Leadership & Awards

Leadership & Awards

About Our Awards

The CABS Awards are an annual awards program designed to celebrate excellence with business students and business student associations. Nominees are promoted through the general membership, and voting for each award is completed by a combination of the CABS Membership, Leadership Team and the Board of Directors of the Corporation.

Executive All-Star Awards

Awarded to the Business Student Association executive who best exemplifies passion, dedication, and going above and beyond their typical role or job description for the betterment of their respective business school student communities. The award is nominated and voted for on an individual basis as follows for the following positions: President and VPs.

F2020 Winners

Executive All-Star – President
Tony Quach – University of Manitoba

Executive All-Star – Executive
Andrew Novella – VP Events – University of Lethbridge
Brynn Todd – VP Corporate Relations – University of Manitoba

 

Associate/Subsidiary Club Award

Awarded to the top associate and subsidiary club of CABS Member Society as nominated by their parent association. All subsidiary and associate clubs will be judged based on nomination description and overall performance on the year.

F2020 Winner

Asper Network of Empowered Women (ANEW) – University of Manitoba

 

Most Outstanding Business Student Association Award

Awarded to the CABS Member Society that made the biggest strides with respect to their management and execution of their operations in the current operating year.

F2020 Winner

Lang Student’s Association (LSA) – University of Guelph

 

Spirit of CABS Award

Awarded to the CABS Member or attendee of CABS events for displaying the best collaboration, spirit, and efforts in their contributions made to the CABS circuit and its events in the current year.

F2020 Winner

Mitch Bellefleur – University of Saskatchewan

 

Best New Initiative Award

Awarded to the CABS Member Society or Associate Club that has created the best new event or service offering that was run in the current operating year and brought the most incremental value to its business school student community.

F2020 Winner

Lang Sustainability Conference – University of Guelph

 

Best Wellness Initiative Award

Awarded to the CABS Member Society judged to create the meaningful initiative that promotes wellness to students that brought the most incremental value to its business school student community.

F2020 Winner

Asper Fitness Challenge – University of Manitoba

 

Alumni Achievement Award

Awarded to an Alumni of the CABS circuit who, during their time in the circuit and after leaving it, have significantly contributed to the betterment of business student life inside and outside the CABS circuit and who continue to uphold themselves as model members of their communities and are ambassadors of the CABS circuit and brand.

F2020 Winner

Michael Diana – F2019 OCS President

 

Best Charity Initiative

Awarded to the CABS Member Society that made the biggest strides with respect to their management and execution of their operations in the current operating year.

F2020 Winner

ShineToba – University of Manitoba