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Canadian news hall of
fame needs a home
The Canadian News Hall of Fame is lacking a home for its Wall of Fame and, until last year when Lloyd Robertson and Andy Walsh were inducted, it has been dormant since 2002. The Hall of Fame has inductees from 1966 through 2001 annually except for 1996, when no names were added.
Bureau of Canada Community Award
in Memory of Mary Knowles
Recipient Linda Plumridge, Comptroller, Fort Frances Times
Linda has spent nearly her entire life surrounded by newspapers. Her involvement with the Fort Frances Times began 50 years ago, after her brothers Don and Jim Cumming decided they wanted to take on the largest carrier route and signed up every home in a new subdivision. They later announced to Linda, who was seven at the time, that she would be the lucky one to deliver those papers. Without hesitation, she took on the role and spent three years as a carrier.
OCNA is proud to recognize the outstanding quality of work produced each week by our member newspapers and showcase it to readers and advertisers.
To view the complete list of BNC Award Finalists, visit www.ocna.org/bncfinalists.
Join OCNA for the
2014 Spring Convention and Awards Gala
Friday, April 4, 2014
Hilton Garden Inn, Vaughan, ON
Take advantage of the information sessions being offered, including What's Hot in Advertising and Editorial and How Technology is Revolutionizing Community Newspapers. The event will also include the Introduction of 2014/2015 Board of Directors, Quill Award Presentations and of course, the BNC Gala where first, second and third place winners of the Better Newspaper Competition will be announced.
The deadline for the 2013 Insurance Bureau of Canada Community Award in Memory of Mary Knowles is just one week away. Submit your nominations by Friday, February 7.
Do you know someone who is not only a dedicated newspaper employee, but also works hard to make a difference within their community? Nominate them for this prestigious award.
Super Bowl XLVII is right around the corner. But before you decide to publish anything about the 'Big Game', you should consult our Media Guide for proper advertising regulations.
Making a difference - one star at a time. Inspiring others - one star at a time. Building community - one star at a time. Ontario's young stars are shining brighter than ever! The 12 final recipients of the 2013 Ontario Junior Citizen of the Year Awards are an amazing group of individuals whose leadership, ideas, creativity and generosity are fine examples of the outstanding youth of today. These finalists represent a diverse group ranging in age, interests and backgrounds - but one thing they all share is their desire to make a difference, both locally and globally.
By Ed Henninger, Henninger Consulting
A few years ago, I developed the Francis A. Henninger Grant Program, which helps me improve the look of even the smallest newspapers.
From my work on those projects, I've realized that many editors at these papers have hardly any training in proper news design. Many of them are just 'winging it' and they'll freely admit it.
The Canadian Community Newspaper Awards is open for entries with the January 31, 2014 deadline quickly approaching.
This national awards program invites CCNA members and Canadian Campus Newspapers across the country to submit entries in a diverse range of awards categories including writing, photography and multimedia.