CCP launches new award for student journalism

Published on January 12, 2019 by in Features, News

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Attention postsecondary students!

The Canadian Church Press association is launching a new student journalism award with a $250 prize.

The award is open to Canadian postsecondary students of all ages.

The deadline for entries to this new annual award is February 1, 2019.

Entries must be news articles or journalistic essays/opinion writing published during the preceding calendar year. Self-published materials (e.g., on a blog managed by the author of the article) are not eligible. Judges will look for excellence in journalistic reporting, research and writing.

This annual student journalism award is a new category within the larger Canadian Church Press awards, which are judged annually by independent judges with professional experience. Every entry benefits from constructive comments regardless of whether it wins or not. Judges are paid an honorarium.

Winners are normally announced at a spring awards banquet, held as part of the annual CCP convention – which in 2019 will be held in Winnipeg, May 2-3.

Entry process for student articles published by CCP members

If the student article was published by a CCP member publication or website, the staff of that member publisher can enter the student article on behalf of its author, as is done with most other contest entries. Each entry requires a nominal fee (around $12) paid by the member publisher, which goes toward honoraria for judges and related expenses.

Entry process for non-CCP articles

Articles that are published in a periodical or on a website that is not a CCP member can be entered directly by their author, as long as the author is an associate member of the CCP or takes out such a membership as part of the entry application. In the case of the student category, the CCP is waiving the cost of associate membership, normally $30 per year, as well as the entry fee for the first entry. So a student who directly enters one article in the student category can do so for free, and also gains a free one-year membership to the CCP association. If the student wants to enter a second or third article, each of those would incur the usual fee of $12 per entry.

Entry forms will soon be available at www.canadianchurchpress.com.

Questions are welcome at cdnchurchpress@hotmail.com.

Entrants must reside in Canada, be enrolled at a Canadian postsecondary institution and personally identify as a Christian.

This new award is co-sponsored by Faith Today, Canada’s Christian magazine, and by Love Is Moving, Canada’s Christian youth magazine.

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Come to Winnipeg for the 2019 CCP convention

Published on January 12, 2019 by in Features, News

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You are invited to our 2019 conference on Christian journalism in Canada!

The Canadian Church Press is partnering with a group of communications professionals in Winnipeg to hold our next annual convention there, May 2-3. Now is a great time to mark those dates on your calendar and start thinking about travel options.

Winnipeg hospitality

A number of CCP members are based in Winnipeg, which has made it a great location for our annual convention many times, most recently in 2010 and 2014. (Not to mention the Canadian Human Rights Museum, a must-visit!) The CCP offers a limited amount of travel bursaries each year to defray some of the cost of airfare for members with limited budgets.

Theme

Christian journalism in Canada – past, present and future – with a special emphasis on the legacy of ChristianWeek, a digital-only publication today that was for many years the country’s leading Protestant weekly print periodical.

A watershed moment for the CCP

Building on member consultations held in recent years, this year’s event will feature a vote on reorganizing/restructuring/renaming the organization to ensure our community continues healthy and constructive in the face of present and future challenges. Leading up to the convention, the CCP will be circulating a “new vision” document for discussion and also polling members on their choice of a new name for the organization at www.canadianchurchpress.com.

Keynote on the present

On the current state of communications in the world of the church in Canada today we will hear from Lorna Dueck, Christian broadcaster and commentator, CEO of Yes TV and host of Context with Lorna Dueck.

Keynote on the past

The impact of Canadian Christian journalism in recent decades can be examined using the story of ChristianWeek. We’ll hear from Gerry Bowler, former professor of history at the University of Manitoba.

Keynote on the future

On the landscape of the future we will want to communicate into, we’ll turn to Sarah Wilkins-Laflamme, assistant professor of sociology at the University of Waterloo and co-author of the forthcoming book None of the Above: Having No Religion in the United States and Canada.

Schedule

Wednesday night

Reception and awards banquet

Thursday morning

CCP AGM, future structure conversation and discussion of new collaborative digital platform initiative

Lunch on your own at Folio Cafe in Marpeck Commons at CMU

Thursday afternoon

Canadian Museum for Human Rights (guided tour and free time to wander)

Supper on your own at the Forks

Thursday evening

Christian Journalism in Canada Symposium opening plenary with Lorna Dueck

Friday morning and afternoon

Christian Journalism in Canada Symposium with Gerry Bowler and Sarah Wilkins-Laflamme

Location

Canadian Mennonite University, Winnipeg.

