John Stackhouse (The Globe and Mail)
John Stackhouse (born 1962) is a Canadian journalist and author. He graduated from Queen's University in 1985 with a Bachelor of Commerce degree. While at Queen's, he served as editor of the Queen's Journal, and won the Tricolour Award in 1985.
|Occupation||former Editor-in-Chief, Globe and Mail|
He joined the Globe and Mail in 1992. He was the editor of The Globe and Mail's Report on Business section. On May 25, 2009, he was promoted to editor-in-chief of the newspaper, replacing Edward Greenspon. On March 19, 2014, he was, in turn, replaced by David Walmsley.
Since January 2015, Stackhouse has been the Senior Vice-President, Office of the CEO, at the Royal Bank of Canada. Additionally, Stackhouse "has joined the boards of the C.D. Howe Institute and World Literacy Canada and become a senior fellow at the University of Toronto's Munk School of Global Affairs. He also signed a two-book deal with Knopf Random House Canada."
Awards and recognitionEdit
- 2000: Out of Poverty: And Into Something More Comfortable (Random House), ISBN 0-679-31025-8
- 2003: Timbit Nation: A Hitchhiker's View of Canada (Random House), ISBN 0-679-31167-X
- 2015: Mass Disruption: Thirty Years on the Front Lines of a Media Revolution (Random House Canada), ISBN 978-0-345-81583-5
- "Stackhouse new editor-in-chief of Globe". The Globe and Mail. Toronto. May 25, 2009.
- "Globe and Mail shakeup with John Stackhouse out, David Walmsley named new editor". Financial Post. Toronto. March 19, 2014.
- O'Beirne, Ronan.: "John Stackhouse takes job at Royal Bank," J-Source.ca. January 5, 2015. (Retrieved 2015-11-10.)
- History of National Newspaper Award Winners