CPRS Hamilton Wins 11 National Awards of Excellence

19 June 2019

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Members of CPRS Hamilton earned 11 of the 48 Awards of Excellence at the 2019 CPRS National Awards Gala in Edmonton on June 17. The awards ceremony celebrates the best work in Canadian public relations and communications.


Congratulations to the following CPRS Hamilton members and organizations for your commitment to professional excellence:


COMMUNICATIONS PROGRAMS – CANADIAN EXTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS CAMPAIGN OF THE YEAR

Canadian Media Relations Campaign of the Year (Non-Agency)
Silver - Sheridan College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning: Celebrating 50 Years of Animation Excellence with an Oscar Win
Bronze - City of Guelph: Victoria Road Recreation Centre grand reopening community celebration

Canadian Issues/Crisis Management Campaign of the Year
Silver - Sheridan College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning: Responding to the Academic Strike of 2017

Canadian Health Care Campaign of the Year
Gold - Dynacare, Dooley PR, Diabetes Canada Manitoba: Dynacare Organizes Manitoba's Largest Diabetes Wellness Initiative


CANADIAN INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS CAMPAIGNS

Gold - St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton, Alexandria Anderson, Megan Bieksa, Agnes Bongers, Jessica Bonin, Maria Hayes, Lindsay Whelan: Repairing Trust and Breaking the Silence: Changing Attitudes on Violence Prevention in Health Car


COMMUNICATIONS PROJECTS

Best Special Events Projects
Silver - Dynacare, Dooley PR, Diabetes Canada Manitoba: Dynacare Launches Province's Largest-Ever Diabetes Wellness Initiative at Manitoba Legislature Event

Best Digital and Social Media Projects
Gold - Sheridan College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning: 2018 April Fools' Day - Launching a Student Uniform

Best Writing Projects
Gold - Sheridan College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning: Fifty Years at the Forefront of Teaching Art in Motion
Bronze - District School Board of Niagara: Fostering Equity and Inclusion in Challenging Times

Best Research
Gold – McMaster-Syracuse Master of Communications Management: The stakeholder-communication continuum: An alternate approach to internal & external communications
SilverAndrea Price, MCM, ABC: The Value of Internal Communication in Canada's Best Places to Work