Globe and Mail wins CJF Jackman Award for Excellence in Journalism

The Globe and Mail is this year’s recipient of the CJF Jackman Award for Excellence in Journalism in the large-media category, presented at the annual Canadian Journalism Foundation Awards. Its “Unfounded” investigation exposed systemic flaws in the ways police handle sexual assault complaints.

For her work on the “Unfounded” series, Globe and Mail reporter Robyn Doolittle was also recognized with The Landsberg Award, which celebrates exceptional coverage of women’s equality issues. The award is presented by the CJF in association with the Canadian Women’s Foundation.

To find out all this year’s winners, please click here.