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Josh O’Kane

Josh O’Kane
Staff
Technology Reporter
Toronto, Canada

Josh O’Kane covers technology and innovation for The Globe and Mail's Report on Business. Since joining in 2011, he has told stories from New Brunswick to Nairobi. In his spare time, he writes about music and the business behind it.

His 2016 book, Nowhere With You, examines the music and career of Joel Plaskett through the lens of leaving and staying in Canada's Maritime provinces. It is a national bestseller.

Josh has degrees in chemistry, psychology and journalism, and has previously written for the Saint John Telegraph-Journal, Here Magazine, Exclaim! Magazine, OpenFile.ca, the Canadian University Press and the Toronto Star.

Years in Journalism

12

Years at The Globe and Mail

7

Education

Ryerson University, Master of Journalism

University of New Brunswick, Bachelor of Science, Chemistry

University of New Brunswick, Bachelor of Arts, Psychology

Canadian Securities Course

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