Globe and Mail to Analyze Recent Exits, Improve Gender Opportunities in Newsroom
Globe and Mail to Analyze Recent Exits, Improve Gender Opportunities in Newsroom
"There is much to do," says EIC Walmsley

In the wake of CANADALAND’s report on the rapid departure of several female editors from The Globe and Mail, Editor-in-Chief David Walmsley last week issued an internal staff memo.

The memo, titled “newsroom culture at The Globe” recognizes a need for management to “double down to make The Globe a place where people want to stay in the long-term, particularly women.”

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