The Michener Awards, Canada’s highest award for Public Service Journalism, and the University of King’s College, Halifax, are pleased to co-host an intimate conversation with recent Michener laureates to hear about the real and immediate change their stories have made. In a world of wrongful accusations, systemic racism, online predators and injustices against our most vulnerable, these journalists have gotten to the heart of the story and made positive change for public good. Join Canada’s top journalists for a behind the scenes glimpse into how they made it happen.
- Kenneth Jackson and Cullen Crozier – APTN
- Kathy Tomlinson – The Globe and Mail
- Gabrielle Ducharme and Caroline Touzin – La Presse
- Tim Bousquet – Halifax Examiner
- Ethan Cox – Ricochet Media
Join us Tuesday, November 16 at 6:30 p.m. AST at Alumni Hall in the New Academic Building of the University of King’s College campus, 6350 Coburg Rd., Halifax, NS.
Masks and proof of vaccination required.
Unable to attend this event in person? This event will be livestreamed on YouTube.