Area of ExpertisePolitics, business, crime, regulation
Greg McArthur is a member of The Globe and Mail's investigative team. He has been a reporter with The Globe since 2005.
Greg has probed a wide variety of topics, including police malfeasance, corruption and international corporate bribery. He has 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 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.
Years at The Globe and Mail
Honours & Awards
National Newspaper Award, 2006
National Newspaper Award, 2014