Awards

The Globe wins 10 National Newspaper Awards

The Globe and Mail won the most awards at the 70th National Newspaper Awards, taking the top prize in 10 of 21 categories for journalism that explored such issues as how communications giant Huawei fits into China’s global ambitions and efforts by the National Gallery of Canada to sell art. Read more…

The Globe and Mail receives 17 nominations for 2019 Digital Publishing Awards, more than any other newspaper in Canada

The Globe and Mail has received 17 nominations in 12 different categories for the 2019 Digital Publishing Awards, more than any other newspaper in Canada.

This is the fourth year of the awards, a National Media Awards Foundation program that recognizes excellence in digital editorial content in Canada. Last year, The Globe led the way with 15 wins. 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…

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’s Unfounded investigation wins Canadian Journalism Foundation prize

The Globe and Mail’s 20-month investigation into how police forces across Canada handle sexual-assault complaints has been awarded the Canadian Journalism Foundation’s prize for excellence in journalism.

Reporter Robyn Doolittle, who spearheaded the Unfounded project that has won several of Canada’s top journalism awards this year, was also given the foundation’s Landsberg Award, for exceptional coverage of women’s issues. Read more...

Globe investigation into white-collar crime takes top prize at Data Journalism Awards

Pitted against submissions from 58 countries across the world, with more than 630 entries across categories, a Globe and Mail investigation has been hailed as the investigation of the year at the 2018 Global Editors Network Data Journalism Awards.

Easy Money, an investigation into white-collar crime that dove into 30 years worth of regulatory cases, illustrated for Globe readers just how fraudsters can make millions off Canadian investors, face sparse punishment, then do it again. Read more...

Globe reporters win 2018 PMAC Award for Excellence in Investment Journalism

The Globe and Mail’s Tamsin McMahon and Tim Kiladze, and Andrew Willis, were awarded the top prizes of the 2018 PMAC Award for Excellence in Investment Journalism. The Globe and Mail’s Tim Kiladze takes home the top prize for the second consecutive year. Read more...

The Globe and Mail earns sole Canadian nomination for North American Digital Media Awards

The Globe and Mail is the only Canadian finalist in this year’s North American Digital Media Awards presented by the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers.

The Globe and Mail is nominated in the Best News Website or Mobile Service category alongside Axios, The New York Times and The Washington Post. Read more...