SABEW Canada names Best in Business finalists

SABEW Canada names Best in Business finalists

The Canadian chapter of the Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing announced Friday the finalists for its ninth annual Best in Business Awards competition, recognizing outstanding business reporting published and produced in 2022.

SABEW received a record number of entries – nearly 200 in total – beating its own best-ever count from last year.

Thanks to everyone who submitted work despite tightened budgets and expanded workloads. SABEW is grateful as well to its 38 volunteer judges, all highly respected and experienced business journalists who’ve worked for Canadian and U.S. news organizations.

SABEW will celebrate the BIB Canada 2022 finalists and announce the winners on July 11, 2023, at The Pilot in Toronto, handily located near Bay subway station, with paid parking available nearby.

Here (in alphabetical order by media organization) are the finalists for this year’s BIB Canada awards:

Audio or Visual Storytelling
Kyle Bakx, CBC News
Flipping the switch: Why it’s so difficult for remote communities to end their reliance on diesel power
Danielle Nerman, Jennifer Keene, CBC News
The cost of living: Why nonsense brand names actually make a lot of sense
Rob Carrick, Roma Luciw, Kyle Fulton, Kiran Rana, Emily Jackson, Zahra Khozema, The Globe and Mail
Stress Test seasons 5 and 6

Beat Reporting
Jake Edmiston, Financial Post
The business of food
Chris Hannay, The Globe and Mail
Small Business
Alexandra Posadzki, The Globe and Mail

Jeff Sanford Best Young Journalist
Rosa Saba, The Canadian Press

Breaking News Coverage
Barbara Shecter, Joe Hood, Financial Post
CannTrust trial vaporizes in latest failure of Canada’s white-collar crime regime
James Bradshaw, Tim Kiladze, David Milstead, The Globe and Mail
Inside Scotiabank’s succession drama that stunned Bay Street
David Reevely, Claire Brownell, The Logic
Ottawa’s crackdown on the Freedom Convoy’s finances

David Milstead, The Globe and Mail
David Parkinson The Globe and Mail
Martin Patriquin, The Logic
Quebec Ink

Editorial Newsletter
Sarah Laing, Andrew Cruickshank, Srivindhya Kolluru, Canadian Business
The Evolution
Erica Alini, The Globe and Mail
MoneySmart Bootcamp
The Logic Newsroom, The Logic
The Logic Briefing

Feature (long-form)
Natalie Obiko Pearson, Ekow Dontoh, Dhwani Pandya, Bloomberg News
What happens to your recycled clothing
Stephen Kimber, Joe Castaldo, The Globe and Mail
Donald Sobey’s victim tells his story
Richard Warnica, The Toronto Star
Toronto’s airport is now worst in the world for delays

Feature (short-form)
Jake Edmiston, Financial Post
A grape’s journey
Irene Galea, The Globe and Mail
Toronto’s housing crisis of 1922 was rooted in policies that still make homes unaffordable in 2022
Deborah Aarts, Report on Business Magazine
Equifruit: the small startup taking on Big Banana

Natalie Obiko Pearson, Bloomberg News
International schools have a racism problem
Greg McArthur, Andrew Willis, The Globe and Mail
Ford government’s appointment of Heather Zordel as OSC chair prompts resignations
Josh O’Kane, Mike Hager, The Globe and Mail

Outstanding Achievement
Garry Marr, CoStar News

Adena Ali, Ian Bickis, Brett Bundale, Tara Deschamps, Christopher Reynolds and Amanda Stephenson, The Canadian Press
Inflation series
David Reevely, Anita Balakrishnan, Jesse Snyder and Catherine McIntyre, The Logic
Broken links: Inside Canada’s supply chain crisis
Christine Dobby, The Toronto Star
Risky business

Personal Finance
Erica Alini, The Globe and Mail
Starting out as a young adult is incredibly expensive in 2022. We crunched the numbers
Clare O’Hara, The Globe and Mail
Banks block online sale of cash ETFs that compete with bank savings products
Jason Heath, MoneySense
“Ask a Planner” column

Ari Altstedter, Bloomberg News
Frank Gehry’s condo quest
Jason Kirby, The Globe and Mail
The wheat king
Jason Kirby, Report on Business Magazine
I will revive

Brian Platt, Arne Delfs, Bloomberg News
Germany’s pipeline problem
Martin Patriquin, The Logic
Caught on tape: Amazon exec threatened Marketplace shutdown in Canada if competition reforms go ahead
Niall McGee, The Globe and Mail
Critical minerals in Canada

Trade Article
Hélène Bigras-Dutrisac, Co-Star News
Quebec’s treasured sugar shacks face a sticky future
Jameson Berkow, The Globe and Mail
What a declining number of advisors means for the investment industry and clients
Jameson Berkow, The Globe and Mail
Retirement boom raises concerns over advisor compensation

(The Best Young Journalist Award is named after Financial Post and Canadian Business journalist Jeff Sanford, who died in 2018. The award is generously supported by Jeff’s family.)

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