CJFE honours Cameroon journalists

Two jailed Cameroon journalists were released last week just one day before they were honoured with a press freedom award from Canadian Journalists for...

News Canada sponsors the 2011 Canadian Community Newspaper Awards

The Canadian Community Newspapers Association (CCNA) is pleased to announce that News Canada has renewed its commitment to the Canadian Community Newspaper Awards (formerly...

The Citizen Lab wins CJFE award

The Citizen Lab, a research initative based at the University of Toronto's Munk School of Global Affairs, has been awarded the 2010 Vox Libera...

Entries now open for the Goff Penny Young Journalists Prizes

Let your young staffers know that entries are now open for the 2010 Hon. Edward Goff Penny Memorial Prizes for Young Journalists. The annual...

Gord Hoekstra wins the Jack Webster Award

Prince George Citizen (BC) investigative reporter Gord Hoekstra won the Jack Webster Award for excellence in business, industry and economics reporting. Hoekstra, a National...

Stephen Brunt receives Gemini Award

Long-time Globe and Mail journalist Stephen Brunt has received a Gemini Award for his video essay documenting the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver,...

Introducing the Canadian Community Newspaper Awards

The Better Newspapers Competition is now the Canadian Community Newspaper Awards. The new name brings the program in line with similar national awards competitions...

Changes to Great Ideas awards

For the first time in 2011, the Great Ideas Awards will be accepting submissions from Canadian Community Newspapers Association as well as Canadian Newspaper...

Toronto Star honoured at Online Journalism Awards

The Toronto Star beat out NPR, ProPublica, Time.com, and the Washington Post to claim the prize for best Online Video Journalism, in the large...

Prairie Post journalist recieves The Peter Gzowski Life Literacy Fellowship

Swift Current (AB) Prairie Post journalist Susan Quinlan is the first recipient of The Peter Gzowski Life Literacy Fellowship. Quinlan's winning editorial proposal addressed...