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The Excellence in Journalism Award

 

At the end of its first decade, the Excellence in Journalism Award has gained credibility and status as one of the major journalistic awards of the year and the only national award given to a journalistic organization for overall extraordinary performance.

The Excellence in Journalism Award recognizes the outstanding work of a journalistic organization and is sponsored by the Jackman Foundation and The Canadian Journalism Foundation. The award embraces ideals of democratic citizenship, rigorous professional practice, honesty, accuracy, independence, public accountability and initiative as well as artistry, clarity of style and high quality of presentation.

The Canadian Journalism Foundation is now seeking submissions from media organizations across Canada.

 

2006
The Globe and Mail Edward Greenspon, Editor-in-Chief

2005
The Hamilton Spectator
Dana Robbins, Editor-in-Chief

2004
CBC News
Tony Burman, Editor-in-Chief

2003
The Record of Waterloo Region
Lynn Haddrall, Editor-in-Chief

2002
CTV News
Kirk LaPointe, Senior Vice-President

2001
CBC - Canada Now - Winnipeg
Cecil Rosner, Executive Producer

2000
The Ottawa Citizen
Neil Reynolds, Editor

1999
Maclean's Magazine
Bob Lewis, Editor-in-Chief

1998
The Toronto Star
John Honderich, Publisher

1997
CBC Newfoundland and Labrador Television News and Current Affairs
Bob Wakeham, Area/Executive Producer

1996
The Telegraph-Journal and Evening Times-Globe of Saint John, New Brunswick
Neil Reynolds, Editor

 



 



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