The Globe and Mail won five gold SABEW Canada Best in Business awards at a ceremony in Toronto on Wednesday.
Janet McFarland, The Globe’s real estate reporter, won for beat reporting. Susan Krashinsky Robertson and Shane Dingman won for their short feature on Providr, a Toronto website that bet it can beat Facebook’s algorithm change.
Christine Dobby won for her profile of Darren Entwistle, the CEO of Telus, in the Report on Business magazine. For investigations, Jeff Jones, Jeff Lewis, Renata D’Aliesio and Chen Wang won for their piece on aging oil and gas wells.
The Globe also won in the breaking news category for its coverage of NAFTA by reporters Adrian Morrow, Robert Fife, Stephanie Nolen, Barrie McKenna, Eric Atkins, James Bradshaw, Andrew Willis, Tim Kiladze, David Parkinson, Josh O’Kane, Sean Silcoff, Susan Krashinsky Robertson, Rob Carrick, John Ibbitson and Campbell Clark.
Other winners included Zane Schwartz of The Logic for best young journalist and the Financial Post’s Claudia Cattaneo, who received an outstanding achievement award.