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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.

Darryl Dyck, 2017 CAJ Photo Journalism Finalist

Darryl Dyck is a finalist in the CAJ Photo Journalism category for his body of work from last summer’s wildfires in the Interior of British Columbia. The long hours Darryl put into the assignment produced a portfolio of memorable photographs that got widespread play online and in newspapers across the country.

2017 CAJ Awards

  • A team consisting of Laura Kane, Geordon Omand, Joanna Smith, Sidhartha Banerjee, Paola Loriggio, Lucas Timmons and Kevin Ward got a nod in the Open Media category of the CAJs. The team spent weeks in addition to their regular duties putting together a series of stories on the impact the Supreme Court of Canada’s Jordan decision has had on the justice system.
  • The project broke new ground. The number of cases that have been impacted by the Jordan decision was quantified nationally for the first time, with CP’s statistics cited by the Office of the Federal Ombudsman for Victims of Crime in a report last November.
The Supreme Court of Canada building is pictured, in Ottawa, on October 15, 2014.
Signage at the corporate headquarters of Equifax Inc. in Atlanta

2017 SABEW Best in Business Awards

  • The team of Armina Ligaya, Aleksandra Sagan, David Hodges and Ross Marowits is nominated in the Breaking News category of the SABEW awards for their dogged work on the Equifax data breach, including finding out how many Canadians were affected by the hack.
  • Our business team led the country on that issue and their stories were picked up everywhere.

2017 RTDNA Canada National Awards

  • Short Feature category nominations: Chris Purdy’s report, “La Loche Remembered,” and Colin Perkel’s piece on Omar Khadr’s medic .
  • Best Use of Sound category nomination: Bill Graveland’s story on alternate treatments for Parkinson’s .
Two police officers stand out front of La Loche Community School

2017 Atlantic Journalism Awards

2017, 2016 and 2015 National Newspaper Awards