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Audrey Carleton

Audrey recently graduated from McGill University with a joint honours degree in sociology and environment and a minor in communications. She previously worked as a managing editor at the McGill Tribune, where she ran its Facebook page and boosted its online performance. She also worked as a freelance writer throughout her university career and has bylines in JSource and Eater Montreal. She has equal parts passion for culture, news and data journalism, and has reported on McGill’s treatment of sexual assault survivors, on the state of McGill’s underfunded advising services and on the demographic makeup of campus newsrooms across Canada.
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Why reading memoirs by female comedians feels empowering
Evening Update: Porter joins Aeroplan fray as Aimia rejects Air Canada’s hostile bid; Toronto receives $11-million from feds to deal with spike in asylum seekers
Evening Update: Vancouver moves to expropriate Sahota buildings; Zimbabwe’s first post-Mugabe election
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Morning Update: Three dead, including shooter, 12 injured in Toronto mass shooting
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Morning Update: Cannabis producers oppose plans for federal levy on revenues
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Morning Update: Doug Ford used legislative threat to oust Hydro One CEO, board
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Morning Update: Vatican opens door to apology for Catholic Church’s role in residential schools
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Morning Update: Health Canada to increase oversight of opioid marketing
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Morning Update: Trump nominates Brett Kavanaugh for U.S. Supreme Court
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Morning Update: Ontario withdraws support for asylum seekers; Montreal heat-wave death toll reaches 33
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Morning Update: Toll of gun-related deaths in Toronto reaches 25
Families of Capital Gazette casualties speak of the victims’ love of journalism
Amplify: Facebook’s content moderation practices are failing its users, and it’s time it stops
Evening Update: Trump defends separating families, B.C. millionaires revolt, Morneau didn’t break law
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