Winners of the 62nd Annual Canadian Business Media Awards

Members of the Canadian B2B publishing industry gathered on Tuesday for the 62nd Annual Canadian Business Media Awards in memory of Kenneth R. Wilson at the beautiful Grand Banking Hall at One King West in Toronto. Gold, Silver and Honourable Mention awards were presented in 21 written, visual, integrated and special categories to numerous B2B magazines to recognize their publishing excellence over the previous year.

New this year, the gala served as a unique professional development opportunity to the industry professionals in attendance. Guests were offered an enhanced perspective of the process it takes to create award-winning editorial content. Throughout the evening, winners in various categories answered questions about their work and how they realized it, to help attendees understand what it takes to create award-winning content in business media. Moreover, feedback from the jury about the award-winning work was shown on screen during the gala.

With the goal of sharing this knowledge and as an effort to strengthen the business-to-business publishing community, a webinar and a guide will subsequently be made available at no cost. Canadian Business Media acknowledges the support of the Government of Canada for this project.



Harvey Southam Leadership Award

The Harvey Southam Leadership Award was presented to Michel Dongois, senior journalist at Profession Santé. Recognized for his outstanding professionalism, integrity and humanism, Mr. Dongois received this prestigious honour at the CBM Awards ceremony.




The most prestigious award of the evening was for Magazine of the Year.

The winner of the 2015 CBM Award for Magazine of the Year is Marketing, published by Rogers Media: Alison Wood (publisher); David Thomas (editor) and Glenn Taylor (art director).

“Trade magazines today need to be indispensable brands in the lives of audiences. Marketing, with its twice-daily e-newsletter bulletins, more than a dozen events and award shows and a considered, dense and meticulously crafted print product is a vital piece of the Canadian marketer’s arsenal.”

“Marketing is the master of its craft. With non-stop, jam-packed and on-trend graphics jumping off literally every page, coupled with industry-leading, hard-to-put-down articles, Marketing is the complete package.”

– the CBM jury


Marketing also won silver in Best Regularly Featured Department, Column or Blog. They also received 4 honourable mentions in Best Issue, Best Art Direction of an Opening Spread, Best Art Direction of an Entire Issue and Best Merchandising/Marketing Article.

The two other publications that were finalists in the Magazine of the Year category were BCBusiness and The Medical PostCongratulations on earning a nomination in our most prestigious category.



The CBM Awards added a new category to this year’s program: Best Media Brand.

The winner of the 2016 CBM Award for Best Media Brand is Precedent, published by Law & Style Media Inc.: Melissa Kluger (editor & publisher); Gilbert Li (art director); Daniel Fish and Lauren Parrott (contributors).

“Precedent takes an insider’s stance and targets a younger audience hungry for more accessible content. They serve it up through multiple channels in a really consistent way. Its cheeky tone, voice and visual expression challenge conventional legal media.”

– the CBM judges


Precedent also won gold in Best Art Direction of a Complete Issue, and two silver in Best Art Direction of a Complete Issue and Best Art Direction of an Opening Spread or Feature. They also received three honourable mentions in Best Feature Article – Professional, Best How-To Article of Series of How-To Articles and Best One-Of-A-Kind.

The two other publications that were finalists in the Best Media Brand category were Lexpert and University AffairsCongratulations on earning nominations in this new, special category.


Top Winning Magazines at the 62nd Canadian Business Media Awards:

Magazine Gold Silver Honourable Mention
University Affairs 4 0 4
CPA Magazine 3 3 19
Professionally Speaking/Pour parler profession 2 4 10
Precedent 2 2 3
The Medical Post 1 1 5
Marketing 1 1 4
Canadian Grocer 1 2 2
Advisor’s Edge 1 1 2
Canadian Lawyer 1 0 3
Conseiller 1 0 2
Canadian HR Reporter 1 0 1
Le Coopérateur agricole 1 0 0
Le Médecin du Québec 1 0 0
OPC Register 1 0 0

Also winning a Silver award are D&A Magazine, BC Business, FranchiseCanada, Lexpert, Canadian Architect, Better Farming, Les Affaires and Listed.

