The Earle Grey Award is the Lifetime Achievement Award presented by the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television at its annual awards ceremony.
East Coast Music Awards (ECMAs). Awards founded by Rob Cohn; initially named the Maritime Music Awards.
Montreal Canadiens are a hockey team that plays in the National Hockey League (NHL). The Canadiens are the only existing NHL club to have formed prior to the league’s inception in 1917, and are the only team to have operated continuously throughout the league’s history. The Canadiens have won 24 Stanley Cup championships.
The Hart Trophy is awarded annually to the player chosen by hockey writers as being "most valuable" to his National Hockey League team. It was donated to the NHL in 1923 by Dr David A. Hart, father of Cecil Hart, former manager of the Montreal Canadiens.
The awards are presented at an annual gala event.
The Vicky Metcalf Award for Children's Literature is awarded to the author of an outstanding body of work in children's literature. The winner, selected by a three-member, independent judging panel, is announced annually at the Writers' Trust Awards event. The prize is worth $20 000.
The Writers' Trust Non-Fiction Prize, awarded by the WRITERS' TRUST OF CANADA and established in 1997, recognizes Canadian writers of exceptional talent for the year's best work of literary non-fiction. The current prize value is $25 000 and finalists receive $2500 each.
Established in 2008 by the WRITERS' TRUST OF CANADA, the Writers' Trust Engel/Findley Prize was created by merging two previously existing prizes: the Marian Engel Award for a female writer in mid-career and the Timothy Findley Award for a male writer in mid-career.
The Rogers Writers' Trust Fiction Prize recognizes Canadian writers of exceptional talent for the year's best novel or short-story collection.
The WRITERS' TRUST OF CANADA/MCCLELLAND & STEWART Journey Prize is awarded annually to a new and developing writer of distinction for a short story published in a Canadian literary publication.
Established by the WRITERS' TRUST OF CANADA, the Matt Cohen Award: In Celebration of a Writing Life recognizes a lifetime of distinguished work by a Canadian writer working in either poetry or prose, in either French or English.
The Shaughnessy Cohen Prize for Political Writing, awarded by the WRITERS' TRUST OF CANADA, is presented to the author of a non-fiction book that captures a subject of political interest to Canadian readers and enhances our understanding of the issue.
Governor General's Literary Awards were first presented in 1936 by the Canadian Authors' Association.
The Scotiabank Giller Prize is Canada's most lucrative literary prize.
The Trillium Book Awards honour literary excellence in Ontario, Canada's most populous province and home to a great diversity of writers.
The Griffin Poetry Prize is the world's largest prize for a first edition single collection of poetry written in English.
The Vézina Trophy is awarded to the goalkeeper voted most valuable to his team. Up until the 1981-82 season, it was awarded annually to the goalkeeper(s) who had played a minimum 25 games for the team that had allowed the fewest goals during the regular NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE season.
The Vanier Cup, so named after Governor General Georges VANIER (1959-67), was first awarded in 1965 to the winner of an invitational football game called the Canadian College Bowl.
The Canadian Music Hall of Fame was established in 1978 by the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences to honour individuals or groups who have made an outstanding contribution to the international recognition of Canadian artists and music.
Until the 1920s there were no annual literary awards in Canada for writers in English. The first such prize was the Québec Literary Competition prize, awarded 1923-70 by the Province of Québec.
The Montreal International Music Competition/Concours international de musique de Montréal was an annual music competition held in Montréal for outstanding young musicians from around the world.
The Air Canada Award, presented at the annual Genie Awards from 1980 to 1994, was given for "outstanding contributions to the business of filmmaking in Canada."
The Hec Crighton Trophy was presented to the Canadian Interuniversity Athletic Union in 1967 by the board of directors of the Canadian College Bowl, to be awarded annually to the athlete deemed to be the most outstanding university football player in Canada.
The Order of Canada, the highest level of distinction in the Canadian Honours System, was established on 1 July 1967, the 100th anniversary of Confederation.