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Micah Toub
ContributorContent EditorToronto, Canada

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Micah Toub is a features editor at the Globe and Mail, handling longform stories across all sections of the paper. He’s worked as an editor and writer in magazines and newspapers for more than 20 years. Previously Deputy Editor of the Globe’s weekend Toronto section and Friday arts pullout, he also wrote a column for the paper about relationships and the shifting gender dynamics of the 21st century. Prior to that, he wrote a regular advice column for families in conflict.

Over the course of his career, Micah has contributed stories and columns on a wide range of topics that include psychology, parenting, social issues, spirituality, arts, books, design, business and technology. He won a National Magazine Award for personal journalism for his feature about being raised by two psychologists. That piece inspired his memoir, Growing Up Jung: Coming of Age as the Son of Two Shrinks.

Why did you become a journalist?

My career in journalism has always been driven by my desire to bring important topics to light by combining meticulous research and compelling human stories.


Years in Journalism


Bachelor of Arts, English Language and Literature/Letters, McGill University

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