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Ingrid Peritz

Ingrid Peritz

Ingrid Peritz has been a Montreal-based correspondent for The Globe and Mail since 1998. Her reporting on the plight of Canadians suffering from the damaging effects of the drug thalidomide helped victims obtain federal compensation and earned The Globe and Mail a National Newspaper Award, Canadian Journalism Foundation award, and the Michener Award for public service. The work also received the Judith-Jasmin special projects prize from the Fédération professionnelle des journalistes du Québec. Ingrid’s previous work received two NNA nominations.

 

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