The Coast Wins Top Investigative Award From Canadian Association of Journalists

This weekend at the Canadian Association of Journalists awards ceremony The Coast‘s story “A Trust Betrayed” by Tim Bousquet — which described former Halifax mayor Peter Kelly’s suspect practices as the executioner of a family friend’s estate — won the top prize for investigative journalism in 2012.

Bousquet also won the 2012 Don McGillivray Award, which is selected from the winners of the CAJ’s investigative categories.

“A Trust Betrayed” has also been nominated for a 2012 Michener Award for meritorious public service journalism.

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