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

AMI and TVO’s Employable Me, the documentary Oscar Peterson: Black + White and CTV broadcaster Lisa LaFlamme were among the individuals and programs to win during Night 1 of 2022 Canadian Screen Awards Online Presentations.

The first portion of the live streaming celebration focused on Broadcast News, narrated by news personality Brandon Gonez, followed by the Documentary & Factual categories narrated by ET Canada’s Sangita Patel.

Here are the winners in Monday’s key categories:

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

Best News or Information Series
APTN Investigates

Best News Anchor, Local
Anita Bathe, CBC Vancouver News at 6

Best Local Newscast
CTV News Toronto at 6

Best News Anchor, National
Lisa LaFlamme, CTV National News with Lisa LaFlamme

Best National Newscast
CBC News: The National

Best Social/Political Documentary Program
Ghosts of Afghanistan

Best Short Documentary
Nalujuk Night

Best Science or Nature Documentary Program or Series
Borealis

Best History Documentary Program or Series
How to Start a Revolution

Best Biography 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 complete list of winners, visit the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television website.

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