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Brent Jang

Brent Jang is a business reporter in The Globe and Mail’s Vancouver bureau. He joined the Globe in 1995. His former positions include transportation reporter in Toronto, energy correspondent in Calgary and Western columnist for Report on Business. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Alberta, where he served as Editor-in-Chief of The Gateway student newspaper. Mr. Jang has received several journalism honours, including two National Newspaper Awards, a National Magazine Award nomination and two Michener Award team nominations.

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Haisla Nation backs TransCanada’s natural gas pipeline Subscriber content
Canada loses ground in its fight against foreign bribery, report says Subscriber content
For The Globe and Mail
U.S. Commerce Department rejects tariff exemption for Canadian shingle makers Subscriber content
Vancouver housing sales hit six-year low in August
Federal government to sell Ridley coal terminal, with First Nations touted as potential part owners Subscriber content
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Vancouver housing sales slide to 18-year low Subscriber content
U.S. trims tariffs for most Canadian newsprint producers
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Newsprint-tariffs ruling key in Canada-U.S. trade war Subscriber content
LNG Canada in B.C. to hire mainly Canadian workers for $40-billion project construction
U.S. newsprint producer urges trade commission to uphold tariffs Subscriber content
Vancouver’s detached-home market hits a rough patch Subscriber content
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Vancouver housing sales drop as prices flatline
Illinois Congress members blast U.S. tariffs on Canadian newsprint Subscriber content
COC approves Calgary’s plans for 2026 Winter Olympics bid
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Cedar shakes and shingles makers cut output, shut down mills over U.S. tariffs Subscriber content