Carly Weeks

National Health Reporter

The Globe & Mail

In her more than 15 years as a national health reporter with The Globe and Mail, Carly Weeks has developed a reputation as one of the country’s leading authorities on health-related issues.

Carly was one of the reporters leading the Globe’s coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic and continues to cover the fallout of the pandemic and its effects on the health care system. She has spent years covering many urgent health issues, including the growing threat of medical misinformation and disinformation, lack of access to abortion services in many parts of Canada and the critical shortage of health workers across the country.

Schedule


wednesday – 02:35pm Main Stage

Time Icon 15 mins

Location Icon Meridian Hall - Main Stage

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