Victor Dwyer is an editor at the Globe and Mail, where he works with the paper’s bureau chiefs, investigative reporters, and senior writers on long-form stories involving everything from government corruption and organized crime to sexuality, climate change, and the state of the mainstream media. He is also a columnist on CBC Radio’s The Next Chapter with Shelagh Rogers. Before moving to the Globe in 1998, he worked for over a decade at Maclean’s as a reporter, writer, and section editor. He is a former faculty member in the Literary Journalism program at the Banff Centre. Twitter: @VicDwyer.