Bronze Quill Awards






IABC recognizes excellence in organizational communications at the international, national and chapter levels.

Within IABC/BC, we recognize outstanding achievements in communications from outside the membership through the Communicator of the Year Award, the President’s Award, and many others. We also partner with Royal Roads University and salute the Student Communicator of the Year with a scholarship.

Bronze Quill

This chapter-level award recognizes communications excellence across the province of BC. From helping to create great workplaces to managing crisis and communicating change, professional communicators have helped shape this province in many ways. Read More >

Student Communicator of the Year Award

The IABC/BC Student Communicator of the Year (SCOY) Scholarship is an award and designation offered by IABC/BC exclusively to their student members. One outstanding communication student will be awarded this year’s scholarship for excellence in communication. Read More >

President’s Award

The President’s Awards is how we thank our star volunteers for going above and beyond in their work and recognize their contribution. Read More >

Silver Leaf

All that glitters is not always gold – sometimes it’s silver. Think silver. Harder than gold, glittering brilliant white, and a tribute to the passion for excellence of Canadian communicators. Take a look at this silver lining. Read More >

Gold Quill

Distinguish yourself and the work of your team by becoming part of the international best practices the IABC Gold Quill Awards represent. Enter this global competition to receive the highest level of professional acknowledgment within business communication. Read More >

Master Communicator Award

The IABC Canada Master Communicator Award (MC) is a lifetime achievement award and is the highest honor IABC Canada can bestow on an individual member. The Award recognizes outstanding Canadian communicators whose work has brought credit to IABC, the profession, their organization or clients, and whose contributions have raised the standards of organizational communication in Canada. Read more >