• Toronto Life is a six-time gold winner, including for the prestigious Magazine Grand Prix, and a two-time silver winner.
• Katherine Laidlaw is the gold winner in both long-form feature writing for “The Long Shadow of Elizabeth Wettlaufer,” published in Chatelaine, and Investigative Reporting for “Heartbreaker,” published in Toronto Life.
• Sherina Harris is this year’s best emerging writer for “The Butterfly Effect,” one of five gold awards The Walrus received.
• Christina Frangou won both gold and silver in feature writing for “A Whole New Kind of Grief” and “Stealing Time,” both published in Maclean’s. In total, Maclean’s has won two gold awards and four silver awards.
• In a tie for gold in personal journalism are Joshua Whitehead’s “Who Names the Rez Dog Rez?” published in The Malahat Review and Ish Aderonmu’s “They Called Me Prisoner 183645,” published in Toronto Life.
• The Malahat Review’s second Gold medal is in the category of One of a Kind Storytelling, for Erin Soros’ “Cord.”
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