Registrants should make their own accommodation arrangements.

Dormitory-style accommodation at CMU:

Rooms are furnished with desks, chairs, and closet space. Rooms have two single beds that share a self-locking washroom. Bedding and towels are included. Single Occupancy $50.50/night; Double Occupancy $37.25/night. Room Rates are subject to Provincial Sales Tax (8%), Goods and Services Tax (5%), and Civic Accommodation Tax (5%).

Local hotels (10 minutes drive away):

Viscount Gort: $129 a night, https://www.viscount-gort.com/

Clarion: $152 a night, https://www.clarionhotelwinnipeg.com/en-us

 

Send feedback on event to (cdnchurchpress@hotmail.com).

P.S. See our new student journalism award contest.

 

Updated February 7, 2019

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Awards 2018

Published on May 5, 2018 by in Features, News

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Winners of the awards presented May 3, 2018 for publications in 2017.

CCP and ARCCC Conference
Sheraton Hotel, Hamilton, ON

EDITORIAL: MAGAZINE
Judge: Michele Beacom

Third Place: Faith Today
Church is not a Private Club
Author: Bruce Clemenger
Editor: Bill Fledderus

Second Place: Canadian Mennonite
Making Space for the Spirit
Editors: Virginia A. Hostetler and Ross W. Muir

First Place: The United Church Observer
Observations: If Statues Could Talk
Author: David Wilson

EDITORIAL: NEWSPAPER
Judge: Michele Beacom

Third Place: The Saskatchewan Anglican
Dead is dead; but death is not the end
Author: Joanne Shurvin-Martin

Second Place: The Catholic Register
Our Leaders Failed
Author: Jim O’Leary

First Place: Christian Courier
God of Small Things
Author: Angela Reitsma Bick

FROM THE EDITOR
Judge: Michele Beacom

Third Place: Canada Lutheran
Ministry in the Margins
Editor: Kenn Ward

Second Place: Mandate
Righting Wrongs
Author: Kathryn Dorrell

First Place: The United Church Observer
Observations: Free Speech and Civility
Author: David Wilson

NEWS PHOTO: MAGAZINE
Judge: Terrance Pack

Third Place: Mandate
Canadian Mission & Service Community Ministries
Photographer: Derek Ford

Second Place: Salvationist
A Journey of Reconciliation
Photographer: Pamela Richardson

First Place: Canada Lutheran
Ministry in the Margins
Photographer: Joshua Hergesheimer

NEWS PHOTO: NEWSPAPER
Judge: Terrance Pack

Third Place: The New Brunswick Anglican
Guest Book
Photographer: Gisele McKnight

Second Place: The Catholic Register
For the Sake of our Children: Teens and Welfare Reform
Photographer: Michael Swan

First Place: The Saskatchewan Anglican
Taking it to the Streets
Photographer: Grace Paterson

NEWS STORY: MAGAZINE
Judge: Richard Landau

Third Place: Foi & Vie
Salut, Québec!
Author: Kristin Ostensen
Editors: Ken Ramstead & Geoff Moulton

Second Place: Faith Today
Rev. Lim and the Church that Prayed Him Out
Author: Craig Macartney
Editors: Bill Fledderus & Karen Stiller

First Place: The United Church Observer
Resisting Genocide
Author: Sally Armstrong

NEWS STORY: NEWSPAPER
Judge: Richard Landau

Third Place: Christian Courier
Canadian Colonialism Dressed up as Aid
Author: Maaike VanderMeer
Editor: Angela Reitsma Bick

Second Place: The Catholic Register
Doctors Being Bullied
Author: Michael Swan

First Place: The New Brunswick Anglican
PM Drops in at St. Margaret’s Coffee Club
Author: Gisele McKnight

IN-DEPTH TREATMENT OF A NEWS EVENT: MAGAZINE
Judge: Richard Landau

*No Third Place Awarded*

Second Place: Salvationist
A Mobilized Army
Author: Pamela Richardson

First Place: The United Church Observer
Resisting Genocide
Author: Sally Armstrong

