A story that could be written today about the challenges facing the world, from climate change to cyber security, is instead being written today as we are living through the greatest global crisis since the Great Depression.
A story written by a journalist, about a journalist and a reporter, about the global climate crisis, would not have made the front page of The Globe.
And yet, today, the Globe’s front page is filled with stories that echo these fears.
It’s the result of a new editorial team that has brought together seasoned reporters and editors from the Globe and Mail, The Globe and Exchange and The Globe & Agence France-Presse.
It is an editorial team dedicated to reporting on the issues of the day.
It will have a unique place in the world of journalism.
It has an unprecedented ability to be fearless in its reporting, a fearless and uncompromising approach to reporting that reflects our shared belief that there is nothing to be ashamed of and that truth and truthfulness are both essential to the pursuit of justice.
We have no choice but to report the news, because there is a lot to be learned from the stories we tell, and a lot more to come.
Our approach will not be dictated by the needs of advertisers.
It won’t be dictated, however, by the interests of the editors.
It wont be dictated to us by the financial rewards that accrue to those who have the courage to tell the truth and the unflinching candour to do so.
It WILL be driven by the values of The New York Times, and those values are to be upheld and promoted by all who cover the news.
The new editorial structure that we have created for The Globe is a product of our evolving reporting environment and a direct result of our leadership and our commitment to fearless journalism.
The Globe has always been a leader in the fight for truth, fairness and equity, and we know that the new structure we are establishing will serve as a powerful and important counterweight to those forces.
In this regard, we are excited to announce that we will be publishing The Globe daily from now until March 1.
This will mean that The Globe will continue to be one of the most trusted and respected media organizations in the country.
The editorial team, led by the managing editor, is already working on an article, in collaboration with The Globe Newsroom, that will take up this new challenge.
It represents the first step in a much broader strategy that will help us deliver the journalism we want to deliver to Canadians.
The Times will be an important partner in the effort.
We are very excited about this opportunity to expand the Times brand in Canada, and will be working with them to ensure that our new approach reflects the diversity and excellence of The Times, The Times News Agency and the broader Times brand.
This new editorial model will also provide the opportunity to continue to invest in our journalism, to strengthen the leadership of our newsroom and to create new ways of engaging readers and readers across all platforms.
The fact that this will happen in our own newspaper is also a big win for The Times.
The changes we are making will help build a stronger paper, and strengthen our editorial team and our editorial priorities, as we continue to focus on building a newsroom that is fearless in reporting, fearless and unflinchingly candid in its coverage, and fearless and uncorrupted in its journalism.
And I would encourage you to read the editorial that was just released today, in which I thank all our editorial and newsroom leaders for their leadership, courage and integrity.
We will be bringing these changes to The Times very shortly, and the team will continue its hard work to transform the paper into the newspaper it deserves to be.
We look forward to sharing the results of this important change with you, and thank you for joining us today.
I hope you’ll join us next week when we begin reporting on a series of stories that will examine the challenges we face and how we can meet them.
This is part of a series that will look at how The Globe works today, and what we can do to make sure that we continue and improve our reporting to serve the people of Canada.
This week, we’ll be joined by a series on global health and climate change that will focus on a key global issue: global health.
It was a difficult decision, and it will require some tough decisions, but I believe we can make a difference, and that will be our goal.
So I will ask for your help.
We want to help you understand what’s going on.
We’ll ask questions.
We won’t just tell you what’s happened.
We’re going to ask you questions, and you’ll be the judge of what you find interesting and important.
We promise that we’ll do our best to answer your questions and provide you with the information you need.
You can find more information about what this week’s stories will be about, including what the next steps will be, on the Globe website. This