Press Release for the 2021 Aurora Awards

The 2021 Aurora Awards were announced during a live streamed ceremony organized by Ottawa’s Can*Con convention on October 16th, 2021.  Author Silvia Moreno-Garcia gave a keynote to start the awards ceremony.  Author Kevin Hearne announced the first time nominees who...

2021 Aurora Award Ballot

This ballot is for works done in 2020 by Canadians.  The Aurora Awards are nominated by members of the Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy Association.  The top five nominated works were selected.  Additional works were included where there was a tie for fifth...

How to watch the Aurora Awards ceremony

It’s almost time to reveal who will be taking home this year’s Aurora Awards. On October 16th at 7pm EDT our host, Can*Con, will be presenting the Aurora Awards in a virtual ceremony. For full information about the ceremony and who the presenters are, go...

Voting for the 2021 Aurora Awards is now CLOSED

Thanks to all those who cast a ballot for this year’s Aurora Awards.  The results will be announced at an online streaming ceremony hosted by Can*Con on Saturday evening, October 15th at 7pm Eastern Time.  Watch this page for full details about where to go to watch...

Final Notice: Voting Closes This Saturday

Voting for this year’s Aurora Awards will close at 11:59 pm EDT September 4th, 2021 (if you live in BC that would be 8:59 pm, 9:59 pm in Alberta and so on.)  That’s THIS Saturday. Your vote is important so don’t forget to vote.  You don’t have to vote in all...

Aurora Award Voting is Open

This year’s online ballot is now open.  Voting will close at 11:59 pm EDT September 4th, 2021 (if you live in BC that would be 8:59 pm, 9:59 pm in Alberta and so on.)  To access the voting page, you must log into your account to see the link from the ‘Members Only’...