Globe and Mail veteran reporter Daniel Leblanc split his time last week between digging into the government’s $343-billion deficit and announcing his resignation from the paper at which he spent more than two decades. “The news is trickling out… After nearly 22 years, I have resigned from the Globe and Mail. It was a pleasure, an honour and a great source of pride. My best work was always teamwork and I leave behind fantastic journalists, but the friendships are intact,” tweeted Mr. Leblanc on July 8, just hours before the government unveiled its deficit figures.
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