Winners in other categories include:


Best Editorial – Sponsored by Canada Post

Gold: Todd Humber

Editor’s Notes

Canadian HR Reporter

Silver: Elsa Lam

Memorial to the Victims of Communism

Canadian Architect


Best Photograph

Gold: Michael Crichton

The Campus Food Revolution

University Affairs


Silver: Markian Lozowchuk

Great Teaching: Man and the Machine

Professionally Speaking



Best Professional Article

Gold: Didier Bert

Quand les objectifs de vente virent au cauchemar


Silver: Suzanne Sharma

Single, Elderly, in Need of Help

Advisor’s Edge


Best How-To Article or Series of How-To Articles

Gold: Tamar Satov

Leaders Who Follow

CPA Magazine

Silver: Jane Langille

Workplace – The Multitasking Myth

CPA Magazine


Art Direction of an Opening Spread or Complete Feature

Gold: Underline Studio, Art Direction

Judith Lacerte, Contributor

Mad Studies

University Affairs

Silver: Gilbert Li, Art Director

Alina Skyson, Contributor

On top of their game: The 2015 Precedent Setter Awards



Best Profile of a Company

Gold: Kathryn Leger

Simon Says Shop

CPA Magazine

Silver: Paul Brent

He’s Got Mail

CPA Magazine


Best Illustration

Gold: Jessica Fortner

Coping With Clash

OPC Register


Silver: Glenn Harvey

Analyze This

Canadian Grocer



Best Regularly Featured Department or Column – Sponsored by Impresa Communications

Gold: Richard Ouzounian, Russell Smith

Remarkable Teacher

Professionally Speaking

Silver: Rebecca Harris

Consumer Insights


Silver: Trish Snyder

Great Teaching

Professionally Speaking


Best Issue

Gold: Léo Charbonneau, Editor

Underline Studio, Art Director

February 2015: Porn Studies

University Affairs


Silver: William Powell, Kristin Doucet, Leata Lekushoff, Editors

Studio 141 Inc., Art Direction

Shifting Gears

Professionally Speaking



Best One-of-a-Kind Article

Gold: Colin Leslie, Jacob Rutka, Andrew Skelly, Mark Cardwell, Kate Cottrell, Abigail Cukier

Power List 50 – Canada’s most important doctors

The Medical Post

Silver: Steve Brearton

Innovation Nation

CPA Magazine 

Silver: Matthieu Charest

Des Y parlent à cœur ouvert

Les Affaires


Best Resource/Infrastructure Article

Gold: Robert G. Parker

Home, James

CPA Magazine

Silver: Kerry Banks

Ripples on the Land



Best Merchandising or Marketing Article

Gold: Maegan Kashty

Cracking the Whole Foods Code

Canadian Grocer

Silver: Matthew McClearn

Analyze This

Canadian Grocer


Best Art Direction of a Complete Issue – Sponsored by Brainmetal

Gold: Gilbert Li, Art Director

Alina Skyson, Contributor

Summer 2015: The 2015 Precedent Setter Awards



Silver: Gilbert Li, Art Director

Alina Skyson, Contributor

Winter 2015: How Aboriginal lawyers are fixing the mess Canada made




Best Profile of a Person

Gold: Hélène Matteau

Pratiques Exemplaires : Les couleurs d’Abdi Bileh Dirir (Abdi Bileh Diri)

Pour parler profession

Silver: Colin Ellis

Turnaround Artist

D&A Magazine

Silver: Trish Snyder

Great Teaching: Force of Nature (Petra Eperjesi)

Professionally Speaking


Best News Coverage – Sponsored by CNW Group

Gold: Mark Cardwell

The Bâtonnière Who Fell From Grace

Canadian Lawyer

Silver: Tristan Bronca

The High Cost of Care

The Medical Post


Best Feature Article – Professional

Gold: Emmanuèle Garnier

L’épigénétique : le mécanisme derrière d’importantes maladies

Le Médecin du Québec

Silver: Anthony Davis

A Whopper of a Deal



Best Feature Article – Trade

Gold: Nicolas Mesly

OGM : ils séduisent ou ils dérangent

Le Coopérateur agricole

Silver: Don Stoneman

Precision Technology: Who owns the data on the new cloud servers?

