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Clare O’Hara

Clare O’Hara
Staff
Globe Investor Reporter

Clare O’Hara is a business reporter at The Globe and Mail. Prior to that, Clare was a staff writer at Investment Executive, a national newspaper for financial service industry professionals.  She has an undergraduate degree in media information from University of Western Ontario and a journalism degree from the University of King’s College in Halifax.

Years in Journalism

13

Years at The Globe and Mail

3

Education

Bachelor of Journalism from University of King's College

Bachelor of Arts in Media from University of Western Ontario

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