One of Canada's leading columnists and a winner of the National Newspaper Award for column-writing
Jeffrey Simpson, The Globe and Mail's national affairs columnist, has won all three of Canada's leading literary prizes -- the Governor-General's award for non-fiction book writing, the National Magazine Award for political writing, and the National Newspaper Award for column writing (twice).
Zarqa Nawaz is the creator of the award-winning TV series Little Mosque on the Prairie, which was inspired by the documentary Me and the Mosque, which she wrote and directed.
Elizabeth Renzetti has worked at The Globe and Mail as a columnist, reporter, editor of the Books and Review sections, and European correspondent. She writes the paper's Saturday column on page A2 as well as features and articles on current affairs and social trends.
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Vancouver-based columnist Gary Mason writes on B.C. affairs and issues affecting Western Canada. Mr. Mason has been a fixture on the West Coast journalism scene for more than two decades and has been the recipient of some of the industry's highest honours, including two National Newspaper Awards and six Jack Webster awards. He has authored six books, including his most recent, the No. 1-bestseller Patriot Hearts, Inside the Games that Changed a Country written with John Furlong.
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Brian Milner is a senior economics writer and global markets columnist. In a long career at The Globe and Mail, he has covered diverse business beats, including international trade, the automotive industry, media, debt markets, banking and the business side of sports.
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John Heinzl has been writing about business and investing since 1990. A native of Hamilton, he earned a master's degree from the University of Western Ontario's Graduate School of Journalism and completed the Canadian Securities Course with honours.
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A nationally recognized business leader, an ardent community champion, a lover of the great outdoors, and a wellness enthusiast, Gwyn Morgan devoted three decades to building Canada’s largest energy company.
David Parkinson has been covering business and financial markets since 1990, and has been with The Globe and Mail since 2000.
Tim Cestnick is president of WaterStreet Family Offices, and author of several tax and personal finance books
Fabrice Taylor began his career at The Globe and Mail in 1995. In 2000 he started writing about the capital markets for The Globe.
Beppi Crosariol's twice-weekly columns appear in the Globe Life section on Wednesdays and in Style on Saturdays. Mr. Crosariol previously covered business law for Report on Business and edited the paper's technology section.
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Katrina Onstad's writing on arts, social issues and culture (high and low) has appeared around the world in publications including Toronto Life, The New York Times, The Guardian and on CBC.ca. An essay in Elle earned her an American National Magazine Award nomination. In Canada, she's an NMA winner in the Arts category, and has been nominated several times, including as Best Columnist.
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