Stéphanie Marin, Mélanie Marquis swap positions at The Canadian Press
Marin, a parliamentary bureau reporter, will join the Montreal bureau of The Canadian Press at the end of the month, while Marquis will start in Ottawa on Sept. 8.
By Tamara Baluja, Associate Editor
Reporter-editors Stéphanie Marin and Mélanie Marquis are swapping positions at The Canadian Press.
Marin, a parliamentary bureau reporter, will join the Montreal bureau at the end of the month, while Marquis will start in Ottawa on Sept. 8.
“For Stéphanie, it is a return to Montreal where she had started in July 2009 before moving to Ottawa a year later,” Jean Roy, directeur de l’information, said in an internal memo. Marin holds a law degree from McGill University, in Montreal, as well as a journalism degree from Université de Montréal.
Marquis, who started in the Montreal bureau in 2010, holds a teaching degree from Université du Québec à Montréal and a journalism degree from Université de Montréal.
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