TORONTO, April 20, 2017 /CNW/ – The Society of American Business Editors and Writers (SABEW) Canada would like to congratulate the winners of the third annual Best in Business Canada competition.

Our awards show, hosted at Baro in Toronto on Wednesday night, saw more than 100 journalists in attendance — our largest crowd ever. The event is the only one of its kind in Canada to honour business journalism.

In addition to thanking all of our members and attendees for a great night, SABEW Canada would also like to thank the sponsors of Wednesday’s event, including TD Bank, CNW, Accenture, Fidelity Investments Canada,, Ivey Business Journal, the Schulich School of Business, Longview Communications, and Le Germain Hotels.

Below are the winners for each category.

Beat Reporting
Financial Post
Claudia Cattaneo
Coverage of Canada’s Energy Industry

Canadian Business
Deborah Aarts
The Realist Column

Feature (Long-form)
Canadian Business
Joe Castaldo
The Last Days of Target

Feature (Short-form)
Financial Post
Claire Brownell
The End of Meat

The Globe and Mail
Kathy Tomlinson
B.C Housing Investigation

Financial Post
Peter Kuitenbrouwer and Peter J. Thompson
The Sault Ste. Marie Locks

Package or Ongoing Series
Bloomberg News
Natalie Obiko Pearson, Katia Dmitrieva and Gerrit de Vynck
Real Estate

Personal Finance/Investing
Julie Cazzin, Mark Brown, Dan Bortolotti, Bryan Borzykowski, David Fielding and David Thomas
Personal Finance

The Globe and Mail
James Bradshaw and Christine Dobby

The Society of American Business Editors and Writers (SABEW) is a 53-year-old organization with more than 3,000 members across the globe. Journalists from The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Reuters, CNN and other organizations, big and small, are involved in the organization.

About SABEW Canada
A group of Canadian journalists launched SABEW Canada, SABEW’s first international chapter, in 2014. We now have more than 200 members, among them reporters and editors from The Globe and Mail, National Post, Canadian Business, Maclean’s, MoneySense, Bloomberg, Canadian Press, the Wall Street Journal and more.

SABEW Canada’s mission statement is simple: We want to define and inspire excellence in business journalism. We do that by hosting educational events with company chief executives, leading business journalists and well-known politicians, among others. We also offer teletraining to members to help improve their skills, and hold networking events where business journalists can make new connections, as well as catch up with colleagues and friends.

For further information: Dawn Calleja at or 416-554-6450.