Canadian Publishing Industry News
6 May 2022,     TORONTO
MNA finalists announced
Macleans leads the nominations for the 2022 National Magazine Awards with 23 nods, followed by The Walrus, Toronto Life, and Maisonneuve. The final tally is 199 nominations from more than 1,000 entries.

            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.

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