Lake Country Calendar gains national honours

Calendar acknowledged nationally for front page and editorial page excellence.

  • Apr. 20, 2016 10:00 a.m.

Calendar coverThe Lake Country Calendar has won a few awards from the Canadian Community Newspapers Association.

The Calendar placed second in the Best Front Page category. First was The Mountaineer from Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. Third went to The Fitzhugh, from Jasper, Alberta.

The Lake Country Calendar placed third for Best Editorial Page, after first place The Mountaineer from Rocky Mountain House, and second place The Westlock News from Westlock, Alberta.

These prestigious annual national awards examine 30 unique categories in newspaper publishing, including outstanding editorial, photography, multimedia and overall excellence in community newspaper publishing. The 2015 competition saw 264 publications from coast to coast submit 2,700 entries representing their best work from 2014.

The Lake Country Calendar was entered in the General Excellence category for newspapers with a circulation of 3,000 to 3,999.


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