The awards - which were named for the Toronto-born Superman co-creator - were distributed at the Calgary Comic and Entertainment Expo on Saturday night.
They celebrate the best in Canadian comics creators.
Francis Manapul was named 'Outstanding Comic Book Artist' for his work on DC Comics' Adventure Comics, The Flash and Superman/Batman.
The judging panel described Manapul's work on The Flash as "mature in its storytelling and some of the best use of his new technique so far".
The 'Outstanding Comic Book Writer' prize went to Émilie Villeneuve for La fille invisible (The Invisible Girl).
The panel praised Villeneuve for addressing eating disorders in La fille invisible, saying: "The jury was particularly impressed with the way in which Villeneuve chose to tell Flavia's story - a unique mixture of traditional storytelling and a documentary style approach enhanced by her effective research on the subject."
Koyama Press won the 'Outstanding Comic Book Publisher' award.
Cartoonist Chester Brown and Spawn-creator Todd McFarlane were inducted into the Canadian Comic Book Creator Hall of Fame.
The Bill Finger Award winners were also announced last week.