IN-DEPTH TREATMENT OF A NEWS EVENT: NEWSPAPER
Judge: Richard Landau

Third Place: Huron Church News
Huron Anglicans march against intolerance/Creating space for dialogue while holding to our values/Our message will heal the world, one demonstration at a time
Authors: Sandra Coulson; Bishop Linda Nicholls and
Reverend Marty Levesque

Second Place: The Catholic Register
Saving Our Kids
Author: Michael Swan

First Place: The New Brunswick Anglican
May you fly with the Angels – Archbishop Nutter Laid to Rest;
Archbishop Nutter Remembered for his Kindness;
A Life Well Lived: Archbishop Harold Nutter
Author: Gisele McKnight

FEATURE PHOTO: MAGAZINE
Judge: Terrance Pack

Third Place: The Voice of the Martyrs Canada
Solitary Refinement
Photographer: Wes Laing

Second Place: The United Church Observer
Yoko Kihara
Photographer: Ian Sheh

First Place: Salvationist
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made
Photographer: Carson Samson

FEATURE PHOTO: NEWSPAPER
Judge: Terrance Pack

*No Third Place Awarded*

Second Place: The Catholic Register
Helping Hands
Photographer: Meggie Hoegler

First Place: The Saskatchewan Anglican
Remembering the Anglican boys from Craik
Photographer: Jason G. Antonio

FEATURES (NONFICTION): MAGAZINE
Judge: Cynthia Shannon

Third Place: The Canadian Lutheran
Reformation 500: Heart and Sola
Author: Reverend Dr. James Gimbel

Second Place: Salvationist
The Children Who Never Came Home
Author: Kristin Ostensen

First Place: The United Church Observer
Resisting Genocide
Author: Sally Armstrong

FEATURES (NONFICTION): NEWSPAPER & NEWSLETTER
Judge: Cynthia Shannon

*No Third Place awarded*

Second Place: The Catholic Register
I was in prison, and you visited me
Author: Angela Saldanha

First Place: Christian Courier
Zombies and a Gospel Conversation
Author: Trent deJong
Editor: Monica de Regt

OPINION PIECE
Judge: Mirko Petricevic

Third Place: Faith Today
Fearless: Christians are part of culture, and culture is part of us
Author: Anna Robbins
Editors: Bill Fledderus and Karen Stiller

Second Place: Christian Courier
The Limits of Thoughts and Prayers
Author: Lloyd Rang
Editor: Angela Reitsma Bick

First Place: The United Church Observer
Culture Thieves
Author: Pieta Woolley

COLUMN: MAGAZINE
Judge: Emily Stassen

Third Place: Salvationist
Her Story
Lieutenant Kristen Jackson-Dockeray

Second Place: The United Church Observer
To the Point
Author: Michael Coren

First Place: Faith Today
Go With God
Author: Carolyn Arends
Editors: Bill Fledderus and Karen Stiller

COLUMN: NEWSPAPER
Judge: Emily Stassen

*No Third Place awarded*

Second Place: The Saskatchewan Anglican
God’s power shown in our weakness; Resurrection is the bedrock of our hope; Reconciliation comes through God’s grace
Author: The Reverend Cheryl Toth

First Place: The Catholic Register
Herman Goodden columns
Author: Herman Goodden

DEPARTMENT
Judge: Bruce Soderholm

Third Place: The Canadian Lutheran
Reformation 500
Editor: Mathew Block (featuring work by Mathew Block, The Reverend Dr. Edward G. Kettner and Kelly Klages)

Second Place: The United Church Observer
Superlatives
Authors: Nancy Fornasiero, Mario Toneguzzi and Jon Tattrie

First Place: The Catholic Register
Youth Speak News
Editor: Jean Ko Din

SERVICE JOURNALISM
Judge: Amy MacLachlan

Third Place: Faith & Friends
Fair Trade in an Unfair World
Author: Kaitlin Adlam
Editors: Ken Ramstead and Geoff Moulton

Second Place: Salvationist
In Harm’s Way
Author: Major Shirley King

First Place: Faith Today
Stability Is the Key: Helping Children After a Divorce
Author: Alex Newman
Editors: Bill Fledderus and Karen Stiller

PHOTO ESSAY: MAGAZINE
Judge: Terrance Pack

Third Place: Salvationist
Island of Hope
Photographer: Joel Johnson; Designer: Timothy Cheng

