Gierasimczuk, currently vice-president of editorial and business development at Canada Wide Media, will start his new role on Oct. 1.
In his latest column, The Unknowable Country columnist Sean Holman highlights why Canadians need more awareness of just how much is being hidden from them, and spotlighting examples of government secrecy with the hashtag #cdnfoi.
Right to Know Day advocates that freedom of information is essential to democracy and good governance.
Blatchford, who currently works in the Montreal bureau of The Canadian Press, will start his new role in Ottawa on Oct. 6.
A new report takes the B.C. government to task, noting in particular an increase in delays in how long it is taking the government to respond to requests once they are received.
A reader wrote to us this week confused about the star rating system used in The Globe and Mail.
A recent cover story in Canada’s History showcases 17 first-hand accounts of “what it’s like” to be in that moment.
Van Praet, currently the Montreal business correspondent for the National Post, will join The Globe and Mail in October.
Hertz, currently the manager of editorial production at Maclean’s, will take over the role from Benjamin Errett, now the Post’s director of strategy.
Emma Graney, the newspaper’s education reporter, will cover the Saskatchewan legislature while Austin Davis becomes the Leader-Post’s new education reporter.