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2015 Award Winners

The Canadian Museum of Nature is proud to present the winners of the Nature Inspiration Awards.

Not-for-Profit Organizations (Small and Medium)
Not-for-Profit Organizations (Large)
Lifetime Achievement

Youth Award

Presented by TD Bank Group.

Miranda Andersen, 16, Port Moody, British Columbia
Miranda is an exceptionally talented environmental filmmaker, as well as a speaker, blogger and volunteer.

Individual Award

Presented by Scotts Canada Ltd.

Meredith Brown, Ottawa, Ontario
Executive Director of Ottawa Riverkeeper, Meredith is a symbol of perseverance. Ottawa Riverkeeper has grown through her efforts.

Not-for-Profit Organization Award (Small and Medium)

ACAP Humber Arm, Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador
Through partnerships, Humber Arm leads innovative and comprehensive environmental programs such as Trading Books for Boats.

Not-for-Profit Organization Award (Large)

Presented by Bruce Power

David Suzuki Foundation's Homegrown National Park, Toronto, Ontario
This project, started in 2013, is creating Canada's first citizen-led urban green corridor.

Corporation Award

Adventure Canada, Mississauga, Ontario
Adventure Canada is an Arctic cruise company committed to responsible travel, innovation and environmentalism.

Lifetime Achievement Award

Cornelia Hahn Oberlander, O.C., Vancouver, British Columbia
Cornelia has devoted her life as a landscape architect to the field of sustainable design, and the preservation and appreciation of nature.

Finalists 2015

Twenty-seven finalists were selected for the Nature Inspiration Awards.
About the finalists.

Brochure 2015 (PDF).

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