Nominate someone outstanding for a Calgary Award

Dec 19 2017, 3:14 am

The City of Calgary is inviting Calgarians to recognize fellow citizens for their contributions in making Calgary a better city to live in.

The Calgary Award was first established in 1994 by The City and is given to an individual, group, organization, school, or corporation depending on the criteria for each award. Nominations can be made for five different areas totalling 16 awards:

  • The Community Achievement Awards
  • The Environmental Achievement Awards
  • The Signature Award
  • The Award for Accessibility
  • The City of Calgary W.O. Mitchell Book Prize
Image: Calgary Award / City of Calgary

Image: Calgary Award / City of Calgary

To nominate someone for a Calgary Award, you need to submit a letter of nomination to The City detailing why the nominee deserves the award, or fill out an online nomination form. The deadline to nominate someone is Friday, May 6.

Nominations for the The City of Calgary W.O. Mitchell Book Prize are being accepted by the Writers’ Guild of Alberta. They will accept submissions from February 1 to April 15.

The Calgary Awards presentation will be held this fall on Wednesday, September 28.

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