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Gloria Galloway

Gloria Galloway
Parliamentary reporter
Parliamentary reporter

Gloria Galloway has been a journalist for almost 30 years. She worked at the Windsor Star, the Hamilton Spectator, the National Post, the Canadian Press and a number of small newspapers before being hired by The Globe and Mail as deputy national editor in 2001. Gloria returned to reporting two years later and joined the Ottawa bureau in 2004. She has covered every federal election since 1997 and has done several stints in Afghanistan.

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Afghan translators who worked for Canadian Armed Forces forced into hiding or stranded in Europe
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Report calls on Ottawa to apologize to unwed mothers forced to give up babies after Second World War
The Peace Tower and a Canadian flag are seen on Parliament Hill in Ottawa.
Court cancels mining permit after Ontario failed to adequately consult First Nation community
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Vatican opens door to apology for Catholic Church’s role in residential schools
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Facebook launches Inuktut translation option to ease access for Inuit users
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Residential-school survivors’ claims must be reviewed, B.C. court rules
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