Chloe Rose Stuart-Ulin is an investigative journalist based in Montréal. Her stories on climate change, health, policy, and cannabis have appeared in CBC, The Globe and Mail, Chatelaine, Maisonneuve, Quartz, The Tyee, Capital Daily, Canada’s National Observer, and Ha’aretz.
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Pests are destroying Canada’s trees – and a warming climate threatens to send more insects north (Canada’s National Observer, March 2022)
Five women on the healing power of mastectomy tattoos (Chatelaine, October 2021)
Hot Mess: the hidden perils of Canada’s pot laws (Maisonneuve, cover story Fall 2019)
Chloe was one of six recipients of the 2018-2019 Tom Wolfe mentorship program with the Solutions Journalism Network.