Better Farming


Best Cover

Gold: Léo Charbonneau, Editor

Underline Studio, Art Direction

April 2015: The Campus Food Revolution

University Affairs


Silver: Matt O’Grady, Editor

Catherine Mullaly, Art Director

Bye-Bye Alberta




Best In-House Cover

Gold: Melissa Shin, Editor

Gil Martinez, Art Director

Suzanne Sharma, Deputy Editor

Advisor’s Edge April 2015

Advisor’s Edge


Silver: Lauren d’Entremont, Editor

Andrea Lee, Art Director

Smoke’s World Domination



Congratulations to all of this year’s winners, and thank you to all of the Canadian B2B magazines who submitted work to this year’s awards program. We need to thank our 75-member judging panel for volunteering their time to evaluate this year’s entries.

To view all of this year’s winners as well as the sponsors, partners and judges of this year’s Canadian Business Awards, visit

The 62nd annual CBM Awards in memory of Kenneth R. Wilson Awards were produced by the Canadian Business Media Association. We thank our generous sponsors: Brainmetal, Canada Post, Canadian Business Media, CNW Group and Impresa Communications Limited.


CBMA Teams up with MagNet


Good news for all CBMA members: we have teamed up with MagNet: Canada’s Magazine Conference (June 7-9, 2016), and will be co-producing three sessions.

The first session (on June 8th, from 9:00 – 10:15 am) is The 2020 Content Marketing Imperative: New Roles and New Goals, and will be facilitated by Robert Rose. This session focuses on the “new world of customer-centric and content-centric strategy” in the publishing industry. Later in the afternoon (3:45pm – 5:00pm) is Audience Management for B2B, which will show attendees how to “keep their audiences engaged, happy and CASL compliant.”

Thursday, June 9th, from 10:45 am to 12:00 pm is the third sessions presented by the CBMA, Selling backwards: 10 Tips for Superstar Ad Sales Success. Ryan Dohrn hosts this session, which focuses on sales techniques and sales psychology.

Note that CBMA members are eligible for the MagNet 2016 member rate for all MagNet 2016 sessions (the complete schedule can be found here). The Earl-Bird registration deadline is May 3rd, 2016, and any questions can be directed to


February Roundup of B2B Industry Events and Webinars


February is gearing up to be a great month for career development and industry involvement, given the number of upcoming events and webinars. Read on for brief descriptions, key takeaways, and registration information.

Saving time and money with free, online tools is the topic of the Canadian Society of Magazine Editor’s event (The Best Free Online Tools for Editors) on February 3rd. You’ll leave the event knowing how to manage a Twitter feed so effectively that your perfectly chosen GIFs and custom graphics post automatically, driving traffic to your feed. Presenters are Lauren Reyes-Grange (Digital Marketer and Strategist) and Graham Scott (Digital Managing Editor for Canadian Business). Tickets are reasonably priced (under $25) and RSVP’ing is as quick as sending an email.

From February 9th to 10th, gather at the Kingsbridge Conference Centre for the only event geared towards senior business and media executives — the Business Media Leadership Summit. B2B challenges, strategy development, and business partnerships are key topics at this year’s event, and the CBM is especially keen on hearing Joe Glionna (Newcom Business Media), Ruth Kelly (Venture Publishing), and Tim Dimopoulous (Annex Business Media) discuss “The Changing Role of the Publisher.” Chuck Nerick (MediaEdge Communications) will be moderating.

photo-1431605695381-f4a9c3cdd150-1.jpgPair this summit with AAM’s webinar on the use of the Periodical Analyzer, a tool that “helps users tap into actionable, in-depth magazine data available in the Media Intelligence Center for media planning and analysis.” This webinar airs the afternoon of February 23rd.

February 11th, the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) is presenting on Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation, Enforcement Action and Guidance. Have questions about complaints or compliance? There will be a Q & A at the end. You have to be an IAB member to attend this presentation, but if you’re not, click here to learn about becoming a member.

 If you’re a graphic designer working in the B2B media industry, you’ll want to keep an eye on RGD’s upcoming webinars. Blair Enns is hosting “Reinventing Your Pricing Strategy,” teaching that a 10% pricing increase translates to a 50% profit increase for design firms; Adam Shutsa is hosting “What’s After Authenticity in Stock Photography,” discussing what “authentic” means and photography buzzwords for 2016; and Jerry Michalski is hosting “Design from Trust,” explaining the longtime mistrust and the critical moral choices in graphic design.

More details on all of these events and webinars are listed on our website, and you can follow our Twitter feed (@CdnBizMedia) for reminders. One last important date to mark on your calendars is February 16th, the final day to submit to the 2016 CBM Awards.

