The Canadian Press is proud of the excellent work by our editorial team and the recognition they have received, including:
A panel of judges has chosen Colin Perkel's five-minute documentary "One Bomb Remembered" as the winning entry for the RTDNA's Dave Rogers Award for Network Radio.
Incidentally, Colin's initial report 10 years ago on the deadly blast won the Silver Medal Award in the radio documentary category at the New York Festivals — a global competition.
Jonathan Hayward is nominated in the Photojournalism category of the CAJs for a portfolio of his amazing pictures, including from Humboldt, the Olympics, flooding in B.C. and various sporting events. Johnny was earlier nominated in the NNAs for the guitar man picture, and for news photo of the year for the News Photographers Association of Canada for the aerial photo of the Humboldt Broncos crash.
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.