Kathleen is currently an intern at Global News online, writing stories on everything from sex education to financial advice.
She is completing her post-graduate diploma in journalism at Humber College in Toronto.
She holds a bachelor’s from McGill University in Montreal, where she studied Middle Eastern politics and Spanish.
Her favourite topics are social justice, politics, food and cats.
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Ontario’s updated sex ed curriculum has sparked debate around the role schools and teachers have in educating students about their sexual health and themselves. Global News sought out the evidence behind sex ed so you don’t have to. Continue reading →