Yves Fortier Earth Science Journalism Award
The Yves O. Fortier Earth Science Journalism Award is presented annually by the Geological Association of Canada to "a journalist who is a resident of Canada and who has been exceptionally effective in presenting one or more earth science stories during the previous 1-3 years in one of Canada’s daily or weekly newspapers or periodicals." The award was established by and is named after Yves O. Fortier, a founding member of the Geological Association of Canada and a former Director of the Geological Survey of Canada.
- 2001 – Ed Struzik of the Edmonton Journal
- 2002 – Larry Pynn of the Vancouver Sun
- 2003 – Ed Struzik of the Edmonton Journal
- 2004 – Bob Burtt of the Waterloo Record
- 2005 – Peter Calamai of the Toronto Star
- 2006 – Margret Brady of the Ottawa Citizen
- 2007 – Colin Hunter of Waterloo Record
- 2008 – Dominique Forget of Géographica (L'Actualité)
- 2009 – Marian Scott of The Gazette
- 2010 – Randy Boswell of CanWest News Service
- 2011 – Karissa Donkin and Hilary Paige Smith of The Telegraph
- 2012 – Edward Struzik of Edmonton Journal
- 2013 – Tom Spears of The Ottawa Citizen
- 2014 – Kate Lunau of Maclean’s Magazine
- 2015 – Margaret Munro of Postmedia News
- 2016 – Ivan Semeniuk of The Globe and Mail
- "Yves O. Fortier Earth Science Journalism Award". Geological Association of Canada. Retrieved 1 October 2016.
- "In Memorium: Yves Oscar Fortier (1914–2014)". McGill University Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences Alumni Newsletter. No. 16. February 2015. p. 46.
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