The Canadian Screen Awards are a week-long celebration of the country’s excellence in film, English-language television, and digital media. Humber alumni were honoured for their work throughout the week and during the televised event on March 31.

A number of Humber alumni, both individually and as part of teams, were nominated this year. Congratulations to the winners:

Best Live News Special
Espe Currie,  Journalism - Broadcast Television, 2014
#CityVote: The Debate

Best Feature Sports Segment
Devon Burns, Film and Television Production, 2006 and Media Foundations, 2003
Finding Murph

Best Sports Opening
Devon Burns, Film and Television Production, 2006 and Media Foundation, 2003
2017 Grey Cup

Barbara Sears Award for Best Editorial Research
Lisa Mayor, Journalism – Broadcast Television, 2014
Fifth Estate

Best Picture Editing, Reality/Competition
Clare Elson, Post Production, 2011
The Amazing Race Canada - Just a Beaver Hero

Best Sound, Fiction
Claire Dobson, Post Production, 2011
Vikings - Moments of Vision

Best Original Interactive Production
John Flores, Multimedia Design and Development, 2015
Nuclear Dissent

In addition, two of Humber’s honorary degree recipients were recognized:

Best Host or Interviewer in a News or Information Program or Series
Adrienne Arsenault, Honorary Degree Recipient, 2018
CBC News: The Royal Wedding: Harry & Meghan

Golden Screen Award for TV Drama/Comedy
Russell Peters, Honorary Degree Recipient, 2010
The Indian Detective

The Kids in the Hall, including Kevin McDonald who attended Humber’s Theatre Arts – Performance program, were also honoured for their body of work with the Academy Icon Award.