Access Copyright’s Membership Advisory Committee

Access Copyright’s Membership Advisory Committee (MAC) is an elected committee of affiliate representatives that advises the Board of Directors on matters of concern to affiliates. This new committee, created last April, is your channel to the Access Copyright Board of Directors.

Elected representatives for the MAC include:

  • Robin Sokoloski (Playwrights Guild of Canada)  [Chair]
  • April Britski (Canadian Artists Representation)
  • John Degen (The Writers’ Union of Canada)
  • Kate Edwards (Association of Canadian Publishers)
  • Kieran Leblanc (Book Publishers Association of Alberta)
  • Gerry McIntyre (Canadian Educational Resources Council)
  • Jonathan Meakin (Writers’ Federation of Nova Scotia)
  • Jessica Mosher (Pearson Education Canada)

Bring your concerns to the attention of the MAC by emailing, which will deliver your message directly to committee chair Robin Sokoloski of the Playwrights Guild of Canada.  The next meeting of the MAC is December 16.

Not a member yet? Join Access Copyright!

Canadian Business Media welcomes two new members to its board of directors

Canadian Business Media (CBM) is pleased to announce the election of two new members to its board of directors for the 2015-2016 term.

     Joe Glionna, Newcom Business Media  DianeKleer

Joe Glionna, Vice-President of Newcom Business Media, and Diane Kleer, Vice-President of Production and Group Publisher at Annex Business Media, are joining re-elected members John Kerr, CEO, Kerrwil Publications Limited (Chair); James O. Hall, President & COO, Keith Communications, Inc. (Treasurer); Kevin Brown, President of MediaEdge Communications (Director) and Michael Swan, President of Swan Erickson Publishing Inc. (Director).

Newcom Business Media and Annex Business Media are long-time supporters of CBM and its mission. Mr Glionna and Mrs Kleer have been actively involved with the association since it went back to a membership-based model last spring. CBM is honoured to welcome them to its board of directors.

CBM’s membership is also growing, with the association recently welcoming a new member. Zedcom Media, publisher of Shop Metalworking Technology, becomes part of CBM alongside founding members Annex Business Media, Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters, Baxter Travel Media, Blue Line Magazine Inc, Keith Communications, Kerrwil, MediaEdge Communications Inc., Newcom Business Media, Promotive Communications Inc. and Swan Erickson Publishing.


A Round Up of the B2B Industry Events Coming this Fall

Fall promises to be a busy time for B2B media professionals: exciting events are scheduled to take place in the coming weeks, including the Business Information & Media Summit and the FIPP World Congress, hosted in Toronto for the first time!

Last Chance to Register for the Toronto FIPP World Congress!

From October 13 to 15, publishing professionals from around the globe will gather in Toronto for a three-day event like no other in the industry: the FIPP World Congress. The speaker line-up features an impressive list of global industry leaders, including Annex Business Media President and CEO Mike Fredericks, as well as Jim Glionna, President & Co-founder of Newcom Business Media and CBM Founding member.


The two renowned B2B veterans will share their vision for Canada’s quickly evolving business media scene during a World Congress session not to be missed. This is a must-attend event for all Canadian industry executives! If you haven’t done so already, register for FIPP now.

The registration deadline is today, Friday October 2nd at Noon. Don’t miss out!

Business Information & Media Summit


From November 11 to 13, ABM will welcome the most prominent B2B industry leaders for the 2015 Business Information & Media Summit held in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. New this year, CBM members enjoy the ABM member rate for this event.

This industry ‘boot camp’ provides attendees with the opportunity to tailor their learning experience by choosing from a vast offering of best practice presentations, panel discussions, keynotes and more, all focused on marketing, sales and top-level strategy.

The summit also presents a unique occasion to connect with solution providers to grow your business, learn about the latest marketplace solutions, collect the information you need to perform more effectively and efficiently, and more.

Join a vibrant community of like-minded publishers, CEOs, chief revenue officers, business development and licensing executives, marketers, investors, data strategists, systems engineers, online managers and other industry professionals for three days of strategic learning, best practice sharing and networking!

COPA Awards


The Canadian Online Publishing Awards party is scheduled to take place on November 19 at the Phoenix Theatre in Toronto. This great industry gathering brings together writers, editors, publishers and other professionals from the Canadian media scene. This annual celebration of achievements in online publishing is produced by Masthead.




