Cam Cardow's Nation Newspaper Award Winning Cartoons

My good friend, Ottawa Citizen cartoonist Cam Cardow. Cam recently won Canada’s highest award in journalism, the National Newspaper Award (NNA), which is their equivalent to our Pulitzer Prize.

Here are his winning cartoons (view more of Cam’s fantastic cartoons here), along with a video Cam made about receiving the award:

Check back for more videos from this year’s American Association of Editorial Cartoonists (AAEC) convention!

By Daryl Cagle

Daryl Cagle is the founder and owner of Cagle Cartoons, Inc. He is one of the most widely published editorial cartoonists and is also the editor of The Cagle Post.

One reply on “Cam Cardow's Nation Newspaper Award Winning Cartoons”

If you are trying to suggest, in your latest cartoon, that Michael Ignatieff is not to be believed (ie. the Easter bunny has more credibility), it amazes me that you didn’t draw Mr. Harper instead. Remember that he is the one called a liar by both Jack Layton and Gilles Duceppe regarding his flip-flop on the coalition government he was prepared to form with them when the Liberals won a minority in (I think) 2004. When asked by Peter Mansbridge in a recently interview if Layton was calling Harper a liar, Layton said “He wasn’t telling the truth”. Gilles Duceppe has been unabashed in calling Harper “a liar” over the coalition episode. Why are you beating up on Ignatieff and letting Harper cakewalk his way through a campaign? He is so programmed, he looks as though he has a key in his back to wind him up, keep him smiling, and keep disregarding the truth.
This is the first time I haven’t been impressed by your work. I’m very disappointed.

Comments are closed.