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Kate Malloy

Editor

Kate Malloy is the veteran editor of The Hill Times. Under her editorial leadership for nearly three decades, The Hill Times has become an award-winning newspaper that blazes trails and breaks exclusive stories in federal politics every week. An Ottawa native and a Carleton University journalism school graduate, Malloy got her first reporting job in 1988 at The Yellowknifer in Yellowknife, N.W.T. She returned to Ottawa a year later and started at The Hill Times in 1989, shortly before the first issue rolled off the presses on Oct. 5, 1989. From a one-person print newsroom, to today’s online and print newsroom of 13, Malloy leads our niche reporting team. She has a good nose for news, but still overuses the word “juicy” in the newsroom.

kmalloy@hilltimes.com

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Charelle Evelyn

Managing Editor

Forged from a single block of sarcasm, Charelle has been making a go of this journalism game since wrangling a bachelor of journalism from Carleton University in 2008. After a couple of years at Ottawa newspapers, she struck out west in 2011 for parts unknown before returning to the National Capital Region in February 2016 for a position with The Wire Report. Always up for an adventure, Charelle has done a range of unusual things for stories, including jumping into a frozen lake, auditioning for Canadian Idol, going speed-dating at an amusement park, and travelling to Disney World and back in one day.

cevelyn@hilltimes.com

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Peter Mazereeuw

Deputy Editor

Peter has covered politics, legislation, the Senate, international trade, foreign affairs and lobbying for The Hill Times and its sister publications since 2012. Peter was born and raised in Newmarket, Ont., and moved to Ottawa to study journalism at Carleton University. He now lives in Barrhaven with his wife and two children. He is a cancer survivor, a basketball nerd, and a habitual creator of to-do lists.

pmazereeuw@hilltimes.com

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Laura Ryckewaert

Deputy Editor

Laura has been with The Hill Times since 2011. Raised in Toronto, she interned at the paper while completing a bachelor degree in journalism at Carleton University, and was hired on full-time shortly after graduating. When she’s not at work, Laura enjoys immersing herself in fiction and exploring the outdoors.

lryckewaert@hilltimes.com

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Beatrice Paez

Digital Editor

Beatrice covers Ottawa’s lobbying scene and helps manage The Hill Times‘ profile online. Her first stint as a journalist was following the UN beat in New York City, where she wrote about international development and human rights issues. She holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from McGill University. Before joining The Hill Times, she worked as the editor of The Lobby Monitor and as a copy editor in Saint John, N.B., and co-founded an online magazine, The Origami, about Asian Canadians. On the side, she enjoys catching documentaries, checking out new cafes and restaurants and running around neighbourhoods to find street art.

bpaez@hilltimes.com

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Abbas Rana

Assistant Deputy Editor

Abbas reports on the Parliamentary caucuses, nomination contests, party leadership campaigns, Prime Minister’s Office, cabinet, and the Senate. Abbas loves to chat with sources on the record or on a not-for-attribution basis, especially when they have verifiable story tips that could be followed as news stories. Brown envelopes are also always of interest to him. Born and raised in Pakistan, Abbas speaks Punjabi, Urdu, and Hindi. When not chasing politicians down on the Hill, he likes to watch cricket and movies. Email Abbas for news story tips or comments at arana@hilltimes.com or follow him on Twitter @abbas_rana1

arana@hilltimes.com

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Samantha Wright Allen

News Reporter

swallen@hilltimes.com

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Neil Moss

News Reporter

Neil Moss joined The Hill Times as a news reporter in July 2018. He started as a naewsroom intern in the paper, while in the midst of completing his master of journalism degree at Ryerson University. When he was offered the job, Neil jumped at the chance. Neil covers federal politics, foreign policy, and defence. He is a graduate of the University of Ottawa, with a degree in history. He was born in Ottawa and raised in Kingston. When not in the newsroom, Neil enjoys reading a good book or talking about The West Wing.

