JHM Awards: The Link named finalist in seven categories; winners TBA

The Link is up for 7 John H. McDonald Awards for Excellence in Student Journalism this year. The winners will be announced at the annual NASH student journalism conference, which runs February 17-19. Congratulations to our 8 nominees as well as all our talented editors, staff, and contributors whose work has been recognized as some of the best Canadian student journalism has to offer.

We invite you to catch up on the pieces that are in contention:

CWA Award for Labour Reporting: 

Concordia to Repossess Downtown Daycare by Autumn Darey

Sex workers: Neglected victims of the pandemic by Sara Eldabaa

News Reporting Award: Concordia renews contract with notorious prison food provider by Olivia Integlia

Indigenous Reporting Award: Inuit Voices Denounce the Health Crisis in Nunavut by Marianne Liendo-Dufort

Photo of the Year: A vigil for Shireen Abu Akleh by Caroline Marsh

Prize for Digital Storytelling:  Anti Police Brutality Protest by Aude Simon

Student Journalist of the Year: Mohammad Khan

Photojournalist of the Year: Ivan de Jacquelin

Good luck to all our nominees!

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