Spirit of Canada Award from the Travel Media Association of Canada for her feature, “Cold Comforts” in enRoute magazine.
Second place, Food & Drink category, for, “Get Real: Montreal’s Authentically Inauthentic Chinese Food” in Eighteen Bridges magazine.
Magazine Grands Prix Award for Best Food & Beverage story for her feature, “Have Yourself a Merry Little Calisson” in enRoute magazine.
Finalist for Alberta’s Alto Award for Tourism Media, for her enRoute magazine story, “Calgary is Upping the Steaks.”
Also part of the team nominated for two 2016 National Magazine Awards, for Best Single Issue and Best Editorial Package, for enRoute magazine’s wonderful November 2015 Food Issue.
Explore Canada Culinary Award at GoMedia Canada for her Food Arts story, “A High Way with Byways”.
First place for Best Food & Drink Feature at the TMAC Conference for her feature, ’The Future of French Food’, in enRoute magazine.
2nd place for Best Story About Travel in Canada for, ‘A High Way with Byways’ in Food Arts Magazine.
Best Story at the Canadian Tourism Commission’s GoMedia conference, for her feature ‘Creating A Scene’, in Food Arts magazine.
Nominated for Best Short Feature at the National Magazine Awards for her enRoute story, ‘The Future of French Food’.
Travel Media Award at the Ontario Tourism Summit for her story ‘Creating A Scene’, in Food Arts magazine.
Canadian Tourism Commission’s inaugural “Keep Exploring” Award of Excellence in Travel Journalism for her body of proudly Canadian travel stories.
Northern Lights Award from the Canadian Tourism Commission and Canada Media Marketplace, for her story ‘Creating A Scene’, in Food Arts magazine.
Finalist for Best Culinary Story at the North American Travel Journalists Association (NATJA) Awards for, “Naked Lunch”, in enRoute magazine.
Finalist for Best Canadian Travel Story of the Year, at the GoMedia conference in Whitehorse, Yukon, for her story “My Life and Times with the CN Tower”.
Gold at the North American Travel Journalists Association (NATJA) Awards Amy for “Can a Croissant Change Your Life?”, in Perceptivetravel.com.
Silver for her story “My Life and Times with the CN Tower”, also for Perceptivetravel.com.
Finalist for Best Travel Journalism at the Ontario Tourism Awards for 'Where the Dinos Fly'.
Bronze at the NATJA Awards for ”Once Upon a Time in Vienna”, a story Amy wrote for Perceptivetravel.com Gold at the NATJA Awards, and her Globe & Mail feature “Sparkling Hill Resort offers Okanagan Oasis”, won a bronze.
Finalist at the Tourism Hamilton Awards for her National Post story “The Ontario Savannah” and received the honourable mention.
NATJA Award for “How to turn 40” in the National Post.
VisitBritain Travel Journalism Award for best online story, for ‘Don’t Eat Low-Lying Berries, and Other Lessons Learned in the Wales Countryside’, on Perceptivetravel.com.
Four NATJA awards, including first place for “Someone’s in the Kitchen with Daniel” in enRoute, and runner-ups for “Don’t Eat Low-Lying Berries, and Other Lessons Learned in the Wales Countryside”, “Bloodvein: Redemption on the River”, both in Perceptivetravel.com, and “This is Tel Aviv”, which appeared in enRoute.
Finalist for the Tourism Excellence Travel Media Award at the TIAC National Awards (presented by the Globe and Mail), based on her Can-con body of work.
Runner Up, Tourism Media Award at the 11th Annual Hamilton Tourism Awards, for her article in the National Post called “Steeltown Scoop”.
Three North American Travel Journalists Association (NATJA) awards. First place for two stories: “Insulin was Born in London” in the National Post, and “Building an Igloo (at 40 Below)” for Perceptivetravel.com. Runner-up for her enRoute feature, “Shell Game”.
Travel Media Association of Canada conference Starwood Golden Click Award for best online travel story, for “Building an Igloo (at 40 Below)", and second place for the Calgary AGM Destination Award for “Wanted: Chefs, Waiters, Dishwashers’ in the National Post.
Platinum Award at the Canadian E-Tourism Awards in Vancouver for Best Traveller Storytelling, for “Building an Igloo (at 40 Below)" for perceptivetravel.com.
Finalist at the TIAC National Awards for the Tourism Excellence Travel Media Award (presented by the Globe and Mail), based on her Can-con body of work this year.
Finalist for the Media Award at the Travel Alberta Industry Conference in Banff for “At Home on the Range”, in the National Post.
TourismMedia Award at the 9th Annual Hamilton Tourism Awards, for “Hamming it Up” in the National Post.
Nominated for a National Magazine Award for her contribution to the editorial package, “Eat Cheap” in Toronto Life magazine.
Best International Magazine Award at the Canadian Tourism Commission’s ‘Northern Lights’ awards, for “Divine Intervention” in enRoute.
Honorable mention at the Choice Award of Excellence in Travel Journalism for best travel feature for “Divine Intervention”, awarded to a member of TMAC.
Award of excellence at the North American Travel Journalist Association Awards for “Ladies of the Vine” in the National Post.
Award of excellence at the North American Travel Journalist Association Awards in the Destination Travel International Magazine category for “Ring My Bell” in enRoute.
Nominated for a prestigious James Beard Award for her enRoute feature “Canada’s Best New Restaurants” in the Magazine Restaurant Review or Critique category.
Award of excellence at the Apex Awards for Publication Excellence in Magazine & Journal Writing, for her piece Canada’s Best New Restaurants, in enRoute Magazine.
Canadian Medical Association Journal and The Canadian Journal of Surgery’s Amy Chouinard Memorial Essay Prize for best feature.