The Allan Slaight Prize for Journalism celebrates journalistic achievements by contributors to The Walrus. Launched in 2017 by the Slaight Family Foundation, the $10,000 prize is awarded to an independent journalist for their work researching, analyzing, and writing about some of the most important topics of our time. A jury of industry specialists reviews more than fifty long-form articles published by The Walrus each year and selects a longlist of ten stories, a shortlist of three finalists, and the recipient of the prize.
2019 Allan Slaight Prize for Journalism Shortlist
Are Breast Implants Making Women Sick?
New evidence suggests that doctors were wrong about one of the most popular cosmetic surgeries in the world
The History of Food in Canada Is the History of Colonialism
This country has spent centuries destroying Indigenous food systems. What would it take to restore them?