What are The Constellation Awards? Who runs them? Where? When? Why?
Where And When
Details & directions for this year's ceremony.
Attend The Ceremony
Online registration is now CLOSED, but you can still register at the door.
Our latest press releases plus our Online Media Guide.
And the nominees are...
Check out the full list of this year's nominees!
List of Eligible Shows And Movies
A list of series and films that were eligible for nomination this year.
Photos of Constellation Awards winners with their trophies.
A look at previous years, including the winners and photos from the ceremonies.
Join The Team!
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Categories & Eligibility
Detailed information on the award categories, and the guidelines for eligibility.
A look at the trophy that the Constellation Awards winners take home.
Limited Edition Logo Patches
Wear your support for the Constellation Awards with pride - buy a Limited Edition Logo Patch!
Send your questions and comments to the Awards Committee.
Links of Interest
List of website updates
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The Constellation Awards TrophyThe Academy Awards have their Oscar. The Hugo Awards have their rocket. And the Constellation Awards have The Constellation Awards Trophy! We ran a contest in early 2007 where everybody was invited to design our trophy. Several designs were received, and the winning design by Craig Norris of Toronto Canada was used for the 2007 trophy.
For 2008, the trophy was slightly redesigned, changing the "Antler" motif at the centre of the trophy to a "Whooping Crane". It was decided at that time that every year, we would alter the centre of the trophy, making every year's trophy unique to that year. Multi-year winners will be able to welcome a different trophy every year!
In 2009, the trophy centre that was selected was a representation of Alouette 1, Canada's first satellite. The trophy was also redesigned to use a rectangular opaque base, rather than the black wooden oval used in previous years.
For 2010, we returned to our previous animal motif with a stylized Polar Bear. Although the photo below shows a round base, the final version of the trophy actually used the same rectangular base as 2009.
In 2011, the trophy flipped back to Canadian Aerospace History again, with a representation of one of Canada's most famous Aerospace accomplishments, the Avro Arrow.
Most recently, 2012's trophy featured a Native art-styled rendition of a narwhal, a marine mammal found primarily in the Canadian arctic.
The trophies have been constructed every year by Ace Awards, who we thank for their excellent service, hard work, and fantastic pricing!
Updated: Jun 23, 2013
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