Canadian Magazine Industry News
5 June 2009,     TORONTO
CMC announces new Terri DeRose Memorial Award at ACE Awards
Terri DeRose
In honour of one of the industry's best-loved circulators, the Circulation Management Association of Canada (CMC) has created the Terri DeRose Memorial Award, a $1,000 scholarship that will go to a student at Ryerson University's School of Continuing Education. The annoucement was made at the annual ACE Awards luncheon, held Wednesday as part of MagNet. DeRose, one of the CMC's founders, died of cancer on in June 11 at the age of 56.

The ACE Awards recognize and celebrate the excellent circulation work being done in the Canadian publishing industry.

This year's winners:
  • The 2009 Marketer of the Year award went to Suzanne Phillips, senior director, multi-magazine sales at Rogers Publishing Inc.
  • Kate Mills of Canadian House & Home won the $3,000 Caren King Scholarship.
  • Sam Cohen, publisher of Canadian Running Magazine and Gripped Inc. won a Special Achievement Award.
  • Heather Maxwell-Tufford of Cottage Life won a new Eco-Award
  • Environmental Science Engineering won for best b-to-b campaign.
  • Chatelaine won for the best consumer online campaign.
  • Canadian Living had the best consumer offline campaign.
  • The Beaver, Canada's history magazine, won for best retail promotion.
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