Enter your best work for a chance to win the 2021 Canadian Hillman Prize.
Hillman Prizes honour excellence in journalism “in service of the common good”. Submitted work must have been broadcast or published in Canada in 2020. Submissions will be accepted until January 15, 2021 and there is no entry fee.
The winner receives $5,000 and a certificate, and will get to attend an award ceremony that will be live or virtual depending on public health circumstances.
Hillman Prizes support investigative journalism, and reporting on any platform that exposes injustice and hopefully leads to meaningful change.
Past winners have come from different media backgrounds – More here
Panel of judges: Tony Burman, former chief news editor of CBC News and managing director of Al Jazeera English; Garvia Bailey, arts journalist, broadcaster and producer; and Bonnie Brown, documentary and news producer, CBC Radio and Television
Our union is proud to support initiatives like Hillman Prizes that honour media work.