The Globe and Mail leads Digital Publishing Awards with 15 honours

The Globe and Mail has led the way at the Digital Publishing Awards, with the awards jury saying the paper produced an extremely innovative body of work that “truly represented the highest of journalistic standards.”

The awards, which recognize excellence among Canadian digital publications, were handed out in Toronto on Tuesday night.

The Globe won nine gold awards, including best news coverage for Unfounded, best feature article (long) for a profile of Joseph Boyden and best personal essay for Black on Bay Street. Read more...