For the third consecutive year, CTV National News with Lisa LaFlamme won the award for best national television news at the Canadian Screen Awards.
CTV National News also won the award for best live news program for “D-Day Remembered”, its coverage of the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
CTV’s W5 won two awards, including the Best News and the News Program for its “Baby in the Snow” report. W5 survey correspondent Avery Haines won the “Best Host or Interviewer, News or Information” award for her work in the episode titled “The Narco Riviera”.
The Canadian Screen Awards recognize the best in television, film and digital production. The non-fiction awards were presented on Monday, while the fiction awards are on Wednesday and the movie awards are awarded on Thursday.
Lloyd Robertson hosted this year’s event, which was almost due to COVID-19.
On Tuesday, Evan Solomon, host of CTV’s question period and CTV’s Power Play, won the CSA for “Best Animator, Talk Show or Entertainment” for his work on question period.
You can find a full list of winners on the academy’s website.