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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 wins six National Newspaper Awards; Robyn Doolittle named Journalist of the Year

The Globe and Mail won the most honours at the 69th National Newspaper Awards, taking the top prize in six of 21 categories. In addition, The Globe’s Robyn Doolittle took the award for 2017 Journalist of the Year. Read more...

The Globe and Mail leads National Newspaper Award nominations

In-depth coverage of the killing of Muslim worshippers at a Quebec City mosque, reporting on questionable sexual-assault policing in Canada, an examination of torture and corruption in Asia and an essay on asylum seekers crossing into Manitoba were recognized within The Globe and Mail’s pack-leading 18 nominations for the National Newspaper Awards. Read more...

Globe and Mail leads the pack at National Newspaper Awards

The Globe and Mail was the big winner at the 68th National Newspaper Awards, taking top prize in 11 of 21 categories, while foreign correspondent Mark MacKinnon was named Journalist of the Year. Read more...