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Air Canada Award
Winner: Gregory Scofield
ARTHUR ELLIS AWARD
This year's award went to L.R. Wright for Mother Love,
the eighth novel in her series about RCMP Sgt. Karl Alberg.
BANFF MOUNTAIN BOOK FESTIVAL
Winners of the 3rd annual Banff Mountain Book Festival were announced
on October 31.
GRAND PRIZE: Himalaya Alpine Style, Stephen Venables,
Andy Fanshawe (U.K.).
MOUNTAIN LITERATURE: Into the Wild, Jon Krakauer
MOUNTAIN EXPOSITION: Dawson's Guide to Colorado's Fouteeners,
Louis Dawson (U.S.A.).
MOUNTAIN IMAGE: Tibetan Portrait: The Power of Compassion,
Phil Borges (U.S.A.).
ADVENTURE TRAVEL: Voyage of a Summer Sun, Robin
SPECIAL JURY MENTION: Alaska Ascents,
edited by Bill Sherwonit (U.S.A.).
BANFF NATIONAL PARK AWARD: Hiker's Guide to Art of the
Canadian Rockies, Lisa Christensen (Can.).
CAA LITERARY AWARDS
DRAMA: The Last Adam, Vittorio Rossi, Nuage
NON-FICTION: Shadowmaker, Rosemary Sullivan,
FICTION: Mother Love, L.R. Wright, Doubleday
POETRY: Jerusalem, beloved, Di Brandt,
CANADIAN ETHNIC JOURNALISTS' AND WRITERS' CLUB
1996 Winners are:
Dale Brazao, reporter, The Toronto Star, for excellence
in investigative reporting.
Boris Hrybinsky, now editorial liaison for The Winnipeg
Free Press, for his work as managing editor of The Sudbury
Star, in encouraging cultural sensitivity in feature writers.
John Loncaric, producer of Zvuci Hrvatske, CHIN Radio,
for sustained excellence in 30 years of broadcasting to the Croatian
Mann Nacario, producer of the six-month-old magazine program
Philippine Sundae, CITY-TV, for the development of a lively,
informative community-oriented program.
Stan Papulkas, senior producer for Jumpcut, CFMT-TV,
for innovation and excellence in programming reflective of Italian
b, editor-in-chief, Magyarsag, for more than 40 years of
continuous excellence in producing an international weekly in Hungarian.
Tony Van, editor, Modesty Magazine, for continued
excellence in a monthly magazine for the Chinese community.
CANADIAN FARM WRITERS' FEDERATION AWARDS
Presented with awards on September 21 at the CFWF conference in
JACK MCPHERSON AWARD (Television news reporting)
Sponsored by Dow Elanco Canada
Gold: Bill Black, RDTV, Red Deer, AB
Silver: Dianne Finstad, RDTV, Red Deer, AB
Bronze: Rick Donkers, Manitoba Farm Report
ALICE SWITZER AWARD (News release)
Sponsored by United Farmers of Alberta Co-op Ltd.
Gold: Owen Roberts and Brett Nelson, University of Guelph
Silver: Jo-ella van Duren, University of Guelph
Bronze: Mark Kihn, Wild Rose Classic, AB
FRANK JACOBS AWARD (Press column)
Sponsored by Elanco Animal Health
Gold: D'arce McMillan, Regina Leader-Post
Silver: Douglas Powell, Farm & Country, ON
Bronze: Barry Wilson, Western Producer
O.R. EVANS AWARD (Press editorial)
Sponsored by Pioneer Hi-Bred
Gold: Ian Darling, Kitchener-Waterloo Record, ON
Silver: Garry Fairbairn, Western Producer
Bronze: Larry Thomas, Cattlemen Magazine
DICK BEAMISH AWARD (Press feature)
Sponsored by Monsanto Canada Inc.
Gold: John Morriss, Manitoba Cooperator
Silver: Tom Button, Farm & Country, ON
Bronze: Robert Irwin, Farm & Country, ON
JACK CRAM AWARD (Monthly press reporting)
Sponsored by Canadian Seed Growers' Association
Gold: Tom Button, Farm & Country, ON
Silver: Bernard Tobin, Farm & Country, ON
Bronze: Liz Boonstoppel-Pot, Ontario Dairy Farmer
Q.H. MARTINSON AWARD (Weekly Press reporting)
Sponsored by Manitoba Cooperator
Gold: Jim Romahn, Ontario Farmer
Silver: Patrick Gallagher, Ontario Farmer
Bronze: Laura Rance, Manitoba Cooperator
C.B. FAIRBAIRN AWARD (Daily press reporting)
Sponsored by Western Producer
Gold: Anne Douglas, Globe & Mail
Silver: D'arce McMillan, Regina Leader-Post
Bronze: Sharon Hill and Sarah Sacheli, Windsor Star
CANADIAN NURSES ASSOCIATION
Winners of the 9th annual CAN Media Awards for Excellence in Health
PRINT (FEATURE ARTICLE)
Award of Excellence: "Heart-to-heart," Sarah Green, The
Certificate of Merit: "Reprieve from Parkinson's," William
Harshaw, The Globe and Mail.
