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|Nationality||Canada United States|
|Occupation||author, editor, journalist|
|Known for||editor, Financial Post|
Francis was a reporter and columnist with The Toronto Star from 1981 to 1987, then a columnist and director with the Toronto Sun, Maclean's and the Financial Post in 1987 and its editor from 1991 to 1998, when it was taken over by the National Post and incorporated into it. She has been a columnist and editor-at-large at the National Post since then; her columns are widely cited, quoted and republished. She is also a regular contributor to the Atlantic Council, American Interest, New York Post, the Huffington Post, Kyiv Post as well as newspapers around the world. She is a broadcaster, speaker and author of ten books on Canadian socio-economic subjects.
Francis is Distinguished Professor at the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University in Toronto. She was a Visiting Fellow at Harvard University's Shorenstein Center in autumn 2005 and has been a Media Fellow at the World Economic Forum.
- Merger of the Century: Why Canada and America Should Become One Country (2013), HarperCollins
- Who Owns Canada Now (2008), HarperCollins
- Immigration: The Economic Case (2002), Key Porter Books, ISBN 1-55263-532-5
- Underground Nation: The Secret Economy And The Future Of Canada (2002), Key Porter Books, ISBN 1-55013-612-7
- BRE-X: The Inside Story - The Stock Swindle That Shocked The World (1998), Seal Books, ISBN 1-55013-913-4
- Fighting for Canada (1996), Key Porter Books, ISBN 1-55013-796-4
- A Matter of Survival: Canada In The 21st Century (1993), Key Porter Books
- The Diane Francis Inside Guide to Canada's 50 Best Stocks (1990), Key Porter Books, ISBN 1-55013-218-0
- Contrepreneurs (1989), McClelland-Bantam
- Controlling Interest - Who Owns Canada (1986), Macmillan Publishers, ISBN 0-7715-9744-4
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- Diane Francis, dianefrancismylife blog, Diane Francis' Life, 4 February 2006
- Financial Post, Diane Francis, accessed 31 January 2019
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- Harvard University, Former Fellows and Visiting Faculty, accessed 24 August 2010