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Canadian Architect makes shortlist for CBM Awards


May 25, 2016
by Canadian Architect

Canadian Architect's Editor-in-chief Elsa Lam made the shortlist for her trio of pieces on the Memorial to the Victims of Communism.

Canadian Architect’s Elsa Lam made the shortlist for her trio of pieces on the Memorial to the Victims of Communism.

Canadian Business Media (CBM) have announced the finalists in 21 categories for the 62nd CBM Awards in Memory of Kenneth R. Wilson, honouring excellence in business-to-business magazine publishing.

More than 67 magazines entered the competition, which was adjudicated by 75 volunteer judges. A total of 36 Canadian B2B publications are nominated for awards in 21 written, visual and special categories.

Canadian Architect magazine made the shortlist in two categories: Best Feature Article for Trevor Boddy’s “Apostle of Wood” and Best Editorial for Elsa Lam’s trio of pieces on the Memorial to the Victims of Communism, “Misguided Monument,” “Fair Game?” and “Behind the Controversy.”

The Gold, Silver and Honourable Mention awards will be presented at the Grand Banking Hall at One King West in Toronto on Tuesday June 7, 2016, during the CBM Awards gala. CBM has announced D.B. Scott as this year’s Master of Ceremonies; career editor and journalist, daily blogger about Canadian magazines, teacher in the Magazine and Web Publishing program at Ryerson University’s Chang School of Continuing Education and consultant to publishers, magazines and industry associations. D.B. was presented with the Foundation Award for Outstanding Achievement by the National Magazine Awards in 2010.

Visit KRWawards.ca to view the complete list of finalists, including nominees for all written categories.



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1 Comment » for Canadian Architect makes shortlist for CBM Awards
  1. Ranjit Dhar,PP/FRAIC says:

    Excellent…….





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