CBC Ottawa honoured with 2021 award nominations

CBC Ottawa receives numerous nominations for its work in investigative journalism and storytelling over the past year.

Investigations, live coverage, digital series receive nominations

Marchers carry protest signs with the civil rights slogan 'Black Lives Matter' as they walk through the streets of Ottawa during an anti-racism protest on Friday, June 5, 2020. CBC Ottawa's News at 6 live television coverage of the march received an RTDNA nomination in the live special events category. (Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Press)

The CBC Ottawa news team is working tirelessly both on the air and behind the scenes to share the stories that matter most to you. 

Even during these challenging times, our journalists are always finding innovative ways to provide the critical information you need, share the voices of our community and to ask the difficult questions.

CBC Ottawa was recently nominated for nine Radio Television Digital News Association Awards. The annual RTDNA awards honour the best journalists, programs, stations and newsgathering organizations in radio, television and digital.

See below for a list of 2021 nominations:

RTDNA Awards

Robin Lee's husband, Sean Lee, first suggested she take up streaming as a way to make friends while teaching English in South Korea. Now he helps her with graphic design and editing. The couple was featured as part of the award-nominated series Paid to play: How some Ottawa gamers are making a living doing what they love. (Ash Abraham/CBC)


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