Eve Savory - Legislative/city hall reporter CHQM Vancouver 1973-74; CBC Radio Ottawa 1975-76; regional parliamentary reporter CBOT Ottawa 1976-79; national TV reporter CBC-TV Saskatchewan 1979-81 and Alberta 1981-83; medicine/ science/technology reporter The National CBC Toronto 1983-91; B.C. Science Council established annual Eve Savory Award for Science Communication 1990; environmental specialist The National CBC Vancouver 1991-94 and environment and science documentary reporter 1994-current; recipient of numerous awards.
A Vancouver-based reporter with THE NATIONAL MAGAZINE, Eve Savory has won numerous awards for her coverage of a variety of scientific and medical stories.
she became THE NATIONAL's Toronto-based specialist in
medicine, science and technology, covering a wide range of environmental topics
and reporting extensively on health care, scientific developments, space
exploration, and the fight against AIDS. In 1991, she became THE NATIONAL's environmental specialist in
Savory received the Sandford Fleming Award from the
Royal Canadian Institute for "outstanding achievements in promoting
knowledge and understanding of science." She was honoured
in 1996 for her coverage of the conflict at
In 1986, Savory's reports on biotechnology resulted in a trilogy of honours, from the New York International Film and Television Festival, the Columbus International Film Festival and the Canadian Science Writers' Association, from whom she had won an award the previous year for her reports on AIDS. In 1990, the B.C. Science Council established a new annual award in her name - The Eve Savory Award for Science Communication. Savory was also honoured by the U.B.C. student society with the 1998 Great Trekker Award, recognizing eminence in her field and contributions to the university community.