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An exterior of The Globe and Mail world headquarters, 444 Front Street West, Toronto, July 9, 2014.Randall Moore/The Globe and Mail

The Globe and Mail has won the financial publication of the year award presented by the CFA Society of Toronto, which represents chartered financial analysts.

The award is given to the Canadian publication whose work "helps consumers and advisers to gain a better understanding of the investment profession." The other finalists were Canadian Business and MoneySense magazine.

The Globe's Rob Carrick was also among the finalists for the financial journalist of the year award. Mr. Carrick has been writing about personal finance, business and economics for more than 20 years. He joined the Globe's Report on Business in 1996 as an investment reporter and later became a personal finance columnist.

"This award recognizes the Report on Business for what it is; the best source of business and investing news in Canada," said Paul Waldie, editor of Report on Business. "And Rob is among our best. He pulls no punches and every day his work helps Canadians figure out what to do with their money, and what not to do."

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