PrintAction has launched the 16th annual Canadian Printing Awards featuring 47 categories, which celebrate some of the world’s best printing and use of technologies at a gala on November 10, 2022, at the Palais Royale in Toronto.
The 2022 program includes 24 printing categories, 8 print production categories, four environmental printing categories and six technology categories. The printing project categories continue to be the heart of the Canadian Printing Awards program, highlighting the importance of high-quality and efficient printing output, with categories spanning offset, web offset, toner and inkjet printing.
We are also accepting nominations in the industry achievement categories:
The John A. Young Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes an individual who has made significant contributions to the Canadian print industry over a 35-plus year career, excels in leadership and shows commitment to their community both within and out of the print industry.
The Printing Leader of the Year Award recognizes an individual who has made significant contributions to the Canadian print industry over their career, excels in leadership and shows commitment to their community both within and out of the print industry.
The Emerging Leader of the Year Award recognizes an individual of 35 years of age or under who demonstrates a strong work ethic, leadership, initiative and a unique ability to guide and inspire others in the industry.
The Community Leader of the Year Award recognizes an individual whose services/actions have made a meaningful contribution or impact on their community.
*Please email completed industry achievement nomination forms to email@example.com.
Submissions must be received by August 31, with early bird entry pricing available until July 31. All winners will be announced during the 16th annual edition of the Canadian Printing Awards, at a 250-capacity gala event at Palais Royale in Toronto on November 10.
For more information about the program, including the complete list of the categories, submission and nomination forms, and to see past winning projects, please visit CanadianPrintingAwards.com.
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