Ontario Community Newspapers Association's Better Newspapers Competition
Deadline: October 31 annually for the Premier Awards, and early December for the General Excellence Awards.
Eligibility: All OCNA member newspapers in good standing, as well as College and University member newspapers in good standing.
Value: Plaque presented at the OCNA's Annual Spring Convention and Awards Dinner in Toronto.
Contact: Laraine Hall
Ontario Community Newspaper Association
3050 Harvester Rd., Ste. 103
Burlington, ON L7N 3J1
Description: The Better Newspapers Competition is divided into two classes; 7 categories under General Excellence and 37 categories under the Premier Awards including editorial, advertising, photography, community service and college/university newspapers.
Further Details: Contact the OCNA for more details.
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