2013 M Awards Ballot

Voting for the 11th annual M Awards is open until Fri., March 22

Voting for the 11th annual M Awards is open until March 22.

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2013 M Awards


Recognize Victoria’s best and brightest with Monday’s 11th annual M Awards

 

• Vote online at mondaymag.com or complete this ballot by 5 p.m., Fri., March 22.

• Qualifying voters entered in a draw for a pass to the gala Tues., April 23, at Club 9ONE9, emceed by

Michael Delamont.

• Winners announced in April 25 issue of Monday Magazine.

 

Who’s eligible for an M Award?

 

• Individuals must live in Greater Victoria —or have lived here for part of 2012.

• Performances/shows/events must have taken place in Greater Victoria in 2012.

• For publications and recordings, publisher/label can be outside Victoria, but writer/artist must be

from Greater Victoria and the work issued in 2012.

• This is the nominee list. Votes determine the short list. Only the short list invited to the gala.

 

 

Rules

 

• One print or online ballot per person. Must vote in minimum of 10 categories.

• No faxes, e-mails or photocopies.

• Duplicate (stuffed) ballots will be destroyed before counting.

• Vote online or return ballot by 5 p.m. Fri., March 22 at 818 Broughton Street, V8W 1E4.

• Include your name, address and phone number on the ballot.

• Employees of Black Press and sponsors may not vote.

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