According to the Edmonton Journal, Klinkenberg ” joined the Journal as a senior reporter in February, was nominated in the category of arts and entertainment reporting for a feature about John Richardson, the British art historian who helped orchestrate the first major modern art exhibition in Canada. This is the 11th nomination Klinkenberg has received for an Atlantic Journalism Award; all of the work was done for the New Brunswick Telegraph-Journal. This is also the fourth year in a row Klinkenberg has been nominated for an Atlantic Journalism Award. In 2008 and 2010 he won for arts and entertainment writing and in 2009 he won for sports writing. In 2008, he was the only person in the 30-year history of the awards to be nominated in four categories: commentary, features, sports and arts and entertainment.” He is currently adding another category to his repetoire by covering the upcoming provincial election for the Journal. The winner will be announced at an awards gala on May 5 at the Delta hotel in Fredericton.