Elizabeth McSheffrey is a multimedia journalist from Ottawa passionate about human rights, current affairs and travel. You can find her bylines all over the world, from the Canadian Prairies to the coast of East Africa. Her work has been nominated for a series of national and international awards, including an outstanding investigative journalism award from the Canadian Association of Journalists and an AITO Young Travel Writer of the Year Award. In 2016, she co-won a Best News Coverage prize at the Canadian Online Publishing Awards and a Clements Award for Media. This year, she took home a silver prize at the COPAs for investigative work on the Husky Energy oil spill, and was a lead author on one of the largest national journalism collaborations in Canadian history, examining the regulatory infractions and human impacts of the oil and gas industry.