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Elizabeth Church and Kelly Grant
Globe and Mail
Home care series

During more than two decades at the Globe and Mail, Elizabeth Church has written about a range of subjects, including business, politics, education and most recently health. She has twice been a finalist for a National Newspaper Award and the Michener Award for public service journalism. From 2010 to 2011, she was a Southam Journalism Fellow at the University of Toronto's Massey College, and has recently rejoined the university to provide advice on media strategy. Last summer, Church and health news reporter Kelly Grant worked on their winning in-depth series on home care, and the findings of their months-long investigation were published last July.

Grant is a Carleton University graduate who started her journalism career at the Windsor Star, where she chased crime stories and wrote editorials. In 2006, she joined the National Post, and two years later, she landed an editing position at the Globe and Mail. She became the newspaper's health news reporter in January 2014, and soon after spearheaded a multimedia project about brain surgery on patients who are awake. It was nominated for multiple international honours and won an EPPY award. Grant has three boys. She is currently on maternity leave and will return to the health beat in September 2016.