CBM announces new strategic partnership with ABM, a division of SIIA

Canadian Business Media is proud to announce that it is partnering with ABM (The Association of Business Information & Media Companies), a division of SIIA, to offer Canadian business-to-business media professionals a suite of new exclusive benefits designed to help them thrive and better serve their respective industries.

This strategic partnership, part of CBM’s mandate to boost and sustain a vibrant, supportive organization within the business-to-business publishing industry, will allow CBM to significantly expand its current offering to Canadian B2B professionals.

More specifically, as part of this new membership agreement, CBM members will be invited to attend all ABM events at the member rate, including ABM annual conferences, regional training sessions, webinars and more. In addition, the two organizations will be working collaboratively to host networking programs in the Toronto area. CBM members will also benefit from an extensive collection of relevant and timely resources, including research reports and studies prepared by ABM.

With a member acting as representative on each ABM committees and councils, CBM will have the unique opportunity to build on the success of industry peers by accessing exclusive inside knowledge and becoming integral part of an elite community of experts who are successfully rising to the challenges of today’s North American business media industry.

“We are proud to join forces with SIIA\ABM, and in doing so work towards our goal to build a stronger B2B publishing community. With this strategic partnership, Canadian publishers will gain access to invaluable inside knowledge and resources aimed at helping them prosper and ensure the perennity of their success, ” said John Kerr, CBM Chair and CEO of Kerrwil Publications Limited.

“This strategic partnership with CBM is a wonderful opportunity to share the latest developments in B2B media and information at very exciting time for our industry. We look forward to working together with CBM and getting to know its member companies and teams, ” stated Mike Marchesano, Managing Director, ABM of SIIA.


ABM (The Association of Business Information & Media Companies) represents the intersection of business information, media and technology, and is now the home for nearly 300 member companies. These organizations reach an audience of more than 100 million professionals, and represent nearly 4,000 print and digital titles, over 1,000 conferences trade shows, and data products. The combination reflects an industry with more than $40 billion in annual revenue.  ABM is a division of SIIA, the leading association representing the software and digital content industries. For more information, visit


For 95 years, the Canadian Business Media Association, formerly the Canadian Business Press, has been a national trade association that represents the business-to-business media industry in Canada. To achieve their goal of creating a stronger B2B media industry, CBM facilitates the sustainability of success of its members through initiatives in marketing & promotion, education, networking and recognition. For more than 60 years, CBM has produced the Kenneth R. Wilson Awards and intends to pursue its expansion by organizing a variety of first-rate training sessions, events, Q&A forums, interviews, webinars and tutorials, including some member-only activities and resources.

The winners of the 61st Annual Kenneth R. Wilson Awards

Members of the Canadian B2B publishing industry gathered last Tuesday for the 61st Annual Kenneth R. Wilson at the beautiful Grand Banking Hall at One King West in Toronto. Forty awards were presented to numerous B2B magazines to recognize their publishing excellence over the previous year.

The most prestigious award of the evening was for Magazine of the Year. The award is divided into two divisions: trade and professional.

The winner of the 2014 Kenneth R. Wilson Award for Best Professional Magazine is University Affairs, published by the Association of Universities and Colleges Canada: Christine Tausig Ford (publisher); Peggy Berkowitz (editor) and Underline Studio (art direction).


University Affairs also won gold in Best Professional Article and Art Direction of an Opening Spread or Complete Feature, and silver for Best Issue.

What the jury said about University Affairs:

The grid brings interesting rhythm to the magazine, thanks to the bilingual content and the diversity of the visual features. Thoughtful and astute editorial choices are reflected in the illustrations, typography and the conceptual photography. The magazine is well-organized, young, diversified, current and bold, and features a harmonious balance of visual elements and editorial content.


The winner of the 2014 Kenneth R. Wilson Award for Best Trade Magazine is Canadian Grocer, published by Rogers Publishing Ltd.: Jennifer Litterick (publisher); Rob Gerlsbeck (editor); Lindsay Maclachlan (art director).



Canadian Grocer also received an honourable mention for Best Cover.

What the jury said about Canadian Grocer:

This magazine knows that its readers are not only grocers, but also people. The publication features a nice mix of short and long reads, profiles and big-picture features presented in engaging layouts with loads of entry points.


