Back (L-R): Tasker, Clancy, Power, Loop, Gardner, Dawson
Front (L-R): Aqueel, Buchanan, Mah, Allen

The Ward is an Ottawa-based health publication that offers the latest news and analysis on the Canadian health care system, scientific research, and healthy living. Our contributors are particularly interested in issues facing young adults including mental health, sex and gender.

Our contributors are all pursuing their Master of Journalism at Carleton University in Ottawa.

Samantha Allen
Naureen Aqueel
Fiona Buchanan
Clare Clancy
Tyler Dawson
Rachel Gardner
Samantha Power
Emma Loop
Alison Mah
John Paul Tasker

We welcome story ideas and feedback at theward.editorial@gmail.com. Follow us on Twitter @thewardottawa or like us on Facebook at The Ward (Ottawa).

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