Benefits Canada is pleased to announce the list of finalists for the 2017 Workplace Benefits Awards.

The finalists will find out who won at a luncheon on Oct. 12 at the Arcadian Court in Toronto. Buy your ticket today to be among the first to hear which companies have come out on top in the following categories.

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The finalists are:

Benefits plan communications:

DHL Supply Chain


Unilever Canada Inc.

Diversity program:

Bruce Power

Fidelity Canada

Niagara Casinos

Health/wellness program (<1,000 employees):

Hobart Food Equipment Group

Lakeside Process Controls Ltd.

Libro Credit Union

Health/wellness program (1,000+ employees):

CAA Club Group

Fidelity Canada

Royal Bank of Canada

Mental health:

Bruce Power

Syncrude Canada Ltd.

The Co-operators Group Ltd.

Pension plan communications:

Alberta Local Authorities Pension Plan

CAA Club Group

Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology Pension Plan

Benefits Canada would like to thank platinum sponsor Morneau Shepell Ltd., as well as the panel of judges who helped select this year’s finalists and winners: Sarah Beech, Accompass Inc.; Jordan Fremont, Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP; Rick Holinshead, Willis Towers Watson; Marilee Mark, Sun Life Financial; Vic Medland, Ontario Teachers Insurance Plan; Jennifer Paterson, Benefits Canada; Colin Ripsman, Foyston Gordon & Payne Inc.; Matthew Williams, Franklin Templeton Investments Corp.; and David Willows, Green Shield Canada.

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