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Anne McIlroy

Anne McIlroy

Anne McIlroy has been a journalist for more than 25 years. She joined the Globe in 1996, and has been the science reporter as well as the parliamentary bureau chief. She studied journalism at Carleton University in Ottawa.

Latest articles
Property Report
Cirque du Soleil brings its poetry to its neighbourhood
for The Globe and Mail
The XX Factor: Women in Science
Looking worldwide for the women Canada needs
Social Entrepreneurs
Starting a company while coping with mental illness
Rise Asset Development
Budgeting
Mark 2012 as the year it became trendy to be frugal
For The Globe and Mail
Social Entrepreneurs
You’ve got three minutes to sell your idea to save the world
FOR THE GLOBE AND MAIL
Social Entrepreneurs
Investing in the people others ignore
FOR THE GLOBE AND MAIL
INTERVIEW
You don’t understand quantum physics? Neil Turok will help you
The Globe and Mail
Social Entrepreneurs
When the kids call, this exec makes time for them
The Globe and Mail
Social Entrepreneurs
Green power exec went from ‘kind of oblivious’ to socially conscious
For The Globe and Mail
Canada ranked fourth in the world for scientific research
Housing
Home, sweet home gives hope to mentally ill
The Globe and Mail
Foreign relations
Split with Iran stokes diaspora’s fear, draws Israel’s praise
RCMP Commissioner apologizes, pledges to pay for using on-duty officers at wedding
New chief of defence staff Lt.-Gen. Lawson a champion of F-35 jets
THE CANADIAN PRESS
Canada’s first national smog strategy is in the air
‘Parks Canada is being gutted,’ former deputy minister warns
THE CANADIAN PRESS
New research network boosts effort to treat depression
For The Globe and Mail
Politics
Senator probes declining drug trials in Canada
GLOBE AND MAIL
Nicole Eaton: The philanthropist who rattles charities
Senator Nicole Eaton, shown outside Parliament's East Block on May 31, 2012, plays a leading role in the Conservative government's crackdown on political advocacy by registered charities.
Parks Canada
A decades-long journey to protect the natural jewel of the GTA
The high rise condos and apartment buildings near Kennedy Rd are seen in the distance beyond the forests of Rouge Park which is slated to become a national park.