The winners will be announced on June 3 during a virtual ceremony hosted by journalist Kelly Boutsalis. Gold winners in writing and visual categories will receive a $1,000 cash prize.
Individual nominee highlights include:
• Michael Friscolanti’s “Every 49 Minutes,” published in Maclean’s, has two nominations — Investigative Reporting and Long-Form Feature Writing 6000+.
• “Citizen of Nowhere,” written by Adnan Khan for The Walrus, is nominated twice, in Long-Form Feature Writing and Profiles.
• “Doctor Fentanyl,” written by Brett Popplewell for Toronto Life, is nominated twice, in Long-Form Feature Writing and Investigative Reporting.
• The Walrus’s “Justice on Trial,” is nominated twice — for Eva Holland in Long-Form Feature Writing and Lauren Crazybull in Illustration.
• “Kids in Crisis,” published by Broadview, has received nominations for Miranda Newman in Feature Writing and Cornelia Li in Illustration.
• Hazlitt’s “Molar City” is nominated in Personal Journalism for Tom Thor Buchanan and Illustration for Hudson Christie.
• Stephanie Bai’s “Seeking Sanctuary,” published in Maisonneuve, has earned nominations for Long-Form Feature Writing and Best Emerging Writer.
For all the winners, go the NMA site.