Award of Excellence: "The Smoking Gun," Garry Marr, Sarah
Green, Peter Cutler, Laurel Sherrer, Linda Williamson, The Ottawa
Certificate of Merit: "Second Chance," Sarah Green, The
Award of Excellence: "Vaccins: ce que l'on ne vous dit pas,"
Pierre Sormany, Québec Science.
Certificate of Merit: "Torn Between Two Worlds," Zsuzsi
Gartner, The Georgia Straight.
RADIO (SHORT REPORT)
Certificate of Merit: "Cervical Cancer: The STD Nobody Wants
to Talk About," James Cullingham, producer and Tricia Naylor,
reporter, CBC English Radio.
RADIO (LONG REPORT)
Award of Excellence: "Unnecessary Risk," Ira Basen, Producer,
Quirks and Quarks, CBC Radio.
TELEVISION (NEWS REPORT)
Award of Excellence: "Help Nurse," Catherine Clark, reporter,
First Edition, CBC Halifax.
Certificate of Merit: "Every Bandaid Counts," Ron Izawa,
reporter, The CBC Evening News; "Making a Match,"
Cheryl Jackson, reporter, The CBC Evening News.
TELEVISION (LONG REPORT)
Award of Excellence: "Découverte: Bactérie mangeuse
de chair," Francine Charron, producer, Socété
Certificate of Merit: "Marketplace: Drug Errors - A Lethal
Dose," Renée Pellerin, producer, CBC; "Le
cancer du sein: une question personnelle," Louise Shekter,
Media Solutions, Jocelyne Parent, TVOntario.
Award of Excellence: The National/Prime Time News - "Can
We Afford Medicare," (4 part series), Neil MacDonald and Hana
Gartner, journalists, Andrea Thiel, Sally Caudwell and Carmen Marrifield,
producers, Marijka Hurko, senior producer, Don Reynold, Director,
Certificate of Merit: "Surviving the Fear," Katherine
Jeans, Producer, Sound Venture Productions; "The Nature of
Things - Arthritis: Lives out of Joint,: David Tucker, producer,
INTERNATIONAL HEALTH REPORTING AWARD
Award of Excellence: "Vaccine Against Pregnancy," Ira
Basen, producer, CBC English Radio.
Certificate of Merit: "Rich Lady: Margaret De Jong's Life of
Joy," Don Cayo, writer, Julie Oliver, photographer, The
New Brunswick Reader.
CANADIAN RAILROAD HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT: David S. Wilkie
ARTICLE IN CRHA PUBLICATION: "The Philatelic Column,"
Hugues Bonin, Kingston Rail, November-December 1995.
CANADIAN SCENE AWARD
1996 winner is Isabel Vincent, Globe and Mail multiculaturalism
CANADIAN SOCIETY OF MAGAZINE EDITORS
EDITORS' CHOICE AWARDS:
Under-50,000: Ski Canada.
50,000-150,000: Cottage Life; honourable mention to Canadian
150,000+: Canadian Living; honourable mention to Saturday
DODI ROBB AWARD
Shirley Sharzer is the recipient of the 1996 Dodi Robb Award
announced at the CAJ Women in the Media Conference in Ottawa, Oct.
EVELYN RICHARDSON MEMORIAL LITERARY AWARD
Simone Poirier-Bures, That Shining Place, Oberon, 1995.
1996 winners are:
NORTEL GRAND PRIZE: The Saga of Life: The Unknown
World, Sveriges Television SVT, Sweden.
MINISTÈRE DE LA CULTURE ET DES COMMUNICATIONS AWARD
for the best Quebec scientific film: Toutatis, National Film
Board of Canada, Canada.
NORTEL AWARD for scientific excellence: The Man
Who Colors Stars, York Film, Great Britain.
TÉLÉ-QUÉBEC AWARD for excellence in film
or television: Meet the Real Penguins, TVNZ Natural History,
PRATT & WHITNEY for excellence in scientific popularization:
A Hole in Fred's Head, BBC Television, Great Britain.
