Nicole MacIntyre

Deputy Editor, Toronto Star (Canada)

MacIntyre was a speaker on the panel “Editors’ perspectives: The struggle of metro newspapers to survive and thrive in the digital era” at the 25th ISOJ. Watch the presentation here.

Nicole MacIntyreNicole MacIntyre is the deputy editor of the Toronto Star, Canada’s largest daily newspaper. She joined the paper in 2021, returning nearly two decades after she was part of the Star’s esteemed one-year internship program that has launched many of the country’s top journalists. Previously, Nicole served as the deputy national editor and Toronto editor at the Globe and Mail, where she oversaw the paper’s award-winning coverage of health, education, regional politics and breaking news. She was honored with the company’s top leadership award for her role guiding the newsroom through the pandemic. In the early years of her career, Nicole was an enterprising reporter covering crime and municipal politics in several of Ontario’s largest metro newsrooms. Nicole has a Master of Journalism from Western University. She lives in Toronto with her two children.