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Veteran journalists Barrie McKenna, left, Stephanie Nolen, centre, and Gloria Galloway, right, have all confirmed they have accepted voluntary buyout packages from The Globe and Mail Photographs courtesy of Twitter
The Globe and Mail is losing decades of combined editorial experience, as multiple veteran journalists have confirmed they are accepting voluntary buyouts from Canada’s national newspaper.
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