nmoss@hilltimes.com

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Aidan Chamandy

News Reporter

Aidan Chamandy is a reporter covering federal policy for The Hill Times. A graduate of Carleton University’s School of Journalism, Aidan also minored in history and political science. He loves the Leafs and has already reserved his spot for the eventual and inevitable Stanley Cup parade down Yonge Street.

achamandy@hilltimes.com

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Mike Lapointe

News Reporter

Mike Lapointe joined the The Hill Times in June 2019 and covers the federal public service, deputy ministers, the Privy Council Office, public service unions, the Phoenix pay system, the machinery of government, and the Parliament Hill media. Born and raised in London, Ont., Mike began his journalistic career as a volunteer news reporter at CHRW-FM Radio Western, before heading to Florida as a freelancer to cover state politics and presidential primaries. Following an internship at The Hill Times in the summer of 2013, he headed east to the Telegraph-Journal in Saint John, N.B. Mike enjoys music, podcasts, and old books—and never misses an opportunity for pond hockey in the frigid depths of Ottawa’s winters. Mike has a master’s in political science from Western University and a master’s in journalism from Carleton University.

mlapointe@hilltimes.com

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Palak Mangat

News Reporter

Palak Mangat is an online reporter with The Hill Times. Fresh out of Ryerson’s journalism program, Palak ventured to an area of the country she never thought she’d find herself in—Whitehorse, Yukon. Bit by the reporting bug early (the hoarding of newspapers in her room as a kid should have been an earlier indication of where she was headed), she covered Yukon government news for the Whitehorse Star for just over a year before coming back to her home province. Of Indian descent, she is passionate about diversity and fluent in Punjabi (with a not-so-horrible working knowledge of Hindi and Urdu), and hopes to one day work on investigations. When she’s not working, you’ll find Palak on the pitch trying to relive her glory days as a soccer player.

pmangat@hilltimes.com

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Anja Karadeglija

Editor, The Wire Report

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Anja Karadeglija is the editor of The Wire Report, a Hill Times Publishing daily online news outlet that focuses on the Canadian media and telecom industries. She heads a team of journalists on Parliament Hill who report on key political, tech, regulatory and business developments in the industry, including closely following the CRTC. The Wire Report also specializes in legal and court reporting, including internet, privacy and copyright law.
Anja has degrees in journalism and political science from Carleton University. In addition to English, French and Serbian/Croatian/Bosnian, she is fully fluent in telecom regulatory lingo. She loves a good ATIP.

akarad@thewirereport.ca

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Michael Lee-Murphy

Reporter, The Wire Report

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Michael Lee-Murphy is an Irish-born, Connecticut-raised, Montreal-schooled reporter. He covers telecommunications for The Wire Report and lives in Hull.

mleemurphy@thewirereport.ca

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Adam Langenberg

Reporter, The Wire Report

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Adam Langenberg joined The Wire Report in early 2020. He’s from Australia, where he most recently worked as a political reporter in Adelaide for News Corp.’s daily newspaper, The Advertiser. Before that, he worked as a state political reporter in Hobart, Tasmania, and as a general rounds reporter in Tasmania’s North-West.

alangenberg@thewirereport.ca

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Katie Schultz

Editor, Parliament Now

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As editor of Parliament Now, Katie spends her days trying to simultaneously watch CPAC and listen to the Senate, all while living out her dream of working in politics. She graduated from Carleton University with a bachelors degree in political science, and since then has worked a variety of jobs including teaching ESL in South Korea, and working in the House of Commons. In her spare time, she can be found sewing, being an amateur photographer, hiking, and eating cheese.

kschultz@parliamentnow.ca

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Christina Leadlay

Associate Editor, Parliament Now

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After finishing her Master’s degree in English, Christina Leadlay thought she’s like to write for a magazine or a newspaper. In the 14 years since then, Christina has done both, and more. Today, she is the associate editor of Power & Influence magazine, and associate editor at Parliament Now. Christina is also the managing editor of the community newspaper New Edinburgh News. She often volunteers at Rockcliffe Park Public School, where her son and daughter eat pizza every Friday. Fiercely proud of her hometown, Christina loves Ottawa celebrity watching (i.e. spotting politicians and journalists off the Hill), historical maps, sketch comedy, and watching the city grow and change (for better or worse). She’s a keen follower of the local restaurant scene, loves craft beer, and is a terrible gardener.

