The Globe garners 20 National Newspaper Award nominations

The Globe and Mail dominated the National Newspaper Awards’ shortlist with 20 nominations for its work, including an investigation into rental buildings in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, reporting on China’s crackdown on Muslims and an in-depth look at the economic and environmental costs of Canada’s aging oil and gas wells. Read more…

The Globe and Mail is a finalist for World’s Best Digital Design

The Globe and Mail is a finalist for the prestigious World’s Best Digital Design prize, the top honour from the Society for News Design. The Globe is the only Canadian publication to make the finalist list, and the winner will be announced in April. The Globe also received 15 medals at SND’s annual Best of Digital Design competition, for a wide range of work covering long-form stories, photography, video and explanatory graphics. Read more…

The Globe and Mail relaunches Globe Advisor

The Globe and Mail has relaunched its flagship product for Canadian professional financial advisors under a new editor. Pablo Fuchs brings 13 years of experience monitoring the financial services industry as Senior Editor, then Managing Editor, of Investment Executive. Read more…

Amnesty International Canada awards two Globe journalists for human rights coverage on Colombia and China

Globe and Mail journalists Stephanie Nolen and Nathan VanderKlippe have won Amnesty International Canada media awards for their work covering human rights issues this year. Read more…

The Globe and Mail launches 2018 brand campaign

The Globe and Mail helps Canadians make sense of the world around them. With varying points of view, backgrounders, explainers, news and opinions, we offer something no other Canadian media company can—a trusted and independent voice backed by one of the country’s strongest news teams.

Today The Globe launches its 2018 campaign Journalism Matters to You. Read more…