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...

Applications now accepted for the 2011 Michener Awards

Daily and weekly newspapers are invited to enter the 2011 Michener Awards. The application deadline for the Michener Award for public service journalism and...

Star, Globe and Cyberpresse win at COPA

News media outlets were honoured last week at the second annual Canadian Online Publishing Awards . Websites competed in 11 categories in three different...

Murray Brewster wins Ross Munro Award

Murray Brewster, a reporter in Ottawa with The Canadian Press news agency, has been named the 2010 winner of the Ross Munro Award for...

Globe and Mail and UBC j-students win at this year’s Emmy...

The Globe and Mail and a group of journalism students from the University of British Columbia were honoured at the Emmy awards this week....

Finalists for online journalism awards announced

The Toronto Star, Vancouver Sun, Cyberpresse and CBC News are among the finalists for the 2010 Online Journalism Awards presented by the Online News...

SNA honours Canadian Newspapers

Canadians led the way as award recipients at the Suburban Newspapers of America fall publishers’ conference in Philadelphia. Editor of the Year awards were...