Bruce Hutchison Lifetime Achievement Award
Clive Jackson From Fleet Street to the city streets of Vancouver where as a reporter his stories broke scandals and covered the events that defined these cities, Clive really 'wrote all about it' before he found his way to a TV station then called BCTV. His TV career began as a reporter for the newscast but he transitioned to the assignment desk in 1990 where he assigned stories that have become iconic in journalism in B.C. He also worked to build the station, now GlobalBC, into a news juggernaut which at one time was the third most watched local news show in North America. However Clive's legacy is measured in more than just ratings. At Global, in 2006, he helped raise five million dollars from viewers and government in just 96 hours to replace tens of thousands of trees blown down after a massive storm hit Vancouver's forested treasure, Stanley Park. He also played a key role in helping Vancouver Children's Hospital raise their goal of half a billion dollars to build their recently opened facility. Clive is known as a consummate journalist and management professional who is admired and deeply respected by those he's worked with.
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