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Long hours at CTV contribute to Globe’s ‘coup’ of Bob Fife

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After a decade in television, CTV heavyweight and parliamentary bureau chief Bob Fife was ready to move on from TV’s “grueling” hours and return to his print roots. He’s taking over as The Globe and Mail’s parliamentary bureau chief in January after being recruited by editor-in-chief David Walmsley in a move being called a “coup” for the national paper.  “Basically the television hours are very long and quite grueling. I’ve been doing this for a decade and this

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