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Brent Jang

Brent Jang

Brent Jang

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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 a Michener Award team nomination.

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