The judging for this year’s Canadian Printing Awards entrants has been completed. Seven judges representing different aspects of the printing industry analyzed over 200 entries to determine the best of Canadian printing achievements.
From books to brochures, from catalogues to display graphics, the judges analyzed each entry with much scrutiny based on factors such as effectiveness, print quality, defects and also the overall challenge of production. Submissions were independently scored and the results were tabulated by PrintAction staff.
Over 60 awards will be presented in over 25 categories on November 29th at the Canadian Printing Awards Gala at the Palais Royale.
The winning pieces will be on display for the evening. PrintAction will also name this year’s recipients of the John A. Young Lifetime Achievement Award, the Emerging Leader of the Year award and the Printing Leader of the Year award.
Tickets can be obtained from the Canadian Printing Awards website and a special discount is offered to companies which have made a submission into the awards.
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