Entries open for the 2023 Canadian Hillman Prize

Submissions due Jan. 15 Continue Reading Entries open for the 2023 Canadian Hillman Prize

Journalists or organizations that published investigative work in 2022 “in service of the common good” and leading to public policy change are eligible for the $5,000 award. The winner will receive a certificate at a March 30 ceremony in Toronto and be invited to attend the U.S. awards reception in New York City.

Past winners include Nicholas Hune-Brown, who won the 2022 prize for The Shadowy Business of International Education, published by The Walrus, The Globe and Mail’s Grant Robertson for the investigation ‘We are not prepared’: The flaws inside Public Health that hurt Canada’s readiness for COVID-19 and Garth Mullins, Sam Fenn, Lisa Hale, Alexander B. Kim, Ryan McNeil, Laura Shaver and Chereece Keewatin who won the 2020 award for Crackdown episodes Change Intolerance (Parts 1 and 2).

There is no entry fee.

Visit the Sidney Hillman Foundation website for more information about how to apply by Jan. 15, 2023.