TORONTO, April 20, 2018 /CNW/ - The Society of American Business Editors and Writers (SABEW) Canada would like to congratulate all the winners of the 4th Annual Best in Business Canada Awards, held on April 18.
From investigations into the shocking murder of a billionaire couple to exposing the chaos and mismanagement at a storied Canadian brand, this year's winners highlight the important stories being brought to Canadians through the work of business journalists across the country.
The awards were held at Toronto's Baro restaurant and attended by more than 100 journalists. SABEW Canada's Best in Business Awards is the only program dedicated to exclusively recognizing exemplary works of business journalism. This year, for the first time, runner-up awards were also handed out.
The Best in Business Awards are made possible thanks to a number of generous sponsors, including TD Bank, Fidelity Investments, Accenture, Cision, the Ivey Business Journal, the Schulich School of Business, Longview Communications and Cannex.
Here are this year's winners:
Gold: Christine Dobby, The Globe and Mail (Telecom)
Silver: Claudia Cattaneo, Financial Post (Energy)
Gold: Paul Waldie, Tim Kiladze, Alexandra Posadzki, Andrew Willis, Jeff Gray, Tavia Grant, Kelly Grant, Tu Thanh Ha, Molly Hayes, Joe Friesen, Josh O'Kane and Susan Krashinsky Robertson, The Globe and Mail (The murders of Barry and Honey Sherman)
Silver: Theo Argitis, Greg Quinn, Maciej Onoszko, Erik Hertzberg, Josh Wingrove, Natalie Wong, Kevin Orland, Lily Jamali, Katia Dmitrieva, Dan Moss, Katherine Greifeld, Allison McNeely, Doug Alexander, Anny Kuo, Luke Kawa, Marc Perrier, Kristine Owram, Rita Devlin, Linly Lin and Courtney Dentch, Bloomberg News (Bank of Canada rate hike)
Gold: Rita Trichur, Report on Business magazine
Silver: Eric Reguly, The Globe and Mail
Gold: Charlie Wilkins, Report on Business magazine ("Home of the Strange")
Silver: Claire Brownell, Adrian Humphreys and Jake Edmiston, Financial Post ("Two legacies, one dark mystery — the deaths of Barry and Honey Sherman")
Gold: Danielle Bochove, Bloomberg News ("The ghost town Tesla is bringing back to life")
Silver: Susan Krashinsky-Robertson, The Globe and Mail ("Saying Goodbye:Kanata paper founded by 14-year-old is one casualty of Postmedia-Torstar deal")
Personal finance and investing
Gold: Sarah Efron, The Globe and Mail ("Only the wealthy? The truth about the Liberals' proposed small-business tax reforms")
Silver: David Milstead, The Globe and Mail (Investing columns)
Gold: Marina Strauss, Report on Business magazine ("Inside the messy transformation of Tim Hortons")
Silver: Tavia Grant, The Globe and Mail ("Canada's deadliest jobs")
Gold: Jacqueline Nelson, The Globe and Mail ("Mark Machin: Appetite for risk")
Silver: Claire Brownell, Financial Post ("Vitalik Buterin: Cryptocurrency prophet")
Gold: Mike Hager, Nathan VanderKlippe, Jill Mahoney, Matthew McClearn, Barrie McKenna, David Parkinson, Janet McFarland, Tamsin McMahon and Tim Kiladze, The Globe and Mail (Housing)
Silver: Sarah Efron, Brenda Bouw, Chris Hannay and Bill Curry, The Globe and Mail ("Small business tax changes")
We'd like to give a huge thank-you to our judges: Greg Bonnell, Mark Brown, Lynn Cunningham, Henry Dubroff, Chelsea Emery, Pete Evans, Max Fawcett, Derek Finkle, David Friend, Lee-Anne Goodman, Megan Griffith Greene, Murad Hemmadi, Ken Hunt, Steve Ladurantaye, Amanda Lang, Andree Lau, Tracey Lindeman, James Madore, Susan Nerberg, Mira Oberman, Joanna Ossinger, Neil Parmar, David Scanlan, Cory Schouten, Anna Sharratt, Caleb Silver and Marty Wolk.
About SABEW and SABEW Canada
The Society of American Business Editors and Writers (SABEW) is a 50-year-old organization with more than 3,000 members across the globe, including journalists from The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Reuters, CNN and others. A group of Canadian journalists launched SABEW Canada, SABEW's first international chapter, in 2014. We now have more than 250 members, among them reporters and editors from The Globe and Mail, Bloomberg, National Post, Maclean's, MoneySense, Canadian Press, the Wall Street Journal, BCBusiness and more.
SABEW Canada's mission is simple: We want to define and inspire excellence in business journalism. We do that by hosting educational events, teletraining sessions and networking events where business journalists can make new connections, and catch up with colleagues and friends.
SOURCE Society of American Business Editors and Writers (SABEW)
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