RTDNA Canada announced the winners of its 2018 awards in Toronto during its annual conference last weekend.
Top honours in three categories went to CBC Indigenous, which took home two awards for innovation and one for investigative journalism.
CBC Indigenous earns 3 national awards for investigative journalism, innovation https://t.co/dVWK4Uq38w
— CBC Indigenous (@CBCIndigenous) May 13, 2019
Best podcast was awarded to the CBC team behind Finding Cleo, hosted by Connie Walker.
👏👏👏 #FindingCleo takes the prize for "Best Podcast" at @RTDNA_Canada 2019! We could not be more proud of this incredible team!@connie_walker @marnieluke @JenniferKFowler #HeatherEvans #Indigenous @CBCNews pic.twitter.com/CyvE0IsGFl
— CBC Podcasts (@cbcpodcasts) May 13, 2019
Executive vice president of Corus Entertainment Inc. Troy Reeb was presented with a lifetime achievement recognition.
Troy Reeb (@troyreebglobal) is honoured with a #RTDNA2019 Lifetime Achievement Award.
Reeb has distinguished himself through outstanding service and continued excellence during the course of his career in journalism and news management.https://t.co/8tID6nbFmZ pic.twitter.com/j0M9OA9bim
— RTDNA_Canada (@RTDNA_Canada) May 12, 2019
The Charlie Edwards Award for excellence in television breaking news reporting went to the team at Global BC for their Lower Mainland Windstorm reporting.
— Sophie Lui | 呂婉謀 (@sophielui) May 12, 2019
For the rest of the winners, visit the RTDNA Canada website here.