The 2023 Dalton Camp Award Selection Committee will be announced soon. Please stay tuned.

The 2022 Dalton Camp Award Selection Committee is composed of Hannah Sung, Jane Hilderman, Kathy English, Danielle Paradis, and Temur Durrani.


Hannah Sung is a journalist whose work includes building podcast and newsletter content and strategy. Previously, she was the Manager of Digital Video and Podcasts at TVO and a reporter at the Globe and Mail, where she co-created Colour Code, an award-winning podcast about race. She started her career at MuchMusic as a music journalist and television host. She is a core member of Media Girlfriends and a participant of the Poynter Women’s Leadership Academy.


Jane is a leader in Canada's public policy sector who was recently appointed as Executive Director of the new Prairie climate services network after serving for four years as the Executive Director of the Samara Centre for Democracy, a nonpartisan charity dedicated to strengthening democracy to better serve Canadians. Jane previously worked on Parliament Hill. She holds a Master of Public Policy from the University of Toronto and a BAH from Queen’s University. Jane was raised on a farm in Alberta. She and her family are now living in Winnipeg.


Kathy English has been public editor at the Toronto Star since 2007. Prior to this, she reported and edited for six Canadian daily newspapers, launched websites for two Canadian media companies, and was a tenured faculty member at Ryerson School of Journalism from 1989-1999. She was recently appointed chair of the board of the Canadian Journalism Foundation and serves on the professional advisory board for Ryerson School of Journalism.


Danielle Paradis is a Metis writer and educator. She has written for ChatelaineThe Walrus, and The Sprawl to name a few. She is passionate about storytelling, investigative journalism, and arts writing. Danielle works with Indigenous youth through Indigenous Freinds Association to bridge the gap between traditional knowledge and technology. She volunteers as a board member for Edmonton's only non-fiction festival, LitFest. Danielle is a contributing editor for Canadaland and also teaches journalism at MacEwan University.


Temur Durrani is a national business writer at BNN Bloomberg. A globe-trotting newshound originally from British Columbia, he has covered protests in Hong Kong, graffiti art in India and Pakistan, crashes in Alaska, crime in the GTA, politics in Ottawa, enterprise in the Maritimes, city hall in three cities, and even the Raptors’ historic run to the NBA final. Most recently, he covered the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic for the Winnipeg Free Press and was a reporter for the Toronto Star before that. He speaks fluently or conversationally in at least six languages (guess which ones!) and believes every important story is about power — its impact, inequity and diversity.​​