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Area of Expertise

Feature editing, travel editing, writing.
Catherine Dawson March works as an editor at The Globe. Currently, she edits the First Person and Lives Lived columns, and has been editing and writing travel stories since 2010 when she joined the Travel section. As a feature writer, she looks for mystery and adventure on her travels and can separate the spin from the real story of a destination. As a reporter and editor, she looks into what a destination is doing differently and gets that story out to Globe and Mail readers.

Why did you become a journalist?

Bringing a journalist's trained eye to the beat of travel writing is essential to cut through the gloss of oversaturated images and PR spin.


Years in Journalism


Years at The Globe and Mail


Bachelor of Journalism, Toronto Metropolitan University

Honours & Awards

2016 National Newspaper Award Project of the Year team winner (editing); also worked on Long Feature winning story, which ran in The Globe and Mail

Catherine Dawson March abides by The Globe and Mail Editorial Code of Conduct

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