The Canadian Military Mail Study Group Award is presented for the best military exhibit shown at a BNAPEX convention. All competitive military exhibits are eligible to win the award.
In 1994, the Sam Nickle Award for Military Mail was established in honour of the late Sam Nickle, OTB, a former president of BNAPS, winner of two BNAPEX Grand Awards, and Chairman or Co-chairman of two BNAPEX shows held in Calgary. The award was funded by his wife, Rosemary Nickle.
In 2017, the Canadian Military Mail Study Group assumed responsibility for funding the award, and renamed it the Canadian Military Mail Study Group Award.
|2018||Michael Powell||The Great War Internment Camps of Canada|
|2017||Jon Johnson||WWI Canadian Army Nursing Sisters Serving Overseas|
|2015||David Hobden||In Defense of the Border – Canadian Military Mails 1667 – 1885|
|2014||J. Michael Powell||Canadian Prisoners and Civilian Internees in Europe During the Great War|
|2013||J. Michael Powell||Domestic Censorship of P.O.W. Mail to and from Camps in Canada during World War II|
|2012||Hendrik Burgers||Canadians in World War I - The First Contingent|
|2011||Hendrik Burgers||Canadians in Russia 1918-1920 The Last Contingent of World War I|
|2010||William G. Robinson||Canadian Participation in the Anglo-Boer War|
|2009||Hendrik Burgers||Canadians in Russia. The Last Contingent of WW I|
|2008||David Hobden||In Defense of the Border – Canadian Military Mails 1667 – 1885|
|2007||William G. Robinson||Canadian Military Presence in Siberia 1918-1920|
|2006||Colin Pomfret||Canadian Airmen in the Great War|
|2005||Pete Gray||Canadian Internment Camps in WW II|
|2004||Dwight D. Gray||Canadian Internment Camps in World War II|
|2002||John Powell||Mesopotamia Expeditionary Force "D"|
|****||No award between 1998 and 2001|
|1997||Kevin O'Reilly||Postal History of Labrador|
|1996||Horace Harrison||Express Company Operations, Competing with the Post Office in Quebec & Ontario|
|1995||Robert Parsons||Steamboat Mail in Eastern Canada|
|1994||Vic Willson||Canadian Rates and Routes to North American Destinations 1859-1914|
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