06/16/2013 04:34 EDT | Updated 08/16/2013 05:12 EDT

CBC B.C. wins 4 national awards for coverage

CBC in British Columbia has won four national awards from the Radio Television Digital News Association.

The RTDNA has been recognizing the best programs, stations and news gathering in both radio and television across Canada for more than 50 years.

The awards were handed out at the RTDNA's national conference in Toronto on Saturday.

This year’s CBC winners include:

- Charlie Edwards Award: Spot News. Reporter Bob Keating won for covering last year's landslide at Johnson's Landing.

- Dave Rogers Award: Short Feature. Margaret Gallagher won for "No Small Feet" that aired on The Early Edition, CBC Radio Vancouver (Large market)

- Sports award. Freelancer Marty Hastings told the story of Aspen Sterzer who plays hockey with the Blazers on Daybreak, CBC Radio Kamloops. Sterzer plays to honour his mother, who was left paralyzed after a terrible car accident.

- Gzowski Award - Best Information Show. The Invisible Hand was a weekly show that aired last summer on CBC Radio One. It was produced by Karen Burgess and Geoff Turner and hosted by Matthew Lazin-Ryder.