CBC/Radio-Canada won 14 national Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) Canada awards on Saturday.
The public broadcaster collected a total of 45 awards for both national and local journalism excellence.
RTDNA Canada is the voice of broadcast and digital journalists and news managers in Canada, and the awards honour the best journalists, programs, stations and newsgathering organizations in radio, television and digital media.
RTDNA regional winners were announced in June.
"Congratulations on all your outstanding work during a news cycle that never stopped," RTDNA president Lis Travers said in a news release.
CBC/Radio-Canada took home national trophies for the following:
News Information Program: CBC The Current, Ukraine's Refugee Crisis
Excellence in Social: CBC News, Iran Protests: Responding to the Audience's Authentic Conversation on Social
Opinion: CBC News, Abortion Columns: First Person & Opinion
News — Live Special Events: CBC News Studios, Pope Francis in Canada: Maskwacis Apology
Here are some of the local RTDNA winners from CBC: