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Paul Waldie

Paul Waldie
Staff Correspondent
Europe correspondent
London

Paul Waldie has been an award-winning journalist with The Globe and Mail for more than 10 years. He has won three National Newspaper Awards for business coverage and been nominated for a Michener Award for meritorious public service journalism. He has also won a Sports Media Canada award for sports writing and authored a best-selling biography of the McCain family. Waldie is a former national editor of the National Post and he has worked at newspapers in Vancouver, Winnipeg and Montreal.

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