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The Star’s Robyn Doolittle is moving to the Globe

(Image: Doolittle: Norman Wong)

(Image: Doolittle: Norman Wong)

Robyn Doolittle’s reporting on Rob Ford—especially Crazy Town, her book-length treatment of Ford’s political and personal life—has made her the single reporter most associated with the Toronto Star’s city hall bureau over the past year. Now, in what is maybe the Toronto-media equivalent of Roy Halladay going to play for the Phillies, Doolittle says she’s moving to the Globe and Mail, to work on the paper’s investigative team.

Here are her tweets from earlier today:

She’ll be in good company. Sports columnist Cathal Kelly left the Star for the Globe last week, after spending 14 years working for the former.