Journalists Charles-Éric Blais-Poulin and Marissa Groguhé won an En-Tête prize, which rewards the best reports on the subject of mental health, while the quality of the report by their colleague Ariane Lacoursière was highlighted with a special mention. , Monday.
Charles-Éric Blais-Poulin and Marissa Groguhé were nominated in the “mental health report at work” category for their dossier “Wave of suicides among stage artisans: when the curtain falls forever”, published on January 29, 2022. They addressed a recent wave of suicides in the small milieu of technicians in the field of the performing arts.
Ariane Lacoursière was nominated in the “Youth mental health reporting” category for her report “When anxiety gnaws at young people” on the steady increase in the number of young people suffering from anxiety in Quebec over the past fifteen years. .
Radio-Canada also distinguished itself by winning a prize and an honorable mention.
The finalists were chosen from the 32 entries submitted this year for the Headline Awards.
The award ceremony will take place in Montreal on June 1st. The winners will be interviewed by well-known retired Radio-Canada journalist Raymond Saint-Pierre.