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Carrie Tait
StaffReporter in The Globe and Mail's Calgary bureauCalgary

Area of Expertise

Breaking news, politics, energy, Indigenous issues

Carrie Tait joined The Globe's Calgary bureau in January, 2011. Previously, she spent six years working for the National Post in both Calgary and Toronto. She has a master’s degree in journalism from the University of Western Ontario and a bachelor’s degree in political studies from the University of Saskatchewan.

Why did you become a journalist?

To tell other people's stories

17

Years in Journalism

10

Years at The Globe and Mail

Education

Western University, Master of Arts in Journalism, 2004

University of Saskatchewan, Political Studies, 2002

Honours & Awards

Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, 2010-2011

Terry Fox Humanitarian Award, 1997-2000

Languages spoken

English

Carrie Tait abides by The Globe and Mail Editorial Code of Conduct

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