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Bill Curry
StaffDeputy Bureau ChiefDeputy Ottawa Bureau ChiefOttawa, Canada

Area of Expertise

Finance, infrastructure, federal politics and how Parliament works

Bill Curry is The Globe and Mail’s Deputy Ottawa Bureau Chief. He has over two decades of experience covering Parliament Hill and reports on a wide range of issues, with a focus on finance and economics. He won the 2020 National Newspaper Award for political journalism as part of a team of reporters that covered the Liberal government’s since-cancelled contract with the WE organization to run a student grant program. He was also a 2019 NNA finalist in the politics category as part of a team that reported on how private entities exploit election spending laws.

In 2021, he won a Canada Best in Business Award from the Association of Business Journalists for short feature writing with Globe colleague David Milstead. The award recognized their in-depth investigation into controversial fracking operations in Colorado owned by the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board.

Prior to joining the Globe in 2005, he covered federal politics for the National Post, the Canwest News Service and the Hill Times.


Years in Journalism


Years at The Globe and Mail


Carleton University, Bachelor of Journalism, 2000

Honours & Awards

National Newspaper Award, politics, 2022

National Newspaper Award, politics, 2020

Association of Business Journalists Canada Best in Business Award, short feature writing, 2020

Languages spoken

English, French

Bill Curry abides by The Globe and Mail Editorial Code of Conduct

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