The Meyerson Award is presented for the best exhibit of a province before Confederation or a territory (Assiniboia, Athabasca, British Columbia, Keewatin, Lower Canada, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Prince Edward Island, Upper Canada, Yukon) shown at the BNAPEX convention. All types of competitive exhibits including stamps, postal history, postal stationery, and aerophilately are eligible.
In 2003, 2005, and 2006, two Meyerson Awards were given. One was for the best Newfoundland exhibit. The other, the "Meyerson Provinces Award", was for the best exhibit of a pre-Confederation province other than Newfoundland.
The Meyerson Award was established in 1965 in honour of Daniel C. and William S. Meyerson who carried out extensive research and published numerous articles on Newfoundland philately. The two brothers teamed up to win the Grand Award at the first BNAPEX in 1949. Daniel C. Meyerson won a second BNAPEX Grand Award at the BNAPEX in 1960.
|2022||David Piercey||Steamship Mail in the Early Decimal Period of Newfoundland 1865 to 1910|
|2021||Robert G. Leigh||The Western District of Upper Canada: The Development of Postal Communications and Postal Markings, 1800-1850|
|2020||No award. The convention was cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic.|
|2019||David Piercey||The Cancellations of Newfoundland 1865 – 1908: Corks, Fancy Cancels & Other Obliterators|
|2018||John M. Walsh||Newfoundland Early Legal Documental History via Stampless Precursor and 1898 Queen Victoria First Revenue types|
|2017||Kevin O’Reilly||A Postal History of Labrador before Confederation|
|2016||John Cooper||Way Mails of New Brunswick|
|2015||Grégoire Teyssier||Quebec: 1763-1851|
|2014||Kevin O'Reilly||A Postal History of the Yukon|
|2013||Martin Eichele||Nova Scotia until UPU|
|2012||Richard Fleet||The Law Stamps of British Columbia - The Early Printings|
|2011||Derek Smith||Transatlantic "Ship Letter" Mail Between Great Britain and NB, NS and PEI - 1780 - 1835|
|2010||Bob Forster||British Columbia and Vancouver|
|2009||David Bartlet||Savings Booklets, Certificates and Stamps of Newfoundland|
|2008||Peter Motson||Newfoundland Airmail Stamps and Airmail Flights: 1919 – 1948|
|2007||Kevin O’Reilly||A Postal History of Labrador Before Confederation|
|2006||Norris (Bob) Dyer OTB||Edward & Alexandra, Newfoundland's Homage to the Prince and Princess of Wales|
|George Lafontaine||The Halifax Post Office in the 18th and 19th Centuries|
|2005||Kevin O'Reilly||A Pre-Confederation Postal History of Labrador|
|Warren Wilkinson||Prince Edward Island Postal Rates - 1851-1873|
|2004||Martyn R. Cusworth||PEI Philately - 1794-1873|
|2003||John M. Walsh||Newfoundland 1897-1918: Royal Family, Dead Letter Seal & Map Stamp Issue|
|Warren S. Wilkinson||British Columbia And Vancouver Island Postal History: 1850-1871|
|2002||Norris (Bob) Dyer OTB||Postal Shortages, and Surcharged Issues of Newfoundland|
|2001||Colin D. Lewis||Newfoundland - Postal Rates & Destinations 1857-1900|
|2000||John M. Walsh||Newfoundland Plate Numbers|
|1999||John M. Wallace||British Columbia and Vancouver Island|
|1998||G. M. Cooper||Resources of Newfoundland|
|1997||John M. Walsh||1897 Royal Family|
|1996||Robert V. C. Carr OTB||British Columbia - Confederation and Express Covers|
|1995||David Piercey||Corks and Other Fancy Cancels on Newfoundland Cents 1865-1900|
|1993||Robert V. C. Carr OTB||Prince Edward Island|
|****||No award between 1987 and 1991|
|****||No record of award being given between 1966 and 1986|
|1965||Robert H. Pratt OTB||Newfoundland Proofs|
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