Leading all magazines with a total of 6 awards and 14 Honourable Mentions is CPA Magazine; the magazine won gold for Best Issue, Best Merchandising or Marketing Article and Best Profile of a Person. Coming second is Professionally Speaking, with 5 awards and as many honourable mentions, and University Affairs, with 4 awards and 6 honourable mentions.

Magazine Gold Silver Honourable Mention
CPA Magazine 3 3 14
Professionally Speaking 3 2 5
University Affairs 3 1 6
Precedent 3 0 1
Les Affaires 2 0 6
Listed 2 0 1
Canadian Lawyer 1 1 5
Foodservice and Hospitality 1 0 5
Registered Nurse Journal 1 0 3
Canadian Grocer 1 0 1
Canadian Medical Association Journal 1 0 0
Machinery & Equipment MRO 1 0 0
D&A Magazine 0 1 4
Today’s Trucking 0 1 3
Oilweek 0 1 3

Also winning a Silver award were Lexpert, The Medical Post, Le Médecin du Québec, UTSC Commons, Transport Routier, OHS Canada and Building magazine.


Best Editorial – Sponsored by Canada Post Corporation

Diane Kelsall

Cruel and Usual Punishment: Solitary Confinement

Canadian Medical Association Journal


Best Photograph

Daniel Ehrenworth

Peak Performance




Best Professional Article – Sponsored by Alliance for Audited Media

Moira MacDonald

How to Teach Math?

University Affairs


Best Industrial or Manufacturing Article

Carroll McCormick

A Matter of Survival

Machinery & Equipment MRO


Best How-To Article or Series of How-To Articles

Stefan Dubowski

Tech Class

Professionally Speaking


Art Direction of an Opening Spread or Complete Feature

Underline Studio, Art Direction

Heavy Metal Microbes

University Affairs



Best Profile of a Company – Sponsored by Impresa Communications, Ltd.

Robert Thompson

How to Build a Pharma Giant [and win friends and incite critics]



Best Illustration

Sonia Roy

Ontario’s Last Segregated School

Professionally Speaking



Best Regularly Featured Department or Column

Trish Snyder

Great Teaching (Exemplary OCT)

Professionally Speaking


Best Issue

CPA Magazine

May 2014: The Money Issue



Best One-of-a-Kind Article

Daniel Fish

The Well-oiled Machine



Best Resource/Infrastructure Article

Mark Anderson

Trust Never Sleeps



Best Merchandising or Marketing Article

Lisa van de Geyn

Mass Appeal

CPA Magazine


Best Art Direction of a Complete Issue – Sponsored by Newcom Business Media, Inc.


Fall 2014: A Well-oiled Machine


Best Profile of a Person (two-way tie)

John Lorinc

Ready, Willing and Abel?

CPA Magazine


Valérie Lesage

Poussée de croissance

Les Affaires


Best News Coverage – Sponsored by CNW Group & MediaVantage

Martin Jolicoeur

Les nouveaux maîtres du ciel

Les Affaires


Best Feature Article – Professional – Sponsored by Tri-Tech Canada, Inc.

Luis Millan


Canadian Lawyer


Best Feature Article – Trade

Melissa Di Costanzo

Harvesting Good Health

Registered Nurse Journal


Best Cover

Foodservice and Hospitality

July/August 2014: The Food Issue


To view all of this year’s winners as well as the sponsors, partners and judges of this year’s Kenneth R. Wilson Awards, visit

Thank you to all those that submitted to this year’s awards program, especially our generous sponsors: Alliance for Audited Media, Canada Post, CNW Group & Media Vantage, Impresa Communications Ltd, Masthead Online, Newcom Business Media, Relay, Tri-Tech Canada, and University Affairs.

Thank You to Our KRW Awards Sponsors

The Kenneth R. Wilson Awards gratefully acknowledges its generous sponsors: Alliance for Audited Media, Canada Post, CNW Group & Media Vantage, Impresa Communications Ltd, Klix Pix, Masthead Online, Newcom Business Media, Relay, Tri-Tech Canada, and University Affairs.

The KRW Awards also wants to thank its suppliers and its contributors who donated gifts in kind to support the awards program. We thank them for their generosity, interest and expertise.

The KRW Awards are produced by Canadian Business Media. The 61st KRW annual gala will be held at the majestic Grand Banking Hall at One King West in Toronto on June 2.


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