Fifty-three organizations recognized as Employee Recommended Workplaces for 2018

Today, Morneau Shepell and The Globe and Mail announced 53 Employee Recommended Workplaces for 2018, in the second annual Employee Recommended Workplace Award. These organizations have achieved high standards for healthy workplaces, as reported by their employees, and have earned to right to use the Employee Recommended Workplace badge in their communication material to identify them as employers of choice. Read more...

The Globe and Mail and Sportradar release NHL predictor hub

The Globe and Mail and Sportradar US, LLC today released The Forecheck, an NHL predictor and the first by a major news outlet, available at https://tgam.ca/forecheck.

The predictor forecasts individual game outcomes, along with current playoff probabilities for each NHL team. Game statistics are loaded into the predictor after each game.

Curious Minds Weekend returns this March

Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema and The Globe and Mail are pleased to announce their second annual Curious Minds Weekend, featuring three full days of world-renowned speakers leading captivating discussions - all moderated by journalists from The Globe and Mail. Read more...

Globe writer wins Amnesty media award for coverage of Rohingya refugees

The Globe and Mail's Asia correspondent, Nathan VanderKlippe, has won an Amnesty International Canada media award for his coverage of Rohingya refugees fleeing Myanmar. Read more...

Thank you for your feedback: A letter from Globe and Mail Publisher and CEO Phillip Crawley

Last weekend The Globe and Mail launched its first major redesign in seven years. Six months of planning; stockpiling stories and investigations to put our best foot forward in support of our new look, which is all about elegance, white space and great visuals. Read more...

Redesigned Globe and Mail launches Dec. 1

Media release

On Friday, December 1, The Globe and Mail will reveal its first major print redesign in seven years. This represents the culmination of a transformation that has ushered in changes to The Globe’s desktop, mobile and tablet websites as well as its iOS and Android apps.

“Our goal for the entire print and digital transformation was to create platforms that showcase our award-winning journalism and provide an exceptional experience for our audience, whether they access us through print, mobile or web,” said Phillip Crawley, Publisher and CEO of The Globe and Mail. Read more...

The Globe and Mail’s redesigned newspaper launches Dec. 1. Here’s what’s changing

The world is changing. So is The Globe.

In our global, connected world, a printed newspaper is only one of many ways our readers stay informed. As your needs and habits change, so, too, must The Globe.

Starting December 1, you will see a new Globe and Mail newspaper. Like our website and news apps redesigned earlier this fall, the redesigned newspaper has been informed and inspired by our audience insight and feedback from our readers. Read more...

Introducing Amplify, a new Globe and Mail newsletter aimed at highlighting inspiring women

Over the past year, the audience team at The Globe and Mail has been looking for ways to highlight diverse, smart voices. We ran focus groups with hundreds of Canadians, collected data and accepted feedback from countless readers and non-readers alike. In response, we are launching a new newsletter, Amplify. Read more...