Andrew Mitrovica is a veteran investigative reporter and author. He has worked at the Globe and Mail, CTV National News and the CBC’s the fifth estate. He is a seven-time winner of the Canadian Association of Journalist’s award for investigative reporting. He is also the recipient of Amnesty International’s John Humphrey Award for Human Rights reporting. His expose of Canada’s spy service, Covert Entry, published by Random House Canada won the Arthur Ellis Award for best true crime non-fiction in 2003. He is s a frequent contributor to the Toronto Star opinion pages and was, until recently, a contributing editor with the Walrus magazine. Currently, Andrew is professor of journalism at Sheridan College, where he teaches a variety of graduate and undergraduate courses and in the college’s Program for Internationally Trained Writers.