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Our Achievements

Award-winning news coverage

Our Achievements: Driven by a quest for first-rate journalism

The Canadian Press is proud of the excellent work by our editorial team and the recognition they have received, including:

  • More than 45 National Newspaper Awards and Radio-Television Digital News Association of Canada Awards.
  • Awards from the Canadian Association of Journalists.
  • The Canadian Journalism Foundation's Excellence Award.
  • The Michener Award.
  • The Charles Lynch Award.
  • The Atlantic Journalism Awards.
  • Awards from the News Photographers Association of Canada
  • The Elmer Ferguson Memorial Award from the Hockey Hall of Fame and the George Gross Award from Sports Media Canada.
A fire burns to melt the ground so a grave can be dug at the cemetery in La Loche, Sask.
Winner — General News Category: A fire burns to melt the ground so a grave can be dug at the cemetery in La Loche, Sask. Monday, Jan. 25, 2016. The graves are being prepared for some of the victims of Friday’s shooting. A 17-year-old boy allegedly shot two people at the school last Friday after shooting two brothers to death earlier at a home nearby. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward

2016 Digital Publishing Award

2016 RTDNA & Atlantic Journalism Awards

  • The Canadian Press won the Digital Publishing Award for the touching video "Toddler with paralysis zips around in homemade wheelchair," shot by Chris Purdy and edited by Shetu Modi.
  • The video highlights the value of finding inspiring characters and spending time with them to give viewers an honest sense of what their everyday life is like.
  • It continues to be our most-watched video.
  • The Radio Television Digital News Association of Canada honoured recently retired Canadian Press reporter Keith Leslie with a Lifetime Achievement Award.
  • Colin Perkel’s piece on a Canadian who’s been serving time in a Florida prison for decades was an RTDNA Short Feature finalist.
  • Adina Bresge, a reporter in Halifax, won the AJA Jim MacNeill New Journalist Award.

2016 and 2015 National Newspaper Awards