Fifth Estate wins the 2019 Mindset Award for Workplace Mental Health Reporting

LONDON, ON, May 30, 2020 /CNW/ -A A Fifth Estate investigation that led the Ontario Government to establish a review of the workplace culture of the Ontario Provincial Police has won the 2019 Mindset Awards for Workplace mental health reporting. The investigation revealed that 12 OPP officers had killed themselves since Ontario's ombudsman first raised the alarm about OPP officers' mental health in 2012.A  CBC News: The Fifth Estate a?? Officer Down, reported by Mark Kelley, with producer Timothy Sawa and associate producer Kimberly Ivany, took the main Mindset award at a virtual gala Saturday evening. Mark Kelley said: "We are very proud of this documentary and we think this award is a tribute to the courage of those who shared their painful stories with us. It is, indeed, a badge of honour." An independent jury also awarded two honourable mentions a?? both to finalists from other parts of the CBC. The Mindset Award for Workplace Mental Health Reporting is offered annually by the Canadian Journalism Forum on Violence and Trauma, which produces Mindset: Reporting on Mental Health, a guide widely used in newsrooms and journalism schools across Canada, along with En-TA?te : reportage et santA© mentale, its French equivalent. The En-TA?te awards were announced at the beginning of May. The Mindset and En-TA?te awards are sponsored by Workplace Strategies for Mental Health, compliments of Canada Life (formerly known as the Great-West Life Centre for Workplace Mental Health) which serves as a source for journalists working on stories on the topic.
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