SHELL CANADA AWARD for the best youth production:
Meet the Real Penguins, TVNZ Natural History, New Zealand.
SPAR AWARD for the best scientific research film:
Blood Vessels: The Carrier of Life, ICAM Co., Ltd., Japan.
CITY OF MONTRÉAL AWARD for the best scientific film on
the environment: Lightning, NOVA/WGBH-TV, United States.
CITY OF QUÉBEC AWARD for the best francophone scientific
film: La septième merveille du monde, Gédéon,
MINISTÈRE DE L'INDUSTRIE, DU COMMERCE, DE LA SCIENCE ET
DE LA TECHNOLOGIE AWARD for the best corporate film:
Voyage au coeur du gaz naturel, SDIG Audiovisuel, France.
TRIBUTE OF THE BIARRITZ FESTIVAL AWARD for the best Quebec
corporate film: Le Thermo-Sub, Les Productions Pierre
FLORENCE BIRD AWARD
Karen Levine, executive producer at CBC Radio for As It
Happens, received the first annual Florence Bird Award on March
8, 1996 in Ottawa for her exemplary work on women's human rights
GEMINI NEWS SERVICE INTERNSHIP
1996 Winner: Kanina Holmes
INTERNATIONAL WILDLIFE FILM FESTIVAL
Winners of the 19th IWFF Festival:
BEST OF FESTIVAL: King George's Animals, Scorer Associates.
BEST OF FESTIVAL, Second Place: Great White Shark,
National Geographic Television and the BBC.
BEST PHOTOGRAPHY: Lake of the Flies, Zebra Film Production.
BEST SCRIPT: A Monkey For All Seasons, BBC.
BEST EDITING: Jaguar: Year of the Cat, Thirteen/WNET.
BEST EDUCATIONAL VALUES: Web of the Spider Monkey,
Survival Anglia Ltd.
BEST SCIENTIFIC CONTENT: The Little Creatures Who Run
the World, Green Umbrella Ltd.
TELEVISION PROGRAM (LONG): Great White Shark, National
Geographic Television and BBC
TELEVISION PROGRAM (SHORT): Rainbow Warriors, BBC.
INDEPENDENT: Ritual of the Spring Tide, Silverwood
ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES/HUMAN DIMENSIONS (LONG): King George's
Animals, Scorer Associates.
ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES/HUMAN DIMENSIONS (SHORT): Legacy,
Across Borders Productions, Ltd.
TELEVISION SERIES: Wildlife on One, BBC.
CHILDREN'S PROGRAM: Big Five, Little Five, Paragon
Entertainment in Association with Maryland Public Television and
The Earth Creatures Company.
ORGANIZATION/AGENCY PRODUCTION: Voices of the Pantanal,
SCIENTIFIC TRAINING PROGRAM: Learning to Love the Creepy
Crawlies, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
JOHN HUMPHREY FREEDOM AWARD
Sultana Kamal, lawyer and women's rights activist of Bangladesh.
K.R. WILSON AWARDS
Sponsored by Canadian Business Press
Awards announced in June at Magazines University
Sponsored by Southam Magazine & Information Group
Gold: Biz, "Back to the Future," Wayne Narciso,
Arthur Kelly, John Starkey
Silver: Pharmacy Post, "Mail Order not The Villain,"
BEST MERCHANDISING OR MARKETING ARTICLE
Sponsored by CARD, The Media Information Network
Gold: CA Magazine, "The Culture Connection,"
Silver: Canadian Grocer, "Fresh Allure,"
Sonya Felix, Julie Cooper
BEST INDUSTRIAL.TECHNICAL ARTICLE
Sponsored by Canada Post Corp
Gold: CAD Systems, "Pirates Beware," Karen
Dalton, Susan Maclean
Silver: Print Action," Computer to Plate: Are
you Ready?" Jullian Mills
BEST PROFILE OF A COMPANY OR PERSON
Gold: CA Magazine, "Pick of the Patch,"
Brian Hutchinson, Tamar Satov
Silver: Marketing, "The Honeymooners," Lara
BEST REGULARLY FEATURED DEPARTMENT OR COLUMN
Sponsored by Cornerstone
Gold: Benefits Canada, "Insights," Caroline
Silver: OH&S Canada, "Law File," Hayley
Chandler, Marybeth Currie, William Glenn
Sponsored by Maclean Hunter Business Publishing
Gold: OH&S Canada, "When the Past Comes Back
to Haunt You," Nancy Robb
Silver: Pharmacy Practice, "Facing Discipline,"
Will Koteff, Elaine McNinch, Anne Bokma
BEST NEWS STORY
Sponsored by Friends of Canadian Business Press, Indas Ltd.
