Canadian Publishing Industry News
10 June 2022,     TORONTO
The Walrus tops National Magazine Awards
 
 
The National Magazine Awards were handed out in early June during a virtual ceremony hosted by journalist Kelly Boutsalis. Here are the highlights:

 

The Walrus, the top winner overall, took home five awards — four Gold and one Silver

Maclean’s received four Gold awards, including for Best Magazine: News, Business, General Interest.

Air Canada enRoute won Best Magazine: Service & Lifestyle.

• For the second year in a row, Broadview was named Best Magazine: Special Interest.

• Magazine Grand Prix, the most coveted editorial award, goes to Inuit Art Quarterly.

Maisonneuve is a two-time Gold winner, in Best Emerging Writer for Stephanie Bai’s “Seeking Sanctuary” and Personal Journalism for Emma Gilchrist’s “Genetic Mapping.”

Toronto Life and L’actualité both took home three awards — one Gold and two Silver each.

• Nicholas Hune-Brown of The Local is this year’s Editor Grand Prix winner. The Local also won Silver in Short Feature Writing for Danielle Groen’s “The Last 25 Percent.”

•Gilles Gagnier, longtime publisher of Canadian Geographic, is the posthumous winner of this year’s Publisher Grand Prix award. Gilles’ wife, Nancy Kelly, accepted the award on his behalf.

 

The full list is available on the NMA site.

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