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Andrea Woo is a reporter for The Globe and Mail. Her work focuses largely on substance use, mental health and drug policy, as well as health issues more broadly. Before joining The Globe, Andrea reported for The Vancouver Sun and various music publications.
18

Years in Journalism

9

Years at The Globe and Mail

Honours & Awards

2019 National Newspaper Awards - Breaking News (for coverage of the sudden end to a weeks-long search for two teenagers suspected of killing three individuals in B.C.)

2017 CAJ award - Open Media category (Canada's Fentanyl Crisis)

2017 Jack Webster Award - Best Breaking News Reporting - Print (Cheque Day)

2016 Jack Webster Award - Excellence in Digital Journalism (Fentanyl's Deadly Path)

2012 Jack Webster Award - Best Reporting of the Year - Print (YVR Plane Crash series)

2012 Jack Webster Award for Excellence in Multimedia Journalism (The Gastown Project)

2003 Jack Webster Award for Student Journalism

Languages spoken

English, Cantonese

Andrea Woo abides by The Globe and Mail Editorial Code of Conduct

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