cleadlay@parliamentnow.ca

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Tessie Sanci

Editor/Reporter – Hill Times Research and Lobby Monitor

Tessie comes to The Lobby Monitor and Hill Times Research from Toronto. She began writing professionally more than 10 years ago and has written about a gamut of topics from profiles of musicians and businesses to municipal election results to social media marketing. Previous bylines can be found in Investment Executive, Canadian Insurance Top Broker, Vaughan Citizen and Where Toronto. She moved to Ottawa to fulfill a bucket-list dream of reporting on federal public policy and is thrilled to use her meticulous attention to detail to analyze legislation and the hot topics on the Hill. She is a proud Italian-Canadian who loves Italian films, music, and pastries. Longtime Ottawa residents can send all authentic Italian pastry-shop suggestions (and story ideas, of course)
@tessiesanci on Twitter or tsanci@lobbymonitor.ca
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Jesse Cnockaert

Editor, Lobby Monitor

Jesse Cnockaert was born in London, Ont., and raised in the town of Strathroy. Journalism was in his blood, as his grandfather Ken Campbell had been the longtime owner and editor of his hometown newspaper, The Strathroy Age Dispatch. He held the position from 1960 for the next 30 years. The paper even earned the Gertrude Dunnnig Award for best all-round weekly newspaper in its circulation class in Canada in 1979. In 2007, he earned his print and broadcast diploma in journalism from Humber College in Toronto. Since graduating, Jesse has continued to pursue journalism at the municipal level, covering news in the communities of West Lorne, St. Thomas, and Exeter, which gave him the opportunity to interview Olympians, celebrities such as Rick Mercer and Rachel McAdams, and take a flight in a World War II aircraft before a local air show. In 2017, he moved to Ottawa where he began tackling daily news with Metro, before working as editor of The Lobby Monitor.

jcnockaert@lobbymonitor.ca

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Sam Garcia

Photographer

sgarcia@hilltimes.com

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Andrew Meade

Photographer

Born and raised in Fredericton, N.B., Andrew was brought into the world of newspapers while attending the University of New Brunswick. working as a freelancer and staff at dailies around New Brunswick. He first landed in Ottawa as a photo intern with The Hill Times in 2015 after studying photojournalism at Loyalist College and has covered politics around Ottawa and eastern Canada ever since. Andrew’s work has been published in a number of national and local publications including The Globe and Mail, Maclean’s, National Post, Toronto Star, and others.

ameade@hilltimes.com

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Benoit Denault

Production Manager

An 11-year veteran of The Hill Times, Ben is an Algonquin College graduate, and has also studied fine arts. He grew up right across the river in Hull, and if his eyesight was better, he’d be able to see his old street from Parliament Hill. Ben loves the challenge of finding creative solutions for the seemingly impossible technical issues that arise in the world of publishing. He’s a dedicated Star Wars fan and an unabashed geek and gamer, but more than anything, he’s proudest of his three children.

benoit@hilltimes.com

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Joey Sabourin

Senior Online & Graphic Designer

As a graphic designer for The Hill Times, Joey has designed and laid out newspapers and magazines for the past eight years. When he’s not solving complex front-end web design issues, you can find him contemplating what kind of hops to mix into his delicious craft beer recipes. He also likes to run, jam on his guitar and banjo, paint, and go hiking.

joey@hilltimes.com

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Jean-Francois Lavoie

Web Developer

After working in the technological industry for more than 20 years, Jean-Fran?ois’ expertise of the digital world has enabled him to develop innovative services for clients in a wide range of sectors. His advice has enabled many organizations to take advantage of modern communication networks in the wake of their constant evolution.

