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.

Louise Brown

Louise Brown has covered education for the Toronto Star on and off since Bill Davis was premier and has never stopped finding fascinating stories between kindergarten and grad school, from campus life to cool schools. She particularly loves writing about the demographic hurdles some groups of students face, from aboriginal students to Portuguese-Canadians and black teens with high dropout rates - and new ways schools are finding to tackle these issues. A married mother of two grown daughters, she won the Queen's Diamond Jubilee medal this year for hanging in this long and is fast becoming hooked on Twitter.