John Gray (Canadian author)
John Gray is a Canadian journalist and author whose work includes Paul Martin: The Power of Ambition, a biography with an emphasis on Martin's lifelong quest to be Prime Minister. A former journalist with the Ottawa Citizen, Gray also had many roles in 20 years of work for The Globe and Mail, including writer, editor, foreign correspondent, and Ottawa bureau chief. He won three National Newspaper Awards.
John Gray has been among those cited to support allegations that Martin and his team deliberately exploited the cancer of Chrétienite Herb Dhaliwal's wife to take over his riding association.
- Thompson, Elizabeth (October 18, 2003). "Searching for Paul Martin: Author captures rare glimpse into his life", The Windsor Star, p. F6.
- Gessell, Paul (August 30, 2003). "Authors in race to dig the best political dirt", The StarPhoenix, p. E4.
- Cleroux, Richard (October 13, 2003). "Probing the tortured psyche of Paul Martin Jr.: John Gray's insightful, penetrating book into the seemingly enduring political ambition of future PM", The Hill Times (708): 11.
- Slotek, Jim (2 November 1981). "Elizabeth Gray lands her dream job". Ottawa Citizen. Retrieved 21 December 2010.
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