Okay, back. CBC Halifax's very own Stephanie Domet welcomes the crowd. Dinner time, then we'll hear more from her and all of the award winners.
I left this computer to eat dinner and five of you are still watching? Wait, now seven? Bless you.
Domet is back on stage. Here we gooooooo!
Hilary Beaumont thanks women who shared their story w/ her for The Coast. "They were very brave in sharing their story," she said. #caj15
Ric Esther Bienstock on her team's organ trade investigation: "I think that I've posed more questions than than answers."
Kathy Tomlinson on McJobs investigation: "This is the story that just kept on giving, eh?" She thanks her sources for sharing their stories with her. "Their livelihood was at stake."
The #CAJaward for community broadcast goes to Charles Rusnell and Jennie Russell, from CBC News Edmonton #caj15
CBC Edmonton's Jennie Russell thanks her "investigative partner" Charles Rusnell and the sources who spoke to them as part of their investigation.
Teri Pecoskie on working on her Keeping Score investigation: "For me to take a month or six weeks on an investigation is a big deal ... so this is for my colleagues who helped me out."
CAJ gala host Stephanie Domet had an oops while she was refreshing her drink just now: "I'm the person that drank the [table] centrepiece!" (She thought it was a pitcher of drinking water.) Also: "I drank so much of that and I'm STILL thirsty!"
I've been running back and forth uploading cell phone photos but I have to add on here: Thanks Stephanie Domet for the funniest moment tonight.
Hugo cedes the stage to Stephanie Domet, who will now present the Don McGillivray Award for Investigative Journalism. This award celebrates the finest of tonight's investigative winners. Drumroll...
The winner: AURA OF POWER!
And that's it! Stephanie signs off and we're done. Time for beer!