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Globe receives 17 nominations for SABEW Canada’s 4th Annual Best in Business Awards

April 4, 2018

The Globe is represented in each of the nine categories for The Society of American Business Editors and Writers (SABEW) Canada’s Best in Business Awards. The awards recognize outstanding business reporting published in 2017.

“The nominees represent the excellence found in all areas of The Globe and Mail’s business reporting, from commentary to deep investigations,” says Report on Business editor Derek DeCloet. “We’re extremely proud of our journalists and of the value they bring  to our readers and Canadian society.”

Winners will be announced at the Best In Business Awards reception on April 18.

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