IFIC's Journalism Awards Program/ Prix Journalisme de l'IFIC
Deadline: June 28, 2002
Eligibility: Canadian print (newspapers and magazines only) journalists who help educate Canadian investors on how to achieve their financial goals through the use of investment funds.
Value: First place - $2000; Second place - $1000; Third place - $500. There will be a first, second, and third place awarded to both English and French submissions, through separate judging programs.
Contact: Caroline Bretsen
Investment Funds Institute of Canada
11 King Street West, 4th Floor
Toronto, ON M5H 4C7
Phone: 416-363-2150 x202
Description: Submissions can be made by an individual or an organization. Only one submission per entrant, however, each entry can consist of one to three articles (such as a series) demonstrating the entrant's work on a given topic.
Submissions must be an original work published between June 1, 2002, and June 1, 2003. Each entry must be accompanied by an entry form which is available from the IFIC. There may be opportunity for expanded mediums to enter (e.g. online journalists). Contact IFIC for more information.
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