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  • Join CALM | Canadian Association of Labour Media
    Media Training Conference in Toronto Workshops included help I need to design my website being a spokesperson and how to get the media to cover your issue Facebook User login Username Password Request new password CALM on Twitter Tweets by CanLabourMedia Most Liked Study reveals secret Canadian bank bailout 2 Infographic CEO pay is too high 1 Presentations given at the CALM Media Training Conference in Toronto 1 Labour News

    Original URL path: http://calm.ca/join?destination=node/3606 (2015-04-05)
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  • 2015 CALM Awards | Canadian Association of Labour Media
    CALM Newletter Tutorials Presentations given at the CALM Media Training Conference in Toronto Workshops included help I need to design my website being a spokesperson and how to get the media to cover your issue Facebook User login Username Password Request new password CALM on Twitter Tweets by CanLabourMedia Most Liked Study reveals secret Canadian bank bailout 2 Infographic CEO pay is too high 1 Presentations given at the CALM

    Original URL path: http://calm.ca/2015-calm-awards (2015-04-05)
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  • Regstration OPEN for the 2015 CALM conference | Canadian Association of Labour Media
    one day intensive session for a smaller group of people Registration for the Staff Communicators Day can be done by email Please email nadine at calm dot ca with the delegates name and union local The cost of the Staff Communicators Days is 200 Media Training Conference CALM Newletter Tutorials Presentations given at the CALM Media Training Conference in Toronto Workshops included help I need to design my website being

    Original URL path: http://calm.ca/conference?destination=node/3663 (2015-04-05)
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  • 2013 CALM Award Winners | Canadian Association of Labour Media
    Staff produced UFCW Canada National Office Honorable Mention Public Service Alliance of Canada Food Safety Protects Canadians b Volunteer produced OPSEU Local 558 3 The Freeperson Award for best cartoon illustration or infographic a Staff produced AUPE Long Term Care Wages b Volunteer produced OPSEU Sean O Flynn 4 The Morden Lazarus Prize For best editorial column or opinion piece that thoughtfully argues labour s position on an issue b Volunteer producedManitoba Association of Health Care Professionals MAHCP a Staff produced SEIU West 5 The Cliff Scotton Prize for a narrative video audio or visual that reflects history traditions and culture of the labour movement Submit hard copy or URL Include the creator s name Winner in Print OPSEU Local 558 Winner online Alberta Union of Provincial Employees 6 The Breaking Barriers Award For a communications initiative that enhances member participation and access and overcomes discrimination UFCW Canada National Office and UFCW Local 1000A Honourable Mention OECTA Reach every student know their story 7 Best campaign can be produced by an ad agency that exposes an anti union or anti social practice Alberta Union of Provincial Employees 8 The Katie FitzRandolph Award for best overall regular print publication Best combined use of writing graphics design editorial content and judgment a Staff produced Hospital Employees Union HEU b Volunteer produced OPSEU Local 558 9 Excellence in print layout and design in regular print publication For imaginative and effective use of graphics cartoons photography typography and layout a Staff produced TIE Vanessa Bjerreskov Alberta Union of Provincial Employees newsletter AND Carol Taverner ACTRA magazine b Volunteer produced Canadian Union of Postal Workers 10 Rosemarie Bahr Award for an outstanding book For best use of writing and design for a one off bound publication of at least 32 pages OPSEU 11 Best short

    Original URL path: http://calm.ca/article/2013/2013-calm-award-winners (2015-04-05)
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  • 2011 CALM Awards | Canadian Association of Labour Media
    regular print publication locals more than 1 000 members Pacific Perspectives CUPW Pacific Excellence in layout and design in regular print publication produced by staff Direct Impact Alberta Union of Provincial Employees Best photograph from publication or website produced by volunteers A Mile in Her Shoes CAW Local 88 photographer Wendy Clifford Best photograph from publication or website produced by staff Rosie 2011 UFCW Local 1000A photographer Joel Thelosen The Freeperson Award for best cartoon or illustration produced by volunteers How to lay a human rights complaint Centennial style Unfettered OPSEU Local 558 artist Eva McDonald The Freeperson Award for best cartoon or illustration produced by staff For however long the night the day will break International year for People of African Descent OPSEU artist Robert Small Best poster National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women Hospital Employees Union Best print ad Cracks in the system are getting bigger More kids than ever are falling through kidsatrisk ca Alberta Union of Provincial Employees PRINT The Katie FitzRandolph Prize Best overall print publication locals less than 1 000 members Local Lines OPSEU Local 415 Honourable mention Rubber Report CAW Local 4451 Best overall print publication locals more than 1 000 members The Oshaworker CAW Local 222 Honourable mention Perspectives CUPW Pacific Best overall print publication produced by staff Counterpoint CUPE National Honourable mention Guardian Hospital Employees Union Excellence in news writing less 1 000 members Board s 500K exit plan for president by Jack Wilson Local Lines OPSEU Local 415 Excellence in news writing locals more than 1 000 members Oshawa Day of Mourning by Siobhan Bothwell The Oshaworker CAW Local 222 Excellence in news writing produced by staff Vigils honour crash victims by Wes Payne The Canary CUPE s Heath and Safety Newsletter CUPE National Honourable mention

