Our Journalists

Breaking a news story takes dedication, sometimes for years. It requires curiosity,
determination and a commitment to delivering the truth to a public who deserve
nothing less. Star journalists are held in the highest regard for their integrity, accuracy and relentless pursuit of news stories that need telling.


Nora Underwood

NORA UNDERWOOD is a Toronto-based freelance writer whose main areas of interest are related to health, science and behaviour. She worked as an editor and writer for Maclean’s magazine for many years and as an editor at The Walrus. In between, Underwood has written for dozens of magazines and newspapers, including the Toronto Star and The Globe and Mail. In 2006, she won a National Magazine Award for a feature story on the teenage brain that appeared in The Walrus.