jf@hilltimes.com

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Serena Masonde

Graphic Designer

After graduating from Carleton University with a degree in criminology, Serena decided to follow her love for design into the field of graphic design. She went to Algonquin College and received her post-graduate certificate in interactive multimedia. After three and a half years of working in graphic design, she has found her way to The Hill Times laying out newspapers and designing for the web. On the side, Serena creates wedding invitations inspired by pop culture, including Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, and Star Wars. When she’s not at work, you can find her reading sci-fi, fantasy, and mystery novels, painting and drawing, and getting lost in the woods, while trying to hone her skills in photography.

smasonde@hilltimes.com

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Ian Peralta

Web Developer

ian@hilltimes.com

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Steve MacDonald

Vice President, Marketing and Multi-Media Sales

Steve has more than 20 years experience with several publications in Ottawa, notably Silicon Valley North and the Ottawa Business Journal. Over the past eight years, Steve has enjoyed working with the myriad associations, companies, and businesses that make up The Hill Times’ advertisers. Originally from Canada’s East Coast, Steve has made Ottawa home since 1987 and enjoys his second job as a weekend chauffeur for his son and daughter to many hockey rinks, baseball fields, and piano recitals across Ontario.

smacdonald@hilltimes.com

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Craig Caldbick

Director of Business Development

Craig has enjoyed working with the government relations’ community in Ottawa and across Canada during the past 15 years, and continues to provide expert service and communications solutions to a variety of industry, sector, and NGO clients. Craig says that one of the most interesting aspects of his job is interacting with the many professionals and organizations that provide government with information, policy options and advice, as they are a key component of Canadian democracy. On a personal level, Craig continues to advocate to government for high-speed internet access in the Ottawa Valley to better serve his clients. From the cottage

ccaldbick@hilltimes.com

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Martin Reaume

Director of Business Development

Martin wants to live in a world of creative ideas that solve problems, greetings that come with funny anecdotes, and coffee with a little less caffeine (his neighbours want that, too!). As a business developer with more than 30 years of experience, he has helped clients build businesses, programs, and profiles in a number of environments. Martin has witnessed the impact of good creative and understands what is needed for messaging to leave an impression. He has spent a significant amount of time creating, promoting, writing, and leading teams. When he is not supporting clients with messaging efforts, you can find him paddling to ‘no where’ (that is a place), watching ‘B’ movies, or reading the ever-popular Canada’s History magazine.

mreaume@hilltimes.com

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ülle Baum

Director of Business Development

ülle is a well-known event planner in Ottawa’s diplomatic world. She has been very involved in the Canadian Federation of University Women’s Ottawa Diplomatic Hospitality Group, including four terms as the president. ülle was previously appointed as the cultural representative for the Estonian embassy in Ottawa. She has chaired the working group for the annual European Union Christmas concert at the Notre Dame Basilica for the past eight years. In addition to her work in advertising at The Hill Times and Power & Influence magazine, she is also a correspondent for Estonian Life newspaper in Toronto where she has reported on Ottawa events related to Baltic, Nordic, and European Union countries. ülle is a member of the Canadian Association of Journalists, and her articles and photographs have been published locally in The Diplomat and International Canada magazine, the Ottawa Citizen, Embassy, Power & Influence magazine and The Hill Times, and has been reproduced across North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. ülle has also received the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee medal in recognition for her service to her community and to Canada. 613-688-8822 613-240-4622 (cell)

ubaum@hilltimes.com

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Erveina Gosalci

Director of Business Development

Erveina brings more than 16 years of work experience in education, NGOs, public diplomacy, human resources, and commercial law to The Hill Times print and digital advertising department. She worked for the British Council in Albania and as a consultant for the Youth Voice Group of the World Bank. Since 2009 she has been a member of the Youth Communications Network at the World Health Organization. She holds an LLM (Valedictorian) from the University of New York in Tirana, in International and Commercial Law. Her new role draws on her expertise in policy messaging. The Hill Times is delighted that she has joined its premier government relations and advocacy advertising department.

