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Posted by H.G. Watson on January 14, 2016

At a gala on Jan. 9 in Toronto, some lucky campus journalists found out they were taking home John H. McDonald awards.

The annual awards, administered by the Canadian University Press, honour excellence in student journalism at campus newspapers across Canada.

WRITING AWARDS:

Arts & Culture:

Diversity:

Features:

Humour:

Investigative:

Labour:

News:

Opinion:

Political:

Sports:

VISUAL AWARDS:

Cover of the Year:

Graphic:

  • WINNER: Christian Fowlie, “What If I Leave This Town,” Capilano Courier
  • Laura Lalonde, “Map of both Concordia campuses,” The Link
  • Cam Welch, “Seasons in Review,” The Phoenix

Illustration:

  • Marta Kierkus, “A Frosty Day at UOttawa,” The Fulcrum
  • Aiken Lao, “First Year Guide to UBC,” The Ubyssey
  • WINNER: Lenore Ramirez, “Free the nipple,” Imprint

Layout:

  • WINNER: Ursula Chen, “Bearing Canada’s unmentionable art,” Imprint
  • Christy Lum, “Once a president, always a president,” The Peak
  • Amanda Watkins, “Settling the score,” The Silhouette

Photo of the Year:

  • Alex Bailey, “Tear gas takes over downtown May Day protests,” The Link
  • Will Huang, “Waterloo Buskers,” The Cord
  • WINNER: Andrej Ivanov, “Student protest turns violent,” The Concordian

MULTIMEDIA AWARDS:

Social Media (paper award):

Video:

Website (paper award):

UNDER 150K:

OVER 150K:

INDIVIDUAL AWARDS:

Student journalist of the year:

Student photojournalist of the year:

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J-Source and ProjetJ are publications of the Canadian Journalism Project, a venture among post-secondary journalism schools and programs across Canada, led by Ryerson University, Université Laval and Carleton University and supported by a group of donors.