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Maureen Brosnahan

Maureen Brosnahan

Maureen is a veteran National Reporter with CBC Radio. She is assigned to the joint Radio/TV Investigative Unit as a Reporter/Producer.

Maureen has won numerous awards for her work at CBC covering health and social policy issues. These include three International Gabriel Awards, the B'nai Brith Human Rights Award, the Canadian Association of Journalists Award for Investigative Reporting and several awards from the New York World Festivals.

Maureen began her journalism career at the Winnipeg Tribune and later moved to the Saskatoon Star Phoenix and then the Winnipeg Free Press, where she covered aboriginal affairs, health and social issues and the legislature.

She was also Manitoba correspondent for Macleans magazine for three years and has written extensively for other publications in Canada and abroad.

Maureen joined CBC in Winnipeg, where she worked as a producer for three years in Current Affairs. She was appointed National Reporter in 1991 and has since been the correspondent for National Radio News in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Newfoundland and Labrador. She is now based in Toronto.

Maureen studied at St. Michael's College at the University of Toronto where she obtained an Honours BA with Distinction. She completed her Masters in Journalism at the University of Western Ontario where she was awarded the Gold Medal.

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