Employable Me, Oscar Peterson: Black + White and Lisa LaFlamme win Night 1 of the 2022 Canadian Screen Awards


FRIEND employable methe documentary Oscar Peterson: Black + White and CTV broadcaster Lisa LaFlamme were among the people and programs up for grabs on Night 1 of the 2022 Canadian Screen Awards Online Presentations.

The first part of the livestream celebration focused on Broadcast News, narrated by current affairs personality Brandon Gonez, followed by the Documentary and Factual categories narrated by AND Canada Sangita Patel.

Here are Monday’s winners in key categories:

Best News or Information Program
The Fifth Estate: 15 Deadly Hours

Best News or Information Series
APTN Investigates

Best News Presenter, Local
Anita Bath, CBC Vancouver News at 6 a.m.

Best local newscast
CTV News Toronto at 6 a.m.

Best Newscaster, National
Lisa LaFlame, CTV National News with Lisa LaFlamme

Best National Newscast
CBC News: The National

Best Social/Political Documentary Program
Ghosts of Afghanistan

Best Documentary Short
Night of Nalujuk

Best Science or Nature Documentary Program or Series

Best Historical Documentary Program or Series
How to start a revolution

Best Biographical or Arts Documentary Program or Series
Oscar Peterson: Black + White

Best Factual Series
employable me

Best Documentary Program
Catching a Serial Killer: Bruce McArthur

For the full list of winners, visit the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television website.



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