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...