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Area of Expertise

Telecom industry, cryptocurrencies, Access to Information requests
Alexandra Posadzki covers the telecom industry for the Report on Business. She joined the ROB in August 2017, after spending about three years covering banking and real estate for the Canadian Press. She has a Master of Journalism degree from Ryerson University, an honours B.A. in psychology and literature from York University and has completed the Canadian Securities Course. She previously worked at the Toronto Star, Business News Network, Global News and The Globe's B.C. bureau. Her passion lies in using investigative techniques, including Access to Information requests, to produce enterprise journalism that looks beyond the surface of daily news. She has reported considerably on Canada's burgeoning cryptocurrency industry, including co-writing a series of investigative features on the collapse of Canada's once-largest cryptocurrency exchange, QuadrigaCX.
12

Years in Journalism

5

Years at The Globe and Mail

Education

Ryerson University, Master of Journalism, 2013

York University, Honours B.A. in psychology and English literature, 2010

Canadian Securities Course, 2015

Honours & Awards

Gold, Beat reporting category, SABEW Canada's 8th Annual Best in Business Awards, 2021 (Telecom)

Gold, Scoop category, SABEW Canada's 8th Annual Best in Business Awards, 2021 ("Rogers")

Silver, Breaking news category, SABEW Canada's 8th Annual Best in Business Awards, 2021 ("Rogers Strikes Deal to Buy Shaw in a Deal that Would Transform Canada’s telecom Sector")

Silver, Investigative category, SABEW Canada's 6th Annual Best in Business Awards, 2019 ("How did Gerald Cotten die?")

Honorable mention, Feature (long-form) category, SABEW Canada's 6th Annual Best in Business Awards, 2019 ("Crypto chaos")

Winner, Breaking news category, SABEW Canada’s 4th Annual Best in Business Awards, 2017

Languages spoken

English, Polish

Alexandra Posadzki abides by The Globe and Mail Editorial Code of Conduct

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