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Gloria Galloway

Gloria Galloway
Staff 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.

Latest articles
Canadian freed after being jailed in U.S. over decades-old marijuana conviction
Former military captain detained for months in U.S. on decades-old marijuana charge in Canada
Donald Macdonald, former finance minister who recommended free trade with U.S., dead at age 86
Vast region of Northwest Territories declared an Indigenous Protected Area
No obligation for Indigenous consultation during federal law-making, Supreme Court says
Kashechewan First Nation sues Toronto architect and associates to recoup $11-million earmarked for flood rebuilding
Review: Diana Ross’s spectacular NAC Gala show brings back memories of a sparkling era
Veterans association calls Pension for Life program a ‘betrayal’ of community
Library of Parliament analysis sides with veteran in pension spat with Veterans Minister Seamus O’Regan
The war veteran and the pension plan that set off Minister Seamus O’Regan’s counterattack
Veterans Affairs drops health benefits for jailed family members
Deaths of 12 at-risk youth show urgent need to fix Ontario’s child-welfare system, coroner’s panel says
For The Globe and Mail
Ottawa crawls out from under the debris of tornadoes that destroyed homes, left tens of thousands without power
Ottawa moves forward with historic plans for Métis self-government
For The Globe and Mail
Ottawa spent more than $2.3-million fighting claims by survivors of most notorious residential school
MP Erin Weir wants review of investigation that led to expulsion from NDP caucus
Environmental groups release results of three-year project that shows how Arctic being altered by climate change
Federal government agrees to pay $100-million for pension clawbacks from disabled veterans
Francophone veterans face longer wait times for benefits approvals, study finds
Federal government to declare new statutory holiday to mark painful residential-school legacy