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Matthew McClearn

Staff
data journalist
Toronto
Matthew McClearn is a data journalist with the Globe's Enterprise team.

Years in Journalism

23

Years at The Globe and Mail

3

professional affliations

Investigative Reporters & Editors (IRE)

Latest articles
ROB Magazine
Ammonopoly: General Dynamics’ sweet deal to supply Canada’s ammunition
Sea Change
For Port of Vancouver, underestimating Pacific sea-level rises could come at a high price
Ontario Liberals substantially understated deficits, province’s Auditor-General warns
THE CANADIAN PRESS
Bad books: How Ontario’s new hydro accounting could cost taxpayers billions
Sea Change
In Tuktoyaktuk, residents take a stand on shaky ground against the Beaufort Sea’s advance
Sea Change
Will Sackville’s dikes finally fall? Rising seas could ruin land Acadians turned from marshes to farms
Auditor-General blasts ‘bogus’ hydro accounting strategies in Ontario
Sea Change
Short on options, Îles-de-la-Madeleine residents make a strategic retreat from rising seas
EXPLAINER
Rising seas and climate change: Everything you need to know
THE GLOBE AND MAIL
Sea Change
Halifax’s battle of the rising sea: Will the city be ready for future floods and storms?
Sea Change
Rising seas and climate change: Everything you need to know
INVESTIGATION
The RCMP’s thin red line: Is contract policing unsustainable?
THE GLOBE AND MAIL
FIRST NATIONS ISSUES
Ottawa may be neglecting its best bet for ending drinking-water advisories: training operators
The Globe and Mail
THE NORTH
Nunavut’s mysterious island: Retracing the living history of a barren Arctic shelter
THE GLOBE AND MAIL
REAL ESTATE
Investigation: Inside the flipping frenzy at a Toronto condo building Subscriber content
IMMIGRATION
Why are so many Hungarians deported? A look at Canada’s ‘Unwelcome Index’
AFP/GETTY IMAGES
The trouble behind Canada’s failed First Nations water plants
The Canadian Press
Unsafe to drink: Water treatments fail on Canadian reserves, Globe review finds
The Globe and Mail