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26 March 2015,     TORONTO
Nominees announced for SABEW Best In Business Awards
The Society of American Business Editors and Writers (SABEW) have announced the nominees for the first-ever Canadian Best In Business competition, which is a celebration of the best business reporting, published or broadcast in 2014.

"There's no other awards contest like this in Canada," Bryan Borzykowski, chair of SABEW Canada and a member of SABEW's board of governors said. "This is a chance for business journalists to showcase their work and have it judged by their peers."

A total of 26 finalists in nine categories are up for awards, selected from almost a hundred applicants.

Winners will be announced at the Best In Business awards reception on April 15 at Valdez in Toronto. Business journalists who are interested in attending can register online. It will cost $10 for SABEW members and $30 for non-members.

And the nominees are:

Beat reporting
  • Claudia Cattaneo, Energy, Financial Post
  • Marina Strauss, Retail, The Globe and Mail
  • Doug Alexander, Banking, Bloomberg
Commentary
  • Eric Reguly, Report on Business
  • James Cowan, Canadian Business
  • Jason Kirby, Maclean's
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  • Chester Dawson and Amy Harder, Selling Canada's Crude, Wall Street Journal
  • Edward Greenspon, Andrew Mayeda, Rebecca Penty, Theophilos Argitis, Jeremy van Loon and Hugo Miller, Energy Super Power, Bloomberg
  • Sunny Freeman, Zi-Ann Lum and Daniel Tencer, Working Poor, Huffington Post Canada
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