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Les Perreaux

Les Perreaux

Les Perreaux

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Les Perreaux joined the Montreal bureau of the Globe and Mail in 2008. He previously worked for the Canadian Press covering national and international affairs, including federal and Quebec politics and the war in Afghanistan. He started out in the 1990s on the Prairies, where he was born and raised, working for the Saskatoon StarPhoenix and as a correspondent for the National Post.

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