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Salmaan Farooqui

Staff
Reporter
Toronto
Salmaan is a reporter based in Toronto for the Globe and Mail's Report on Business. He's previously reported for the BBC, Canadian Press, Toronto Star and the Calgary Herald. When he's not working, Salmaan likes to spend his time snowboarding, rock climbing and mountain biking.

Years in Journalism

5

Education

Ryerson University, Journalism 2018

Languages Spoken

English, Urdu

Latest articles
Co-ownership on the rise as buyers look to enter expensive housing markets
Pain threshold: U.S. demand for ‘de minimis’ limit worries Canadian retailers Subscriber content
Canadian entrepreneur begins ride-hailing venture in the Democratic Republic of the Congo Subscriber content
Canadian cities look to get in on Uber’s plan to take bike-share service global Subscriber content
Canada’s economy would be hurt the most if NAFTA is fully revoked, report by major central banks says Subscriber content
Chances of Bank of Canada interest-rate hike grow as inflation reaches seven-year high Subscriber content
Thousands of Canadians have vacation plans cancelled after tour operator Sinorama ceases operations Subscriber content
Sidewalk Labs reveals latest plans for Toronto ‘smart city’ development
Renovation nightmare: Lack of quality contractors leaves Toronto homeowners in a bind
The Well condo-office complex to bring a different kind of cooling to Toronto real estate Subscriber content
Streetwise
SNC-Lavalin eyes selling some of its stake in Highway 407 toll road in Ontario Subscriber content
ENERGY
Conservatives, critics slam Liberals' carbon-plan reductions Subscriber content
Niagara Region philanthropist dies in Maine plane crash along with wife and daughter
Amazon Inc. unveils plans for fourth warehouse in Greater Toronto Area Subscriber content
U.S. franchisees sue Tim Hortons parent over alleged price gouging, equity theft
Inflation at six-year high boosts case for rate hike Subscriber content
U.S. to investigate Canadian uranium imports, citing national-security concerns Subscriber content
Canadian exporters in a buoyant mood despite rocky trade climate
Michelin to acquire Quebec off-road tire maker Camso for US$1.45-billion
Why Canadians shouldn’t expect gas prices to come down any time soon