Emma Jarratt is an investigative multimedia journalist in Toronto. She holds a Master of Journalism from Toronto Metropolitan University and a Bachelor of Arts from Carleton University. Emma is the Executive Editor of Electric Autonomy Canada and previously freelanced in print and broadcast, specifically concentrating on investigations, the green energy and transportation sector, conflicts and politics.
Emma’s work has been nominated for a series of national awards; most recently a National Magazine Award in 2021 for her work appearing in Electric Autonomy, a Canadian Association of Journalists Award in 2019 for her work on Medical Disorder, an investigative series that appeared in the Toronto Star and a Canadian Screen Award in 2018 for her work on Vancouver’s opioid crisis, which appeared on CTV’s investigative news program, W5.
In 2014 Emma won the High North Journalism Award, which took her to Norway where she reported on political, economic and environmental issues from the Arctic Circle countries.
Previously, Emma worked for some of Canada’s largest news outlets including CTV, the Toronto Star, The Globe and Mail and VICE. She has reported from eight countries and has lived abroad in Switzerland, the U.K. and Norway.