National Health Reporter at the Globe and Mail
Carly Weeks has been a national health reporter with the Globe and Mail for 12 years and has established a reputation as a fearless journalist who routinely shines a spotlight on important issues. She has broken a number of major national news stories, being the first to report on anti-vaccine billboards being placed in the Greater Toronto Area and a campaign led by a firearm lobby group to discredit a trauma surgeon calling for stricter gun laws in Canada. Weeks has won several awards for her coverage.
When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?
A journalist at The Globe and Mail (seriously!)
What motivates you to do what you do?
What motivates me is knowing that the stories we write can make a difference in peoples’ lives and help them.
What are you looking forward to most about the Partnership Conference?
I am looking forward to having the chance to meet and listen to people who are helping to improve our health system.
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