CBN, together with Actual Media (publishers of ReNew Canada and Water Canada magazines) are pleased to announce we have taken responsibility for the Brownie Awards, formerly sponsored by the Canadian Urban Institute. The Brownie Awards program recognizes leadership, innovation and environmental sustainability in brownfields redevelopment across Canada. Working with key industry and professional organizations, we will be presenting the Awards at the an Awards Gala. Read about the CBN/Actual Media Brownie Awards.
There are also a limited number of sponsorships available for this year’s event. For more information on becoming a sponsor, please contact Jackie Pagaduan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information about winners in previous years is available at brownieawards.ca.
CBN HUB (Heroes Underpinning Brownfields) Awards
Presented for the first time in 2016, CBN’s own Awards program is intended to acknowledge individual achievement in brownfield redevelopment. Awards are offered in three categories:
- Foundation: Presented to a contributor to the Brownfield industry in Canada who has had a profound impact on how things are done today. Their work has provided a Foundation upon which the current practices and policies have been based. This is a “career achievement” award
- Pillar: Presented to a recipient who has proven to be a Pillar of Strength in a significant aspect of the Brownfield industry in Canada. They continue to provide valuable expertise and influence into the policies and practices that we are employing. The Pillar award is a mid-career award
- Vision: Presented to a relative new-comer to the Brownfield Industry in Canada and who is providing valuable insight into programs, policies or practices that will be improving how Brownfield redevelopment in Canada is completed.
The three categories of awards correspond to the career stages of brownfielders.