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Paul Attfield is a reporter at The Globe and Mail. Born in England and raised both there and in France, Paul is now a dual citizen of Canada and the United Kingdom. He has called Toronto home since moving there from London in 2005.

Working in The Globe’s sports department since 2006, Paul started out covering predominantly soccer and rugby. In recent years, he has become more of a general assignment reporter, writing about pretty much anything involving a bat, ball, or puck.

Why did you become a journalist?

Because pro sports was always a little out of my league.


Bachelor of Journalism, City, University of London

Languages spoken

English; some French and Portuguese (Brazilian)

Paul Attfield abides by The Globe and Mail Editorial Code of Conduct

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