The Globe and Mail leads National Newspaper Award nominations

In-depth coverage of the killing of Muslim worshippers at a Quebec City mosque, reporting on questionable sexual-assault policing in Canada, an examination of torture and corruption in Asia and an essay on asylum seekers crossing into Manitoba were recognized within The Globe and Mail’s pack-leading 18 nominations for the National Newspaper Awards. Read more...

With Lab 351, The Globe and Mail is creating both new products and a culture of “bottom-up” innovation

"A driving principle for the incubator is to make it so “ideas can bubble up from the bottom, or the middle, or the top” of the organization." Read the Nieman Lab story by Richardo Bilton here.

Canadian political ads on Facebook – what are you seeing?

With three provincial elections looming in 2018 (Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick), political parties are gearing up their Facebook ad campaigns. But what are Canadians seeing on their feeds?

The Globe and Mail wants to find out. Because Facebook can specifically target ads that can only be seen by a defined group of people (such as university educated women with children who work in finance), it’s almost impossible to tell who is being promised what. Read more...

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

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...