Braganza is former editor at and Reader’s Digest.

By Bruce Gillespie, Editor-in-Chief

I’m pleased to announce that Chantal Braganza will be J-Source’s new associate editor. Her first day will be Feb. 2.

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She also volunteers with The Ethnic Aisle, a co-operatively produced site that critiques how issues of immigration and race are covered in and around Toronto, and is a part-time instructor and teaching assistant in the School of Journalism at Ryerson University.

Braganza replaces Ronan O’Beirne, who has resigned to pursue other opportunities. I’ve really enjoyed working with O’Beirne during the past month and wish him well with his future endeavours. His last day will be Jan. 29.