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Jameson Berkow
StaffReporterCapital Markets ReporterToronto

Area of Expertise

Financial regulation, energy policy, international trade

Jameson Berkow is the capital markets reporter for The Globe and Mail. He joined The Globe in November, 2018, to cover the economic implications of cannabis legalization. He left in early 2020 to start an entrepreneurship magazine and rejoined The Globe in early 2022 to cover financial regulation and governance for Globe Advisor.

With more than a decade of experience in financial journalism, Jameson was most recently the senior reporter for BNN Bloomberg (formerly the Business News Network), where he led live daily coverage of major business news from the television station’s Toronto headquarters. He previously worked as the station’s Western Canada bureau chief based in Calgary, where his reporting on pipeline politics and the 2014 oil price crash was nominated for numerous awards. His series of reports from Fort McMurray, Alberta in 2015 was a finalist for the RTDNA Dave Rogers Award. Prior to his work in television, Jameson was the technology reporter for the Financial Post in Toronto, where he created and hosted the FP Tech Desk podcast and authored the weekly Startup Spotlight profile series.

Jameson got his start in journalism in 2007 as a fact-checker for Toronto Life magazine, where his first byline was for a story about two dogs getting married.


Years in Journalism


Years at The Globe and Mail

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