An award-winning journalist and writer based in Montreal, Daniel Sanger took a two-year hiatus to work with Projet Montréal in 2010. It ended up lasting nine years. A founding editor of the Montreal Mirror in 1985, he moved onto the Montreal Gazette and The Canadian Press, including a stint as a correspondent at Quebec’s National Assembly. In the mid 1990s he quit newspaper journalism to work in magazines. He was the Quebec correspondent for The Economist for more than a decade while writing and editing for Saturday Night, and contributing articles to The Walrus and many other magazines and newspapers.