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Comox Valley Record nominated for national award for best front page

The Comox Valley Record is a national finalist for best front page in awards presented by the Canadian Community Newspaper Association (CCNA).

Black Press has created an online tribute to recognize the many award nominations garnered by company newspapers. It’s at www.bclocalnews.com/features.

To see the nomination by the Record, go to http://issuu.com/blackpressgroup/docs/cvrn100910_a01.

The Record also earned a CCNA Blue Ribbon, which is given in the general excellence category to any paper in the national competition that deserves recognition for excellence, as determined by general excellence judges.

CCNA awards will be presented April 30 in Richmond.

 

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