Collingwood, Ontario, Canada

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Passionate and award winning journalist with lots of creativity and an attention to detail in editing.

Emily Innes is an assistant editor for The Chronicle Companies, a producer of medical magazines for healthcare professionals in Canada. She writes articles on a wide variety of specialty medical topics, interviews physicians, and researches the latest advancements in medicine. She creatively designs The Chronicle of Neurology + Psychiatry using QuarkXpress and edits freelance writers’ pieces.

Emily is a graduate of Toronto's Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning's accelerated post-graduate program in Journalism. She also completed a BA (Hons) in Media, Information, and Technoculture; and French from Western University in London, Ont.

Prior to her current role, Emily was a multimedia reporter for The Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin, a Sun Media community print and online paper. She used a variety of social media such as Twitter, Facebook, Scribblelive, and Thinglink to engage with her readers. She penned pieces on a variety of local issues. Her piece (Love story served up in local diner -- found above) earned her the Ontario Community Newspaper Association’s Better Newspaper Award for Feature Writing circulation over 10,000. She photographed and took video of important community events to enhance her articles.

She has been published in The Chronicle of Skin & Allergy, The Chronicle of Neurology & Psychiatry, The Chronicle of Cosmetic Medicine & Surgery, The Chronicle of Healthcare Marketing, The National Post, The Northern Journal, Sweat magazine, Convergence Magazine, thedailyplanet.com, and The Humber Et Cetera.