A great reportage of the digital team to Quebecor nomination Contest canadian journalism

News 19 March, 2018
  • Students on ice/Canada C3


    Monday, march 19, 2018 17:23

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    The digital team of Quebecor was learned on Monday that his record entitled “Journey to the end of the ice,” earned a nomination for the grand prize of the canadian journalism (National Newspaper Awards) for the quality of its presentation.

    This report was published last October on the site of the Journal de Montréal.

    Caroline G. Murphy

    A sunset in the heart of the arctic ocean, to the north of the 63rd parallel. Photo to 23, in August 2017.

    The prestigious competition honours the best in canadian journalism since 1949.

    The report presents the nine-day journey to the fringes of the Arctic of our colleague Caroline G. Murphy, who is on board an icebreaker in the margin of the shipping Canada C3.

    Polar bears, arctic wildlife in danger, light in the arctic circle and north of the 63rd parallel have been put forward with a series of photos and videos are breathtaking. Everything is presented in an original and innovative way on a microsite designed especially for the project.

    Michelle Munkittrick – Students on ice/Canada C3

    Two polar bears crossed on the ice floe off the Baffin island during the passing of our colleague Caroline G. Murphy to the edge of the shipping Canada C3.

    If you have not had the chance to see Journey to the end of the ice – 9 days by boat in the Arctic, it is available here.

    The presentation of this great record has been made by Henri Michaud, Patrick Bertrand and Caroline G. Murphy, under the supervision of Benoit Dussault and Hugo Miller.

    Michelle Munkittrick – Students on ice/Canada C3

    Kaylie, 9-year-old resident of Qikiqtarjuaq, in Nunavut.

    The team responsible for the development, moreover, has produced some microsites originals in order to present the work of our teams in an interactive manner.

    A first big issue had been made in the margin of the passage of hurricane Matthew, who had hit Haiti in October 2016.

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    Another testified to the closure of the legendary Bowling Champion in Longueuil in may 2017.

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    This year, the Globe and Mail tops the nominations with 18 mentions, followed by the Toronto Star (12) and The Press (8).

    The winners will be announced on 4 may next year in Toronto.