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Gillian Livingston

Gillian Livingston
Assistant Editor, Globe Investor

Gillian Livingston started her journalism career at The Gazette at Western University. She's worked for The Financial Post, Dow Jones Newswires and The Canadian Press as a reporter for news, business, markets and Ontario politics. She joined The Globe and Mail as a copy editor with the Report on Business in November, 2007, and was Careers Editor from 2013 to 2015, where she worked with Bill Howatt to launch the Your Life at Work Survey. She is currently the Deputy Editor of Globe Investor.

 





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