David Halton, distinguished broadcast journalist, joined the CBC in 1965. One year later, he became the network’s Paris-based correspondent, reporting on the de Gaulle government, the Six-Day War in Israel and the coup in Greece. His career took him to Moscow, where he was correspondent from 1968 to 1969, to Canadian posts in Quebec and Ottawa, to London, and to his final post, senior news correspondent in Washington, D.C. He covered the Prague Spring, as well as the Vietnam War. In Washington, he reported on the 1992 presidential election, the Bill Clinton/Monica Lewinsky scandal and the subsequent impeachment proceedings.