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Stefanie reports on banking at the The Globe and Mail.

Previously, she covered equities at Bloomberg News and banks and fintech at the Financial Post. Before her stints in other newsrooms, Stefanie reported for the The Globe and Mail's Report on Business, the Alberta Bureau in Calgary, and the national and investigative desks. She has explored workplace outbreaks and labour issues during the Covid-19 pandemic, Canada’s rapidly growing beer industry and the effect of dwindling sales and increasing competition on Canada’s craft breweries and titans Molson and AB InBev, the surging global demand for Canada's durum wheat during the pandemic, and everything from exchange traded funds (ETFs) and burgeoning tech entrepreneurs to agricultural fairs and school pandemic plans. Stefanie has also reported on breaking news at the Toronto Star, and scrummed on the hill at CBC’s parliamentary bureau while chase producing for CBC’s Power & Politics.

Before returning to her roots in journalism, Stefanie spent half a decade working on the "dark side" in public relations on Bay Street and at Queen's Park.

8

Years in Journalism

3

Years at The Globe and Mail

Education

Ryerson University, Master of Journalism

University of Toronto, HBA, Political Science and Communications

Honours & Awards

The CJF-Globe and Mail Investigative Journalism Fellowship, 2020

Winner (Team) — Canadian Association of Journalists Data Journalism Award for the Tainted Water investigation, 2020

RTDNA BNN Bloomberg Award, 2019

Seymour Schulich Award in Financial Journalism, 2017

Languages spoken

English, Italian, French

Stefanie Marotta abides by The Globe and Mail Editorial Code of Conduct

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