The Tamarack Award was instituted in 2004 by Ruth Pincoe, then President, to recognize members who go “above and beyond the call of duty” in their volunteer work for the Society.
It is awarded annually and is the subjective decision of the President or Co-presidents.
It is called the Tamarack because the physical acknowledgment of the award is a small version of a tamarack-twig decoy created by the Cree people of the James Bay area.
Tamarack Award Winners
The Indexing Society of Canada / Société canadienne d’indexation (ISC/SCI) is pleased to announce the 2020 recipient of the Tamarack Award. Margaret de Boer (Toronto) is being recognized for her…
The Tamarack Award was instituted to recognize members who go “above and beyond the call of duty” in their volunteer work for the Society. According to ISC president Alexandra Peace…
The Tamarack award was instituted to recognize members who go “above and beyond the call of duty” in their volunteer work for the Society. This year we have chosen Christopher…
Many of our members volunteer in various capacities, however one person in particular stood out this past year. At our awards banquet in Montreal on June 2, JoAnne Burek was…
- 2016 Tamarack Award: Mary Newberry
- 2015 Tamarack Award: Christine Jacobs
- 2014 Tamarack Award: Moira Calder
- 2013 Tamarack Award: François Trahan
- 2012 Tamarack Award: Vivien Cartmell
- 2011 Tamarack Award: Heather Ebbs
- 2010 Tamarack Award: Jennifer Hedges
- 2009 Tamarack Award: Gillian Watts
- 2008 Tamarack Award: Ruth Pincoe
- 2007 Tamarack Award: Jane Maguire
- 2006 Tamarack Award: Cheryl Lemmens
- 2005 Tamarack Award: Noeline Bridge
- 2004 Tamarack Award: Beth Macfie