2021 National Newspaper Awards winners announced

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TORONTO — The 2022 National Newspaper Awards were handed out Friday night: Here’s a list of the winners. — Arts and entertainment: Kate Taylor, Globe and Mail. –E.

TORONTO — The 2022 National Newspaper Awards were handed out Friday night: Here’s a list of the winners.

— Arts and entertainment: Kate Taylor, Globe and Mail.

— E. Cora Hind Prize for rhythmic reporting: Améli Pineda and Magdaline Boutros, Le Devoir.

— Latest news: The London Free Press.

— Breaking News Photo: Tim Krochak, Halifax Chronicle Herald.

— Business: Greg McArthur, Tim Kiladze, Joe Castaldo and Wendy Stueck, Globe and Mail.

— Mary Ann Shadd Cary Award for Chronicles, portfolio: Karyn Pugliese, National Observer.

— Editorial cartoon, portfolio: Bruce MacKinnon, Halifax Chronicle Herald.

— Claude Ryan Award for Editorial Writing, Portfolio: David Ebner, Globe and Mail.

— Explanatory work: Tu Thanh Ha, Globe and Mail.

— Feature photo: Evan Buhler, RMO Today.

— General News Photo: Nathan Denette, The Canadian Press.

— Norman Webster Award for International Reporting: Mark MacKinnon, Globe and Mail.

— George Brown Prize for Investigations: Tavia Grant, Tom Cardoso and David Milstead, Globe and Mail.

— Local reporting: Tanya Foubert, Evan Buhler and Greg Colgan of RMO Today.

— William Southam Award for Feature Film: Tori Marlan, Capital Daily.

— John Wesley Dafoe Prize for Politics: Althia Raj, Toronto Star.

— Presentation/Design: Nathan Pilla, Kelsey Wilson and Tania Pereira, Toronto Star.

— John Honderich Prize for Project of the Year: La Presse.

— Bob Levin Short Film Award: Marcus Gee, Globe and Mail.

— Sports: Grant Robertson and Rachel Brady, Globe and Mail.

— Sports photo: Melissa Tait.

— Sustained media coverage: Andrea Woo, Marcus Gee and Ian Brown, Globe and Mail.

This report from The Canadian Press was first published on May 6, 2022

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