Second Place: The United Church Observer
Trump Country
Photographer: Nigel Dickson

First Place: Canadian Mennonite
Back to School Around the World
Photographers: Various; Designer: Ross W. Muir

PHOTO ESSAY: NEWSPAPER
Judge: Terrance Pack

Third Place: The Saskatchewan Anglican
Celebrating Ordinations at Pentecost in Saskatoon
Designer: Jason G. Antonio

Second Place: The New Brunswick Anglican
Celebrating Safe Harbour House
Artist, Designer and Photographer: Gisele McKnight

First Place: The Catholic Register
Nativities Cover Every Corner of the Earth
Photographer: Jean Ko Din

MEDIA REVIEW
Judge: Michael Coren

Third Place: Faith & Friends
Son of a Preacher Man
Author: Giselle Randall
Editors: Ken Ramstead and Geoff Moulton

Second Place: The United Church Observer
Culture: Colour me Sedated
Author: Pieta Woolley

First Place: The Canadian Lutheran
In Review: Silence
Author: The Reverend Ted Giese

THEOLOGICAL REFLECTION
Judge: Rolf Pedersen

Third Place: The Saskatchewan Anglican
Resurrection is the bedrock of our hope
Author: The Reverend Cheryl Toth

Third Place: Salvationist
At the Same Table
Author: Major Christine Johnston

Second Place: The Catholic Register
There’s still a long road to Church unity
Author: Michael Swan

Second Place: Canada Lutheran
Early Legends about Jesus’ Birth and Childhood
Author: The Reverend Dr. Kristine Ruffatto
Editor: Kenn Ward

First Place: The United Church Observer
When Neurons meet Prayer
Author: Trisha Elliott

BIBLICAL INTERPRETATION
Judge: Doug Koop

Third Place: Canadian Mennonite
Thine is the Kingdom, the Power and the Glory
Author: John D. Rempel
Editors: Virginia A. Hostetler and Ross W. Muir

Second Place: Faith Today
You Anoint My Head With Oil: What a Bronze Age warrior-king can teach us about friends and enemies
Author: Mark Buchanan
Editors: Bill Fledderus and Karen Stiller

First Place: Salvationist
Fear and Trembling
Author: Dr. Donald Burke

PERSONAL EXPERIENCE: CIRCULATION LESS THAN 10,000
Judge: Muriel Duncan

Third Place: Tapestry
An Intervention
Author: Amy Bracebridge

Second Place: Mandate
Living in Hope
Author: Geraldine Robertson, as told to writer Charlotte Empey

First Place: Canada Lutheran
Early I Loved Him
Author: The Reverend Nancy Vernon Kelly
Editor: Kenn Ward

PERSONAL EXPERIENCE: CIRCULATION ABOVE 10,000

Judge: Brent van Staalduinen

Third Place: The Catholic Register
I was in prison, and you visited me
Author: Angela Saldanha

Second Place: Faith Today
Welcoming Refugees in Uganda
Author: Karen Stiller
Editor: Bill Fledderus

First Place: The United Church Observer
Involuntary Pilgrim
Author: David Giuliano

INTERVIEW

Judge: Michael Coren

Third Place: Salvationist
Force for Change
Authors: Geoff Moulton and Kristin Ostensen

Second Place: Huron Church News
The state of Huron: This is what I’m seeing / ‘The passion and energy of people in Huron give me hope’
Author: Sandra Coulson

First Place: The United Church Observer
Martin Rumscheidt
Author: Paul Knowles

BIOGRAPHICAL PROFILE: MAGAZINE
Judge: Donald G. Bastian

Third Place: Faith & Friends
Hammer’s Time
Author: Ken Ramstead
Editors: Ken Ramstead and Geoff Moulton

Second Place: Canadian Mennonite
Prodigal Pastor
Author: Will Braun
Editors: Virginia A. Hostetler and Ross W. Muir

First Place: The United Church Observer
Fall from Grace
Author: Justin Dallaire

BIOGRAPHICAL PROFILE: NEWSPAPER
Judge: Donald G. Bastian

*No Awards Awarded*

HUMOUR: ARTICLE
Judge: Kevin Frank

*No Third or Second Place Awarded*

First Place: Faith & Friends
Cowpocalypse Now
Author: Phil Callaway
Editors: Ken Ramstead and Geoff Moulton

