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Tribune/Advisor awarded Canada’s best holiday edition

The Williams Lake Tribune and The Weekend Advisor captured a first-place win this week in the Canadian Community Newspaper Awards.  - Tribune/Advisor image
The Williams Lake Tribune and The Weekend Advisor captured a first-place win this week in the Canadian Community Newspaper Awards.
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The Williams Lake Tribune and The Weekend Advisor captured a first-place win this week in the Canadian Community Newspaper Awards.

The newspaper received the honour for its annual Season’s Greetings Christmas supplement.

The Tribune/Advisor won in the ‘Best Holiday Edition’ category in the circulation class of 4,000 to 12,499.

Second place went to the Yukon News, while third-place honours were awarded to The Lunenburg County Progress Bulletin of Nova Scotia.

The 2013 Season’s Greetings featured our Spirit of Christmas writing contest submissions, as well as local Christmas features written by staff writers, and the popular Touch of Class section where grades 2/3 and Grade 3 Chilcotin Road elementary students shared artwork and stories of their Christmas memories and traditions.

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