About Roy Green

Roy Green’s resume is outstanding. He is a three times consecutively winner of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters national Gold Ribbon award, Canada’s most prestigious broadcast award.

1992: CAB Gold Ribbon Award: Best Public Affairs and Documentaries

1993: CAB Gold Ribbon Award: Best Community Service

1994: CAB Gold Ribbon Award: Best News, Public Affairs and Documentaries

1998: Recipient: Human Rights and Race Relations Centre of Canada Gold Medal.

1998: Recipient: Communicator of the Year Award. Canadian Public Relations Society.

1997: Featured in a cover story, Roy Green was described by Canada’s Parliamentary newspaper The Hill Times as “one of the most listened to broadcasters by federal ministers and members of parliament.”

1997: Roy Green was the only media person included on the Hamilton Spectator’s list of “100 citizens of influence, of excellence and of a common purpose to improve our society, our economy, our spirit and our well-being”.

Roy was named by the Fraser Institute to a panel of 24 “distinguished Canadians” charting the future of Canada on the issue of national unity.

Roy was a member of the board of directors of the national justice reform and victims rights organization CAVEAT.

1998: Recipient: Human Rights and Race Relations Centre of Canada Gold Medal for “outstanding contribution in the area of race relations.”

1998: Recipient: Paul Harris Fellowship. Rotary Clubs International.

2002: Recipient of HRH Queen Elizabeth Gold Jubilee Gold Medal.

2003: Finalist: Distinguished Citizen of the Year. City of Hamilton.

2007: Inducted: Gallery of Distinction. City of Hamilton

Roy is often featured by other media delivering editorial commentary on national news and relevant social concerns, including Global Television, CTV, CBC, WABC, New York City, Fox News in the U.S. and America’s Most Wanted covered his program on the pursuit of Nazi war criminals living in Canada.

Roy was national trustee for the Victims Assistance Fund set up to assist the French and Mahaffy families in the trial of Paul Bernardo (convicted of the murders of Kristen French and Leslie Mahaffy).

Listeners need not read his resume to know that Roy is a passionate advocate for the average Canadian, with an unshakable desire for justice and a deep and abiding love for his country.