Newspaper reporters from four of Canada’s daily newspapers are among the recipients of this year’s CJF Tribute to Investigative Journalism. Each year the Canadian Journalism Foundation (CJF) honours media luminaries or organizations for their impact on the international stage. This year, in celebration of the remarkable journalism taking place across the country by reporters, editors and producers, the Tribute is recognizing journalism that has made a difference in Canada.
The winning newspaper journalists are:
- Kevin Donovan and Robyn Doolittle from the Toronto Star for Mayor Rob Ford in ‘crack cocaine’ video scandal;
- Sinclair Stewart and Dennis Choquette for Last Moments of Lac-Mégantic: Survivors Share Their Stories.
- Darcy Henton, Calgary Herald and Karen Kleiss, Edmonton Journal for Fatal Care
Additional winners include broadcast journalists from Radio-Canada, CTV News and CBC News. Click here for a complete list of all the winners.
The CJF Tribute recipients will be honoured at the 17th Annual CJF Awards on June 4 at The Fairmont Royal York in Toronto.