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Zosia Bielski is a journalist at The Globe and Mail. She reports on the ways people live together and apart, covering relationships and other social dynamics, as well as sexuality and sexual health. She also has a particular interest in aging and people's time use, at work and at home. Before joining The Globe in 2008, she covered urban affairs and education at the National Post. She has an Honours Bachelor of Arts in English literature and semiotics from the University of Toronto and an Honours Bachelor degree in journalism from Ryerson University.


Years in Journalism


Years at The Globe and Mail

Honours & Awards

2018 National Newspaper Awards, winner of the E. Cora Hind Award for beat reporting

2020 Mindset Awards for Workplace Mental Health Reporting, Honourable Mention

Languages spoken

English, Polish, some French

Zosia Bielski abides by The Globe and Mail Editorial Code of Conduct

Latest articles

Talking about money is the last taboo amid rising costs of living