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Nancy Macdonald

National Reporter
Vancouver, Canada

Area of Expertise

British Columbia, Politics, Indigenous Issues, Hockey

Nancy Macdonald is a national reporter for The Globe and Mail, based in Vancouver, Canada. She joined The Globe after 12 years at Maclean’s magazine, where she has covered everything from British Columbia and federal politics to indigenous issues to women’s hockey — a sport she once played semi-professionally.

She has won a CAJ Award for “The Great Escape,” on the Fort McMurray wildfire, an NMA for “This is How I’m Going to Die,” on the sinking of the Leviathan II off Tofino, and a Canadian Magazine Award for “Justice is Not Blind,” on race and the Canadian justice system. She was also a finalist for the CJF’s Jackman Award for Excellence in Journalism.

Years at The Globe and Mail


Honours & Awards

CAJ Award for "The Great Escape"

National Magazine Award for “This is How I’m Going to Die"

Canadian Magazine Award for “Justice is Not Blind"

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