Who was Vic Steinberg? A man at a rugby match? A seamstress in a sweatshop? A sales clerk? Yes! She could be any and all of these, depending upon the story she was chasing for her popular column in the Toronto news. over 100 years ago, Vic Steinberg was breaking ground. She was one of the new women, a bachelor girl who pursued a career in investigative journalism - hardly the type of lifestyle for an upper middle class young lady. She had to be stealthy, secretive and cunning if she wanted her scop.