March 12, 2003
by Sarah Foster
The Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CSLA) has announced the winners of the 2003 CSLA Professional Awards Program. Awards are bestowed in several categories: Design, Planning and Analysis, Landscape management, Communication, Research, and New Directions for Professional Practice. National Honour Awards were given to Neil Dawe of the Grand Concourse Authority of St John’s Newfoundland for The Grand Concourse Walkway Network; Garth Balls at Landplan Associates Ltd of Calgary for the Shaw Millennium Park (see CA, July 2002); and to Tom Barratt Ltd and Jan Jansen of the Vancouver 2010 Bid Corporation for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games and Paralympic Games Bid. National Merit Awards went to Durante Kreuk Ltd of Vancouver for the Arbutus Walk; Faye Langmaid at the City of Windsor, Ontario for the Windsor Central Riverfront Implementation Plan, Claude Cormier architectes paysagistes of Montreal for the Lipstick Forest; Mario Masson at the City of Montreal’s Direction des parcs et espaces verts for the Jardin du Chateau de Ramezay; and Landplan Associates Ltd of Guelph, Ontario for the Gems of Barbados. National Citation Awards went to Dianna Gerrard Landscape Architecture and architectsAlliance of Toronto (see CA, December 2002) for the Ashbridges Bay Treatment Plant Site Design; BDA Ltd Landscape Architects of Sussex, New Brunswick for “Sharing Lessons Learned–What Makes a Sustainable Community Tourism Destination” and Cecelia Paine and James Taylor of the University of Guelph for the promotional CD, Canadian Impressions/Impressions canadiennes.