Gold: Motor Truck, "You're on Your Own," Barry
Silver: Quill & Quire, "Merge Ahead:" John
Sponsored by Transcontinental Printing
Gold: Machinery & Equipment MRO, "Dec. 1995:
Gearing up for the Year Ahead," Hannele Lappalainen, Bill Roebuck
Silver: Canadian Machinery & Metalworking, "Dec.
1995: The 90th Anniversary Issue," Rita Botelho, James Barnes
BEST GRAPHIC TREATMENT OF A FEATURE
Sponsored by Quebecor Printing Inc.
Gold: CA Magazine, "The Culture Connection,"
Paul Orenstein, Bernadette Gillen
Silver: Salon Magazine, "Tools of the Trade,"
Alison Wood, Michael Cavanaugh, Alison McGill, Charlotte Carson,
BEST SINGLE ELEMENT
Sponsored by Metroland Printing, Publishing & Distributing
Gold: Benefits Canada, "Cover Illustration: Top
100 Pension Funds," David Heath
Silver: The Graphic Montly, "Article Illustration:
Identifying Management Problems," David Donald, Brian Hughes,
BEST WRITING AND GRAPHIC DESIGN IN A COMPLETE ISSUE
Sponsored by LGM Graphics
Gold: Pharmacy Pratice, "Dec. 1995: Your Patients
Give you the Score," Anne Bokma, James Ireland, Ruth Hanleym,
Josie Lau, paula Halpin
Silver: Contemporary Ob/Gyn, "Effective Ambulatory
Management of Suspected Pelvic Inflammatory Disease," Golda
Goldman, Beth Thompson
MARIA MOORS CABOT PRIZES
1996 recipients are:
Dudley Quentin Althaus, Mexico City bureau dhief for the
Ramon Alberto Garza Garcia, editor-in-chief of Reforma of
Mexico City and El Norte of Monterrey, Mexico.
Timothy Jay Johnson, Bogota bureau chief of The Miami Herald.
Eduardo Ulibarri Bilbao, editor-in-chief and columnist of
La Nación of San José, Costa Rica.
MICHENER FELLOWS FOR 1996
Heather Abbott, Toronto CBC Radio
Jamie Swift, Kingston author/freelancer.
MORGUARD LITERARY AWARDS
PRACTICING INDUSTRY WRITER CATEGORY: Cheryl A. Gray, CPM,
Enterprise Property Group Limited, for article entitled "Educating
the Property Manager of the Future."
ACADEMIC WRITER CATEGORY: No entries were received.
NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR ARTS COUNCIL GRANTS
Recent grant winners:
Hilda Chaulk Murray, Boyd Chubbs, Libby Creelman, Janet Fraser,
Kenneth Harvey, Mary Lewis, Kevin Major, Carmelita McGrath, Lisa
Moore, Derek Norman, Geraldine Ryan Lush, Janis Spence, Tickleace
Magazine, Agnes Walsh, Marian Frances White, Michael Winter, Writers
Alliance of Newfoundland and Labrador.
RUTH SCHWARTZ AWARDS
1996 Winners are:
YOUNG ADULT: Welwyn Wilton Katz, Out of the Dark, Groundwood
PICTURE BOOK: Geoff Butler (author and illustrator), The
Killick: a Newfoundland story, Tundra Books.
SIERHEY KHMARA ZINIAK AWARD
Last winner was Kati Rekai, broadcaster-commentator and author
of children's books.
THOMAS H. RADDALL ATLANTIC FICTION PRIZE
1996 Winner: M.T. (Jean) Dohaney, A Marriage of Masks
VICKI METCALF AWARDS
Sponsored by the Canadian Authors Association
BODY OF WORK: Margaret Buffie
SHORT STORY: "The Seasons are Horses," writer Bernice
Friesen and editor Susan Musgrave, Thistledown Press
WORLDFEST-CHARLESTON FILM AWARDS
GRAND PRIZE: Kabloonak, Claude Massot, Candian-Russian-French-Finnish
GOLD SPECIAL JURY AWARDS: Le Secret De Jerome, directed by
Phil Comeau (Canada); Microcosmos, directed by Claude Niridsany
and Marie Perennou (Miramax); Shiloh, directed by Dale Rosenbloom
(Zeta Entertainment) and Slingblade, directed by Billy Bob Thornton
For information about awards see:
& Fortune: Comprehensive Listing of Awards and Prizes available
to Canadian journalists
Calendar: Current Award Application Deadlines
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