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Greg McArthur

Area of Expertise

Politics, business, crime, regulation

Greg has been a reporter with The Globe since 2005. He has probed a wide variety of topics, including police malfeasance, corruption and international corporate bribery. He was written extensively about the Airbus affair, the turbulent mayoralty of the late Rob Ford, as well as organized crime. His reporting has been recognized by all of the major journalism awards in Canada: he has won two National Newspaper Awards, several National Magazine Awards and the top prize awarded by the Canadian Association of Journalists. He lives in Toronto with his wife and two children.

Latest articles
Contractor woes stall Ontario public projects
Suspected Toronto shooter struggled with ‘severe’ mental illness, family says
Toronto gun violence: Two dead in the span of about 24 hours
Renata Ford’s lawsuit claims ‘are false and without merit,’ Doug Ford says
Wynne says she ‘doesn’t recall’ being told about accusations against minister
Public money, private influence: How some of our vital public institutions are vulnerable Subscriber content
After 10 months of frustration, new Gardiner Expressway exit ramp finally open in Toronto
The Globe and Mail
Personal marijuana grow-ops emerging as targets for organized crime, Globe investigation finds Subscriber content
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How the Mob controls marijuana and why it is impossible to expel them Subscriber content
Milton, Ont., mother of two among those killed in Istanbul attack
Ottawa officer charged after online remarks about death of Inuit artist
Canadian laboratories step up to offer pot-safety testing
The Globe and Mail
St. Joseph’s hospital contracts went to firms with personal ties to executives: audit
The Globe and Mail
Ontario hospital executive dismissed over ethics breach, documents say
The Globe and Mail
Globe Investigation: Marijuana edibles tests reveal misleading claims
Restrictions on pot-safety testing put public at risk, scientists warn
Globe Investigation: What’s in your weed? We tested dispensary marijuana to find out
One of two escaped capybaras from Toronto's High Park Zoo captured
Orlando shooting
Orlando gunman was licensed as a security guard and to carry a firearm
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