23 No. 28 Master Stuntman, Writer and Policy Wonk was Greenspiration to us all Guerrilla activist and NOW correspondent Tooker Gomberg is leaving a legacy that […]