Julie Anne Pattee

Julie Anne Pattee is a freelance writer who lives in Montreal. She's held various positions at Global, CTV and MAtv. She's been published in The Globe and Mail, The Ottawa Citizen, The Montreal Gazette and other Postmedia papers. She was long listed for the Carte Blanche creative non-fiction prize in 2014, and the CBC creative-non-fiction prize in 2016. She has a master's degree in Communication Studies from McGill.

Quebec's ban on religious symbols based on an outdated ideal
Julie Anne Pattee
October 19, 2018
Let's Talk
Time to end abuse of mental health patients in our care facilities
Julie Anne Pattee
January 31, 2018
Democracy and freedom
Let’s stop confusing free speech with a free press
Julie Anne Pattee
November 21, 2016
Cultural appropriation
This Halloween, there's no good way to be a 'bad hombre'
Julie Anne Pattee
October 31, 2016
Homelessness and mental health
Montreal church controversy shows we haven’t learned from our history
Julie Anne Pattee
May 31, 2016
Public safety
Why do police keep shooting people with mental illnesses?
Julie Anne Pattee
May 12, 2016
Social policy
Attawapiskat: There’s more to mental illness than biology