2023 Best of the Best
Recommended by evaluators and reviewed by the Gold Quill Awards chair, vice chair and past chair, the Best of the Best winners represent the very best entries seen across the globe.
Division 1: Communication Management, Category 3: Human Resources and Benefits Communication
Successfully Introducing a Defined Contribution Pension at Goodyear Canada
Goodyear Canada and WTW
Division 1: Communication Management, Category 4: Change Communication
Transitioning to a New Pension Program at Goodyear Canada
Goodyear Canada and WTW
Division 1: Communication Management, Category 14B: COVID-19 Response & Recovery Management and Communication
Managing Slovenian Breast Cancer Screening Programme DORA Communication in the COVID-19 Pandemic
Onkološki inštitut Ljubljana
Division 1: Communication Management, Category 18: Multicultural Communication
Let's Get Vaccinated
NSW Department of Customer Service
Division 3: Communication , Category 21: Communication Training and Education
VWSA Communication Excellence Training
Volkswagen Group South Africa and DevCom
Division 4: Communication Skills, Category 25: Social Media
The Professional Women's Hockey Players Association; #StickInTheGround
Division 4: Communication Skills, Category 26: Publications
Women and Children's Health Research Institute 2021-2022 Annual Report
Women and Children's Health Research Institute
2023 Special Award Winners
Business Issue Award: Presented to an entry that addresses a critical business issue that threatened the well-being or viability of an organization and shows strategic involvement while presenting and effective, innovative resolution with measurable results.
SFU's Burnaby Mountain Gondola Advocacy Plan
Simon Fraser University
2022 "Agency/Team of the Year" Award Winners
The “Agency/Team of the Year” awards highlight the highest-scored entries in the program submitted by an agency or organization. The awards are evaluated based on the number of winning submissions from a particular entrant.
Boutique Agency of the Year: Presented to an outstanding agency with five or fewer employees.
Small Agency of the Year: Presented to an outstanding agency with 6-20 employees.
Edery and Lord Communications
Mid-Size Agency of the Year: Presented to an outstanding agency with 21–50 employees.
Large Agency of the Year: Presented to an outstanding agency with 51 or more employees.
Corporate Communication Department of the Year
Not-for-Profit Communication Department of the Year
University of Toronto Communications