In the 2013 Best in Business contest, the Globe and Mail, won three awards.
In the category of newspaper features, Nathan VanderKlippe won first prize for his piece, “Down the line: how TransCanada fumbled the Keystone pipeline project.”
With graphics, video, photo galleries and solid reporting, a complex story is told with accuracy and a human touch. Experience the full report here.
What the judges said:
Highly readable and relevant project whose ambitions are as big as the proposed pipeline itself. The reporter consistently delivers on those ambitions with insights gleaned by simply spending time with people living and working along the pipeline’s trail. No one side wines out in this one, no one hero or villain emerges; instead, a complex issue is explained well and brought to life.
Travel with VanderKlippe: A long journey down the controversial Keystone XL pipeline route