We don’t break news. We build stories. Our investigations and feature stories are thoughtfully chosen based on our expertise, partnerships we’ve built over years, and where we believe we can make the most impact.
We delve deeper and tell our stories in new and experimental ways. For every project, we partner with media organizations that are the best fit for each story, leading to a diverse range of audiences and a variety of mediums.
Supply chains / documentary
Medical Supply Crisis
Produced by the Global Reporting Centre, the PBS series FRONTLINE, and Associated Press, this documentary is a joint investigation examining the failures and unheeded warnings of a system at risk.
Winner of the Investigative Reporters and Editors Award, the top investigative journalism prize in North America.
Photo: AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki
Indigenous Rights / Docuseries
Short films about alcohol use, addiction, and healing in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories. This project uses an approach we call “empowerment journalism” to leave key editorial, directorial, and production decisions in the hands of the storytellers themselves. Aired in partnership with PBS NewsHour, and first screened in Yellowknife.
Winner of a national Edward R. Murrow Award for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
Public Health / series
This series incorporates written features, data visualizations, and short documentaries to look at the wide-ranging impacts of an aging world.
Produced by the Global Reporting Program’s 2021/2022 fellows and published in partnership with The Globe and Mail.
Photo: Yejin Jo