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CTV’s Fife wins CAJ investigative journalism prize: Heard on the Hill

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Here comes trouble: CTV Parliamentary bureau chief Bob Fife picked up his second award in as many weeks for his work unravelling the Senate expenses scandal.

After taking home the Charles Lynch Journalism Award at the Parliamentary Press Gallery dinner May 3, Mr. Fife, who also hosts CTV’s Question Period, was recognized again May 10 at the Canadian Association of Journalists’ annual awards in Vancouver. He took the top award for investigative journalism for his reporting that revealed the $90,000 cheque former PMO chief of staff Nigel Wright paid to cover suspended Senator Mike Duffy’s housing expense claims.

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CTV’s Fife wins CAJ investigative journalism prize: Heard on the Hill

The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Here comes trouble: CTV Parliamentary bureau chief Bob Fife picked up his second award in as many weeks for his work unravelling the Senate expenses scandal.

After taking home the Charles Lynch Journalism Award at the Parliamentary Press Gallery dinner May 3, Mr. Fife, who also hosts CTV’s Question Period, was recognized again May 10 at the Canadian Association of Journalists’ annual awards in Vancouver. He took the top award for investigative journalism for his reporting that revealed the $90,000 cheque former PMO chief of staff Nigel Wright paid to cover suspended Senator Mike Duffy’s housing expense claims.

  
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Tuesday, May 5, 2015
HILL LIFE & PEOPLE SLIDESHOWS
Press Freedom Advocates Look Back on a Bloody Year May 4, 2015

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The Château Laurier was filled with journalists and press freedom advocates Thursday, April 30.
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Don Newman moderated the luncheon again this year.
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The Globe and Mail's Shawn McCarthy, Canada Council of the Arts' Simon Brault, and AP's Kathy Gannon, accepting the 17th annual Canadian World Press Freedom Award.
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AP reporter Kathy Gannon giving a speech about what press freedom means to her, during the luncheon.
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University of Ottawa's Anne McIlroy, Free the Children's Shelley Page, and Maclean's Sue Allan.
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University of Ottawa professor Tolga Yalkin, and Global News' Jacques Bourbeau.
Courtesy of the Canadian Committee for World Press Freedom
First place cartoon in the international cartoon competition, Signe Wilkinson.
Courtesy of the Canadian Committee for World Press Freedom
Second place cartoon in the international cartoon competition, Elchicotriste.
Courtesy of the Canadian Committee for World Press Freedom
Third place cartoon in the international cartoon competition, Ebrahim Ghanei.
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House Speaker's D.Comms Heather Bradley, Andrew House, and Chris Day.
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Earnscliffe's Geoff Norquay and Hugh Scott from RX&D.
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Kristie Jones and Katie Tenenhouse of Reporters Without Borders.
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Mohamed Fahmy joined the celebrations via video message.

MICHAEL DE ADDER'S TAKE