Answers to the most common questions about the WIN Awards.
Q: Which cities will host events?
A: We are planning to hold events across Canada. Likely cities: Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Ottawa, Regina, and Calgary.
Q: What is the date and times for the event in each hosting city?
A: The Awards Ceremony is scheduled for . Times of each event will be confirmed closer to the ceremony's date.
Q: Which venues will host a ceremony?
A: Ceremony locations will be confirmed shortly.
Q: How do I get tickets?
A: Tickets will be available in early March. WIN members will receive an email when tickets are available—become a WIN member. Sponsors will be allocated tickets based on their sponsorship level.
Q: Can I get a table?
A: No. The Awards ceremonies are not sit down events. You will be able to get multiple tickets (subject to limitations).
Q: If tickets are sold out for a particular venue will there be a waitlist? What is the waitlist process?
A: There will be a waitlist for the events. Please fill out the contact form and select "WIN Awards" for the subject.
Q: What is the cost per ticket?
A: Pricing has not been finalized. It is WIN's goal to make tickets free.
Q: I was nominated, do I get a free ticket to the event? If so, how many?
A: Nominees will not receive a free ticket. Tickets will be available in early March. WIN members will receive an email when tickets are available—become a WIN member.
Q: I was short-listed, do I get a free ticket to the event? If so, how many?
A: Yes, short-listed nominees will receive 2 free tickets, for the nominee and a guest. Additional tickets can also be obtained via the ticketing website (available in early March). WIN members will receive an email when tickets are available—become a WIN member.
Q: How do I contribute to the scholarship fund?
You will be able to donate to the scholarship fund when ordering tickets. Tickets will be available in early March.
Q: Who determines the allocation of the scholarship fund?
Each of the winners is allocated a certain amount. They decide how funds are distributed.