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Bill Curry

Bill Curry
Parliamentary Correspondent
Ottawa, Canada

Area of Expertise

Finance, infrastructure, federal politics and how Parliament works
Bill Curry is a reporter in the Globe and Mail's Parliament Hill bureau. Bill focuses on finance and economics, including coverage of federal budgets and government spending. Recently, Bill played a lead role in the Globe's coverage of federal changes to small business tax rules. He joined the Parliamentary Press Gallery in 1999 as a student freelancer and was later hired by The Hill Times, where he learned how to break exclusive stories. He then worked for the National Post and the Canwest News Service prior to joining the Globe in 2005.

Years in Journalism

18

Years at The Globe and Mail

13

Education

Carleton University, Bachelor of Journalism, 2000

Languages Spoken

English, French

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