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  • Awards | Canadian Association of Labour Media
    community activist and member of Unifor s Canadian Freelance Union in Nova Scotia In 2012 she became the first woman to be elected as President of the Cape Breton District Labour Council representing more than 8000 unionized workers in the Cape Breton Regional Municipality Suzanne currently serves on the executive of the Halifax Dartmouth and District Labour Council as Vice President of Human Rights and Anti Racism and as General Vice President Representing Young Workers at the Nova Scotia Federation of Labour Suzanne was the Editor in Cheif of the Caper Times Her most recent day job is as coordinator of the Nova Scotia Federation of Labour s worker centered literacy project Suzanne regularly facilitates union education courses and workshops teaching essential activist skills to upcoming rank file activists in the labour movement Drawing on her background in the Canadian student press Suzanne regularly assists Labour Council delegates and other local level union activists with their communication social media strategy and media training 2014 CALM Awards Check out the winners here 2013 CALM Awards Check out the winners here 2012 CALM Awards Read about the winners here Eponymous Awards CALM has named some awards after communicators who have made significant contributions to the labour movement The Ed Finn Award for the best feature story Ed Finn has ink in his blood For more than 32 years Ed has written articles and produced publications that championed labour s views Although Ed had initially worked in the mainstream media he joined the Canadian Labour Congress in 1959 Four years later Ed dedicated himself to editing the CBRT newspaper Canadian Transport for the next 18 years At the same time he wrote the only regular national column devoted to unionism for The Toronto Star In 1981 Ed joined CUPE as the editor of The Facts until his retirement in 1991 Throughout his life Ed worked tirelessly with the NDP He was the first provincial leader of the Newfoundland NDP and ran both provincially and federally as an NDP candidate Ed currently edits the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives publication The CCPA Monitor The Katie FitzRandolph Prize for the best overall publication locals up to 500 Following a career in daily newspapers across Canada Katie FitzRandolph became a communications officer with Ontario Public Service and Employees Union During her 25 years with OPSEU and 24 years on the CALM executive Katie devoted much of her time to teaching new editors how to put out good newsletters Today she lives in Fredericton where she is learning how to make web pages and working to turn an 1884 elementary school into a vibrant arts and learning centre Although semi retired Katie continues to teach at CALM conferences The Morden Lazarus Prize for the best editorial column or opinion piece that thoughtfully argues labour s position on an issue Morden Lazarus was a union news innovator In the 1930s Morden helped to found the first Co operative Commonwealth Federation newspaper the New Commonwealth Shortly thereafter in January

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  • User account | Canadian Association of Labour Media
    password that accompanies your username Media Training Conference CALM Newletter Tutorials Presentations given at the CALM Media Training Conference in Toronto Workshops included help I need to design my website being a spokesperson and how to get the media to cover your issue Facebook CALM on Twitter Tweets by CanLabourMedia Most Liked Study reveals secret Canadian bank bailout 2 Infographic CEO pay is too high 1 Presentations given at the

    Original URL path: http://calm.ca/user/login?destination=node/3756%23comment-form (2015-04-05)
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  • User account | Canadian Association of Labour Media
    password that accompanies your username Media Training Conference CALM Newletter Tutorials Presentations given at the CALM Media Training Conference in Toronto Workshops included help I need to design my website being a spokesperson and how to get the media to cover your issue Facebook CALM on Twitter Tweets by CanLabourMedia Most Liked Study reveals secret Canadian bank bailout 2 Infographic CEO pay is too high 1 Presentations given at the

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