Long-time Globe and Mail and Maclean's foreign correspondent Malcolm Ian MacDonald Gray has died. He was 67.

Long-time Globe and Mail and Maclean's foreign correspondent Malcolm Ian MacDonald Gray has died. He was 67.

Gray covered many wars for the Globe including the end of the Vietnam War and conflicts in the Middle East. He also held positions as the Globe and Mail's B.C. and later Atlantic Canadian correspondent. He then joined Maclean's as its B.C. correspondent and later became the magazine's national editor. Then Gray took on the role as Maclean's Moscow bureau chief and lived in the city for almost 20 years. 

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After attending Carleton and McMaster Universities, he started his journalism career at the Hamilton Spectator.

Gray died May 19, 2013 suddenly in hospital. He is survived by his wife Carol Patterson; sons Ian and Colin; and his sisters Sheila Beattie and Fiona McAlpine.