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Renata D’Aliesio

Renata D’Aliesio
National news reporter

Renata joined The Globe and Mail's Toronto newsroom in March of 2011. Raised in the Greater Toronto Area, Renata spent nine years reporting in Alberta for the Calgary Herald and the Edmonton Journal, covering crime, environment and political affairs. She was part of a team that received a National Newspaper Award for its coverage of the slaying of four RCMP officers in Mayerthorpe, Alta. She also co-wrote an investigative series on workplace deaths that was nominated for a Michener Award for meritorious public service journalism.

Renata studied journalism at Ryerson University in Toronto, returning to school to finish her bachelor’s degree in 2014. She travels to Alberta regularly, spending time at her old coal miner’s house in the mountains west of the Cowboy Trail.

Latest articles
Controversial venture capitalist loses B.C. Supreme Court bid to avoid securities fines
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The brain broker: How a B.C. businessman bluffed his way into the world of neuroscience
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Review by Toronto board calls for cancellation of police-in-schools program
For The Globe and Mail
Toronto police find one of three missing Chinese students believed targeted in ransom scam
For The Globe and Mail
For two families of soldiers who died by suicide, the battle for recognition is over
Courtesy of Canadian Armed Forces
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The Globe and Mail
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The Canadian Press
Prince Harry shares tough journey veterans face to compete in Invictus Games
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The Globe and Mail
Veterans Affairs Minister won't comment on possible probe into veteran’s triple murder-suicide
The Globe and Mail
Missing, murdered Indigenous women inquiry to ask for more time