Jane Taber is a veteran print and broadcast journalist who has spent her career covering Parliament Hill, and most recently Queen’s Park.
During her tenure on Parliament Hill, Jane covered the Mulroney Progressive Conservatives, the Chretien Liberals and the Harper Conservatives. In 2015, she moved to Toronto to cover the Wynne Liberals and the Ontario legislature.
She’s spent more hours than she can count on campaign buses and planes following the leaders during election bids. She’s covered leadership contests, and all of the important issues of the day. Her network of contacts, political and influential Canadians, is vast.
All of these issues and events were covered both in print (as a reporter at The Ottawa Citizen, the National Post and for 14 years at The Globe and Mail) and also on television and radio.
From 2005 to 2011, Jane was the co-host of CTV’s Question Period and interviewed all the main political players of the day on the hour-long broadcast. She was also the fill-in host on Mike Duffy Live and Power Play on CTV’s News Channel. Jane filled in, too, on CTV’s morning show, Canada AM.
Before joining CTV’s Question Period, Jane was a regular contributor to CBC’s At Issue panel with Peter Mansbridge.
So, she knows television from both vantage points – as the interviewer and as the interviewee.
As Vice-President, Corporate Affairs at NATIONAL’s Toronto office since September 2016, she now she brings her wealth of experience to the Firm, her colleagues and her clients.
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Jane Taber’s Bold Thinking
A New Way of Campaigning for the 2018 Ontario Election
Posted Thursday, September 14, 2017
NATIONAL and Leger Present the 2017 Corporate Reputation Study
Posted Friday, May 12, 2017
2017 Ontario Budget Brief
Posted Thursday, April 27, 2017
Ontario Budget Preview
Posted Monday, April 24, 2017
Katie Telford’s Political Communications Strategy Pays Off for Women
Posted Friday, March 10, 2017
2017 Ontario Politics Preview: What does Wynne do now to win in 2018?
Posted Wednesday, February 15, 2017
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