A newspaper veteran from Northumberland in England’s northeast, Phillip Crawley worked at The Times Supplements and the Daily Telegraph in London, the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong and the New Zealand Herald before arriving in Canada in 1998. After a nearly six-decade career in journalism, including 25 years as CEO and publisher of The Globe and Mail, Crawley retired in Aug 2023 leaving the newspaper in a place where reporters and editors feel empowered to “enable intelligent discussion” and hold government to account.
Phillip will be discussing how bad business decisions undermine good journalism. And how that has led to a lack of trust in the media.
The reception at the RCMI begins at 6:00 pm March 26th[rsvp-pro-pluginhere-69]