Best interior design OCAP, for transforming Tory Finance Minister Jim Flaherty's Whitby constituency office into eviction chic.
Mel Lastman municipal leadership award Regina mayor Pat Fiacco, who proclaimed June 18 Heterosexual Family Pride Day.
Best song in the propaganda category T.O. Olympic Bid takes it for Expect The World.
Kibbles and Bits Lifetime Achievement Award Upfront honours Liberal MPP Mike Colle for his pitbull act when it came to opposing development on the Oak Ridges Moraine and his tears of pain over puppy mills.
Most poignantly written obituary Maclean's columnist Allan Fotheringham wins for his fond farewell to BC Holocaust denier Doug Collins.
Best reasoning behind an Ontario Film Review Board rating "Mild sexual (plant) innuendo" and "psychological impact may cause adverse effects in children" -- reasoning for the PG rating stamped on Hybrid, a documentary about corn.
Best environmentalist in a non-environmental role Bob Hunter for his role as a defamed author and Liberal candidate for provincial parliament.
Best second thought by a professional sports franchise The Toronto Argonauts football club, who considered having strippers in wet T-shirts at pre-game parties, and then thought again.
Stockwell Day International Diplomacy Award Alliance MP Rob Anders walks away with it for calling international icon Nelson Mandela a "terrorist."
Best mayoral campaign in a non-election year After being out of sight for three years, the award goes to Barbara Hall for showing up -- everywhere.