Corporate News

Globe finalists in SABEW Canada’s Best in Business Awards

April 3, 2019

The Globe and Mail is a finalist in 10 of the 15 categories for SABEW Canada’s 5th Annual Best in Business Awards. The awards recognize outstanding Canadian business reporting. Winners will be announced at a reception on April 17 in Toronto.

The Globe finalists are:

Audio or visual storytelling
Pot supply

Beat reporting
Janet McFarland on real estate

Breaking news
NAFTA coverage by Adrian Morrow, Robert Fife, Stephanie Nolen, Barrie McKenna, Eric Atkins, James Bradshaw, Andrew Willis, Tim Kiladze, David Parkinson, Josh O'Kane, Sean Silcoff, Susan Krashinsky Robertson, Rob Carrick, John Ibbitson and Campbell Clark

Barrie McKenna
Rita Trichur (Report on Business magazine)

Editorial newsletter
Cannabis Professional

Feature (long-form)
"Conquered by demons" by Kelly Cryderman and Jeffrey Jones (Report on Business magazine)

Feature (short-form)
"Toronto website Providr bets it can beat Facebook’s algorithm change" by Susan Krashinsky Robertson and Shane Dingman

"Inside the fall of Fortress" by Janet McFarland
"Hustle in the oil patch" by Jeffrey Jones, Jeff Lewis, Renata D’Aliesio and Chen Wang ­­

Personal finance and investing
"The Year of Fear" by Bryan Borzykowski, Joe Castaldo and John Daly (Report on Business magazine)
Mutual funds by Rob Carrick

"Darren Entwistle’s long goodbye" by Christine Dobby (Report on Business magazine)
"The Instigator" by Katie Lamb and Joanna Pachner (Report on Business magazine)