Registed Nurses' Association of Ontario


Media Award Winners 2014

Congratulations to all winners! Thank you to those who submitted pieces.

For more information, email Daniel Punch, or call 1-800-268-7199 ext. 250

Some of the winners of RNAO's 2015 Media Awards show off their trophies following the awards ceremony at the President's Banquet of RNAO's 2015 Annual General Meeting, held April 17, 2015. Pictured, left to right are: Carmen Chai of Global News, Dani-Elle Dubé of the Ottawa Sun, freelance journalist Ann Silversides, Carrie Trownson of CTV Northern Ontario News, Elizabeth St. Philip of CTV News, Kathleen Goldhar of CBC's The Current, and Matthew Pearson of the Ottawa Citizen.

Winner Category Publication Name Title
Etobicoke Guardian Logo Community newspaper, best news story Etobicoke Guardian
Tamara Shephard Continence clinic: it's the place to go if you've got troubles 'going'
Ottawa Citizen Logo Daily newspaper, best in-depth feature Ottawa Citizen Matthew Pearson A boy named Mikey - a gender story in six chapters
Ottawa Sun Logo

Daily newspaper, best series

Ottawa Sun Dani-Elle Dubé and Aedan Helmer

Senior is on his own

Maisonneuve Logo

Exceptional reporting on an RN/nursing issue

Maisonneuve magazine
Ann Silversides
Nunavut's Nursing Crisis
Best Health Logo Magazine, best story Best Health

Marcia Kaye

The Closet Smokers Among Us

Global News Logo

Online, best story

Global News Carmen Chai and Patrick Cain

Which Toronto schools have the lowest measles vaccination rates?

CBC Radio Logo

Radio, best in-depth feature

CBC Radio The Current Being mortal, and what matters in the end
CTV Northern Logo

Television, best in-depth feature

CTV News Northern Ontario Carrie Trownson It's not a death sentence
CTV News Logo

Television, best news story

CTV News Avis Favaro and Elizabeth St. Philip

'Butterfly child' with rare condition gives hope to thousands