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Congratulations to all winners!
Fifty-four talented photographers participated in the contest this year and submitted a record 315 photographs making the task of jury all the more difficult: Amélie Picher, Director, TD Friends of the Environment Foundation, Stéphane Dionne, artist and professional photographer and Samuel Montigné, educator with Les amis, artist and photographer.
Les amis de la montagne congratulate the winners and thank all the contest participants as well as the members of the jury for their participation in this 4th edition. In each category, the winners received a gift certificate for use at the boutique or the Café des Amis at Maison Smith, for a value of $75 for the Grand Jury prize, $50 for the Prix des Amis and 1st prizes and $25 for the 2nd prizes. All the winners also received a collection of historical postcards of Mount Royal Park and the book "La colline qui voulait devenir une montagne".
Unveiling of the winning photos at Maison Smith on October 19, 2013: (L to R) Delphine Delair, Grand Jury prize, Éric Richard, director educational services, Les amis de la montagne, Nathaniel Yee, Prix des Amis, Amélie Picher, Director, TD Friends of the Environment Foundation, Michael Vesia, 2nd prize Art and buildings, Charles Harvey, 1st prize Art and buildings, Nabil Zariffa, 1st prize Nature, Jean Guy Morisset, 2nd prize Nature, Erika Timoshenko, 2nd prize Land and landscape, Dina Bennett, 1st prize A mountain for all, Richard Duret, 1st prize Light and landscape and Roger Bisson, 2nd prize Light and landscape.