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David Ebner

David Ebner
National correspondent, Vancouver bureau

David Ebner is a national correspondent based in Vancouver. He joined The Globe and Mail in 2000 and worked in Toronto and Calgary before moving to Vancouver in 2008. He has reported on a wide range of stories – business, sports, politics, arts, crime – and has been a business feature writer for Western Canada since late 2017. He was a finalist for a National Newspaper Award in sports in 2013. He was born in Ottawa, grew up in Calgary, and graduated from Carleton University in Ottawa.

Years in Journalism

21

Years at The Globe and Mail

18
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