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Sean Mallen is a Canadian journalist with over 20 years at Global News. Mallen has reported on many notable events in Canada and abroad including the 1995 Quebec referendum for which he won a RTNDA Award and in 2000 was honoured with a Bronze Medal as "Best Correspondent" in an international competition at the New York Festivals—an award for stories including from Kosovo and the Walkerton, Ontario water crisis. He also covered the Athens Olympics. Previously, Mallen was a correspondent for Global Toronto, covering Queen's Park and he was also the host of Focus Ontario. He graduated from the University of Alberta and Ryerson University. On April 1, 2011, Mallen was named the Europe Bureau Chief for Global National, to be based in London, England. Mallen was a reporter with Global Toronto until April 2015. He is now a communications and marketing consultant with his own company, Sean Mallen Communications.
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