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Christine Dobby

Christine Dobby
Staff
Staff Reporter
Corporate law reporter
Toronto

Christine Dobby covers corporate law for Report on Business at The Globe and Mail. She previously covered the Canadian telecom industry. Before joining the Globe in 2014, she reported for the Financial Post for three years, where she variously covered telecom, media, startups and tech. She completed internships at the Toronto Star (in the radio room, AKA "the box") and at the New Brunswick Telegraph-Journal in Saint John. Before journalism, Christine attended law school, articled at the Superior Court of Justice in Toronto and practised divorce law.

Years in Journalism

9

Years at The Globe and Mail

5

Education

Ryerson University, Master of Journalism, 2011

Osgoode Hall Law School, LLB, 2006

McGill University, BA, History, 2003

Honours & Awards

Winner (with co-authors Sean Silcoff, Robert Fife and Steven Chase) in the politics category, 2019, National Newspaper Awards

Winner in the profile category, Best in Business Canada awards, 2019, Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing

Winner in the beat reporting category, Best in Business Canada awards, 2018, Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing

Winner (with co-author James Bradshaw) in the profile category, Best in Business Canada awards, 2017, Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing

Nominee in the profile category, 2019, National Magazine Awards

Languages Spoken

English (and bad French)

Christine Dobby abides by The Globe and Mail Editorial Code of Conduct
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