HUMOUR: CARTOON
Judge: Phil Callaway

*No Third or Second Place Awarded*

First Place: Foi & Vie
Pour L’Amour du Ciel
Artist: Kevin Frank
Designer: Brandon Laird

ORIGINAL ARTWORK: MAGAZINE
Judge: Carson Samson

Third Place: Faith & Friends
Cowpocalypse Now
Artist: Dennis Jones
Designer: Brandon Laird

Second Place: Mennonite Brethren Herald
The Polarity of Discipleship
Designer: Colton Floris

First Place: Rupert’s Land News
Urns for Healing
Artist: Carolyn Mount

ORIGINAL ARTWORK: NEWSPAPER
Judge: Carson Samson

Honourable Mention: Christian Courier
Harbour Lights
Artist: Adam Young
Editor: Monica deRegt

FRONT COVER – MAGAZINE: CIRCULATION LESS THAN 10,000
Judge: Brian Morgan

Third Place: Mandate
2017-2018 Mission & Service Special Edition
Photographer: Ruth Noble

Second Place: Canada Lutheran
Luther’s Legacy
Designer: Catherine Crivici

First Place: Mennonite Brethren Herald
The Holy Spirit Living in us
Designer: Colton Floris

FRONT COVER – MAGAZINE: CIRCULATION ABOVE 10,000
Judge: Brian Morgan

Third Place: Faith Today
The Mystery of the Incarnation
Designer and Illustrator: Janice Van Eck

Second Place: Faith & Friends
The Sky’s the Limit
Designer: Brandon Laird
Editors: Ken Ramstead and Geoff Moulton

First Place: The United Church Observer
Stolen Mothers
Designer: Ross Woolford

FRONT PAGE – NEWSPAPER

*No Third or Second Place Awarded*

First Place: The Catholic Register
The Poet Priest
Photographer: Michael Swan

FEATURE LAYOUT & DESIGN – MAGAZINE: CIRCULATION LESS THAN 10,000
Judge: Brian Morgan

Third Place: Mennonite Brethren Herald
Spreading Hope with the Southridge Jam Company
Designer: Colton Floris

Second Place: Canada Lutheran
Liberated by God’s Grace
Designer: Catherine Crivici

First Place: Mandate
On the Road to Reconciliation
Designer: Lisa Rebnord

FEATURE LAYOUT & DESIGN – MAGAZINE: CIRCULATION ABOVE 10,000
Judge: Brian Morgan

Third Place: Salvationist
Bridge Builders
Designer: Timothy Cheng; Photographer: Giselle Randall

Second Place: Faith Today
The Incarnation Mystery: Why God becoming flesh is the paramount teaching of the Christian faith
Designer and Illustrator: Janice Van Eck

First Place: The United Church Observer
Many Faces, One Humanity
Designer: Ross Woolford

FEATURE LAYOUT & DESIGN – NEWSPAPER
Judge: Saskia Rowley

Third Place: The New Brunswick Anglican
2017 Events and Activities
Artist/Designer: Gisele McKnight

Second Place: The Catholic Register
Canada Day 150
Designer: David Chan

First Place: Christian Courier
What is the Purpose of Christian Education?
Designer: Naomi Francois
Editor: Monica de Regt

EDITION LAYOUT & DESIGN – MAGAZINE: CIRCULATION LESS THAN 10,000
Judge: Brian Morgan

Third Place: Mennonite Brethren Herald
Discipleship
Designer: Colton Floris

Second Place: Mandate
Reconciliation
Designer: Lisa Rebnord

First Place: Canada Lutheran
Luther’s Legacy
Designer: Catherine Crivici

EDITION LAYOUT & DESIGN – MAGAZINE: CIRCULATION ABOVE 10,000
Judge: Brian Morgan

Third Place: Faith & Friends
The Sky’s the Limit
Designer: Brandon Laird

Second Place: Faith Today
May/June 2017 issue
Designer: Janice Van Eck

First Place: The United Church Observer
Many Faces, One Humanity
Designer: Ross Woolford

EDITION LAYOUT & DESIGN – NEWSPAPER
Judge: Saskia Rowley

Second Place: The Saskatchewan Anglican
September 2017 Edition
Designer: Jason G. Antonio

First Place: The Catholic Register
Christmas 2017
Designers: Mike Simpson, Mickey Conlon and Erik Canaria

USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA
Judge: Scott Refvik

Honourable Mention: Salvationist
Facebook.com/salvationistmagazine;
Twitter.com/Salvationist;
Instagram.com/salvationistmagazine;
YouTube.com/salvationistmagazine
Editors: Kristin Ostensen and Giselle Randall; Designer: Brandon Laird

 

GENERAL EXCELLENCE – WEBSITE
Judge: Scott Refvik

Second Place: The United Church Observer
Designer: Kevin Spurgaitis

First Place: Salvationist.ca
Designers: Radiant and Brandon Laird

WEBSITE REDESIGN
Judge: Scott Refvik

Honourable Mention: Salvationist.ca
Designers: Radiant and Brandon Laird

 

GENERAL EXCELLENCE – MAGAZINE
Judge: David Harris

Third Place: Faith & Friends
Kim’s Convenience, The Sky’s the Limit & From Trauma to Triumph
(September, October & November 2017)
Designer: Brandon Laird
Editors: Ken Ramstead & Geoff Moulton

Second Place:Canadian Mennonite
September 25, October 9 and October 23 issues
Publisher: Tobi Thiessen
Executive Editor: Virginia A. Hostetler
Managing Editor: Ross W. Muir

Second Place: Faith Today
July/Aug, September/October and November/December issues of 2017
Designer: Janice Van Eck
Editors: Bill Fledderus and Karen Stiller

Second Place: The United Church Observer
September, October, November
Editor: David Wilson

*No First Place Awarded*

GENERAL EXCELLENCE – NEWSPAPER
Judge: Robert White

Second Place: The New Brunswick Anglican
September, October and November Editions
Editor: Gisele McKnight

First Place: The Catholic Register
April 9, 16 and 23, 2017
Editor: Jim O’Leary

A.C. FORREST MEMORIAL AWARD – CIRCULATION LESS THAN 10,000
Judge: Richard Swain

Honourable Mention: Christian Courier
Two Tales of a City
Author: Jonathan Boone
Editor: Angela Reitsma Bick

First Place: Canada Lutheran
Ministry in the Margins
Author: Joshua Hergesheimer
Editor: Kenn Ward

A.C. FORREST MEMORIAL AWARD – CIRCULATION OVER 10,000
Judge: Richard Swain

Honourable Mention: The Catholic Register
Digging for Truth
Author: Michael Swan

First Place: The United Church Observer
Resisting Genocide
Author: Sally Armstrong

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Uncovering Truth in an Uncertain World

Published on March 15, 2018 by in Features, News

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A joint conference of Canadian Church Press and the Association of Roman Catholic Communicators of Canada

Click here to view conference brochure and schedule.

Student discount added! Although it’s not on the registration page, students can now join this national gathering of editors, journalists and more Thursday (May 3) 9:00-4:15 including lunch for only $50 (includes presentation on Fake News by Paul Berton of The Hamilton Spectator). Or Friday (May 4) 9:00-5:30 including lunch for only $50 (includes panel of luminaries on the Importance of Rigorous Journalism; workshop on Improving Indigenous–Settler Relations by Rev. Canon Virginia “Ginny” Doctor, national coordinator for Indigenous ministries, Anglican Church of Canada; and Kairos Blanket Exercise by Major Shari Russell, territorial Indigenous ministries consultant for the Salvation Army). Check out all the keynote speakers and workshop options by clicking the above link.

To take advantage of this great student discount, please RSVP to cdnchurchpress@hotmail.com and just pay your $50 upon arrival. (To attend Wed evening, May 2 from 7:00-9:00 p.m. including a talk by charities expert Bruce MacDonald and a wine and cheese reception, register like anyone else for $25 at www.catholicregister.org/ccp.

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CCP town hall meeting

Published on September 7, 2017 by in Features

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Join this Canadian Christian communicators town hall meeting, led by the Canadian Church Press and hosted by the R.C. Archdiocese of Toronto, 1155 Yonge St, Toronto, Ontario, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Eastern on Sept 12, 2017.

Join by phone toll-free: 1-855-344-7755 or local  1-416-933-3852. Conference code is: 480 018 4

NEW instructions:

Remember to review the report on revisiting CCP mission and structure by president Bill Fledderus.

Download the PowerPoint presentation to follow along at home.

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