egosalci@hilltimes.com

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Chris Rivoire

Circulation and Marketing Manager

Chris is doing his best to learn the weird and arcane ways of circulation. Getting papers delivered is not a job for any mere mortal, for it requires a mastery of the elements and strong communication skills with couriers. He will do his best to get you a most triumphant delivery of the paper; be it digital, physical, or metaphysical (extra costs may apply to metaphysical papers). When Chris is not wrestling with distribution matters, he is skiing in the winter, or sunbathing at the cottage in the summer. He also knows a thing or two about graphic design, social media, advertising, and communications.

crivoire@hilltimes.com

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Sean Hansel

Reader Development Sales Manager

Sean brings with him almost 20-years-worth of retail sales and management experience. During his tenure with a variety of popular retailers, Sean brought a commitment to selling sought-after products and services, as well as building up and driving sales teams to do the same. Sean has extensive experience in customer service, human resources, marketing, and finance. Sean is dedicated to building lasting relationships with clients and bringing his extensive skillset to the fore when interacting with past, present, and future readers of the suite of publications under Hill Times Publishing.

shansel@hilltimes.com

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Leslie Dickson

Director of Marketing

Leslie is a third-generation newswoman and got her start at The Equity in Shawville, Que., at eight weeks old with her parents. She’s done almost every job at a newspaper, from writing and editing, to layout and design, to accounting, marketing, and managing. She’s happily found her way back to The Hill Times in the role of director of marketing after a long hiatus to raise her family and run a small
business in the Gatineau Hills. Leslie enjoys paddling, skiing, knitting, and the quiet of living in the woods with her three wonderful children.

ldickson@hilltimes.com

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Andrew Morrow

General Manager, CFO

Andrew has been with Hill Times Publishing for more than 20 years, after successfully managing a chain of retail stores. He graduated from the University of Guelph with a degree in economics and management. He also became a certified management accountant in 1994. Andrew has lived in Ottawa for most of his life, and is the father of four kids.

amorrow@hilltimes.com

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Jim Creskey

Publisher and co-founder of The Hill Times Publishing

Jim’s first published story was a satirical piece for The Caracas Daily Journal, which he wrote in 1968 while working in Latin America for the New York Museum of Modern Art. He has worked as a reporter, editor, and publisher of several weekly and daily newspapers before the launch of The Hill Times in 1989. He is a self-described, “ink-stained wretch.” He and his wife Anne, who is a potter, divide their time between Ottawa and Farrellton, Quebec. They have six children and 13 grandchildren.

jcreskey@hilltimes.com

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Ross Dickson

Co-founder and owner of Hill Times Publishing

Ross Dickson, the co-founder and co-owner of Hill Times Publishing, has many years of experience in the publication business, starting with Pontiac County’s community weekly newspaper, The Equity, where he eventually became publisher, editor and owner and co-founded the Quebec Community Newspaper Association. He co-founded and co-published the Ottawa X Press, and co-founded and was president of (CNRIE), a libel insurance company for community newspapers. Formerly, as a research scientist at the National Research Council of Canada, Ross studied the environmental effects of thermal discharges from fossil- and nuclear-fuelled power plants, and the health and environmental effects of sulphur oxides, ozone, acid rain, and respirable particulates. He enjoys sailing, four-wall handball, and playing the fiddle.

rdickson@hilltimes.com

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Anne Marie Creskey

Publisher

Anne Marie Creskey is the publisher of The Hill Times. Over the past decade she has helped Hill Times Publishing innovate, and grow into a multifaceted premium media company. She is passionate about the importance of independent journalism in Canada and the innovative business models that support it.
Anne Marie began her career as an editor at Nylon Magazine, she was a contributor to many magazines including Teen Vogue, Russian Harper’s Bazzar and Italian Glamour. Her work on advertising campaigns includes Nike Japan, Revlon, Target, Old Navy and Urban Outfitters. She has launched multiple specialty news services and has been proud to accept dozens of news and publishing awards for The Hill Times.
When not at work she enjoys the chaos of parenthood and the great outdoors.

acreskey@hilltimes.com

 

 

 

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