Globe and Mail wins CJF Jackman Award for Excellence in Journalism.

The winners of the 2018 Canadian Journalism Foundation Awards were announced on June 14, 2018.

The CJF Jackman Award for Excellence in Journalism in the large-media category was presented to the Globe and Mail for its Unfounded investigation. The award honours a Canadian organization that embodies exemplary journalism with a resulting impact on the community it serves.

Globe and Mail reporter Robyn Doolittle was also recognized with The Landsberg Award for her work in the Unfounded series. The award celebrates exceptional coverage of women’s equality issues.

The new CJF-Facebook Journalism Project News Literacy Award was given to Radio-Canada for its weekly program Corde sensible. The program confronts misinformation and false stories on social media networks.

The Lifetime Achievement Award was presented to Peter Mansbridge, former anchor of The National and chief correspondent for CBC News, for his longtime broadcast career and contributions to the industry.

For a list of all winners, visit the CJF website.

Spencer Turcotte is J-Source's summer reporter/researcher. He can be reached at, and on Twitter @turcottespencer.