The Financial Post has earned four nominations in the Best in Business awards offered by the Canadian chapter of the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.

Claudia Cattaneo, the FP’s Calgary-based Western Business Columnist, won a nomination for the second time in three years, for her reporting on the energy beat.

Claire Brownell, a Financial Post reporter in Toronto, earned a nomination in the feature (short form) category for The End of Meat, her story about the precariousness of the livestock industry.

Financial Post writer Peter Kuitenbrouwer and photographer/videographer Peter J. Thompson earned a nomination in the multimedia category for their story on the vital role to North America’s industrial economy of the U.S.-owned lock at Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.

Kristine Owram earned a nomination in the investigative category for her story, How Bombardier Suppresses Information.

James Bagnall at the Ottawa Citizen, a Postmedia newspaper, earned a nomination in the same category for his story, Built to Fail, on a massive IT overhaul by the federal government that went awry.

The winners will be announced on April 19 in Toronto.

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