Et les lauréats sont…

La Fondation des prix pour les médias canadiens a honoré les œuvres les plus percutantes publiées dans les périodiques canadiens en 2021 lors de la célébration des lauréats des Prix du magazine canadien 2022, animée par Kelly Boutsalis et diffusée en direct sur notre site Web. Les gagnants de la médaille d’or dans les catégories de créateurs reçoivent une récompense de 1000 $ en plus de leur prix.  

Si vous avez gagné une médaille d’or, veuillez communiquer avec nous et nous donner votre adresse postale et NAS afin de recevoir votre récompense en argent et votre certificat. Les certificats pour les gagnants de médailles d’argent et les mentions honorables sont disponibles sur demande.

Les lauréats et les finalistes peuvent aussi célébrer leurs accomplissements en téléchargeant les sceaux des lauréats et finalistes ici.

Points saillants

  • The Walrus est le grand gagnant de cette année, remportant un total impressionnant de cinq prix — quatre médailles d’or et une médaille d’argent.
  •  Maclean’s a reçu quatre médailles d’or, y compris celle du Meilleur magazine :  actualité, affaires, intérêt général.
  •  Air Canada enRoute est le lauréat de la catégorie Meilleur magazine :  service et art de vivre.
  • Pour la deuxième année consécutive, Broadview a été nommé Meilleur magazine :  intérêt spécial.
  • Le Grand Prix du magazine, notre prix éditorial le plus convoité, revient à Inuit Art Quarterly.
  • Maisonneuve a gagné deux médailles d’or, l’une dans la catégorie Meilleur auteur émergent pour « Seeking Sanctuary » de Stephanie Bai et l’autre dans la catégorie Journalisme personnel pour « Genetic Mapping » de Emma Gilchrist.
  • Toronto Life et L’actualité remportent tous les deux un nombre impressionnant de trois prix — une médaille d’or et deux médailles d’argent chacun.
  • Nicholas Hune-Brown de The Local est le lauréat du Grand Prix de la rédaction de cette année. The Local a également remporté l’argent dans la catégorie Meilleur article court pour « The Last 25 Percent » de Danielle Groen.
  • Gilles Gagnier, qui fut longtemps éditeur de Canadian Geographic, est le lauréat à titre posthume du Grand prix de l’éditeur de cette année. Son épouse, Nancy Kelly, a accepté le prix en son nom.

Winners / Lauréats

Best Emerging Writer / Meilleur auteur émergent

Sponsored by The Reader’s Digest Foundation of Canada

Gold

Stephanie Bai for “Seeking Sanctuary,” published in Maisonneuve

Stephanie Bai’s “Seeking Sanctuary” is an exceptional blend of original reporting and beautiful storytelling. It tells the story of a Toronto church and other community organizations assisting unhoused citizens at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. It stands out because of its impact — the piece can serve as a mirror, revealing municipal failures to address Toronto’s housing crisis. But it can also be read as a time capsule of sorts — one that preserves the memory of people who went above and beyond to support their unhoused neighbours, or one that honours the resilience of those who continue to survive in the city despite their circumstances. With this piece, Bai proves that the future of journalism rests in great hands.

— NMA Jury

Honourable Mention

Paloma Pacheco for “Saving Finn Slough,” published in Maisonneuve
Kunal Chaudhary for “The Sun is always in your eyes in Rexdale,” published in Spacing


Long-Form Feature Writing: 6000+ / Meilleur article de fond : 6000+ mots

Gold

What happened at Northwood?
The Coast
Stephanie Nolen

Silver

Au coeur du cauchemar afghan
L’actualité
Fabrice de Pierrebourg
Collaborateur : Josée Désaulniers, rédactrice principale

Honourable Mention

Three Days in the Theater of Old-Growth Logging and Protest
Hakai Magazine and The Tyee
Arno Kopecky
Contributors: Jude Isabella, editor; David Beers, editor

Every 49 minutes
Maclean’s
Michael Friscolanti

Ktaqmkuk
Maisonneuve
Justin Brake
Contributors: Madi Haslam, editor-in-chief; Sarah Ratchford, associate editor

The RCMP Revisited
The Walrus
Jane Gerster
Contributors: Lucy Uprichard, fact-checker; Paul Kim, illustrator; Hamutal Dotan, handling editor

Students for Sale
The Walrus
Nicholas Hune-Brown
Contributors: Connor Garel, fact-checker; cornelia Li, illustrator; Daniel Viola, handling editor

Province of No Choice
The Walrus
Jessica Leeder
Contributors: Allison Baker, fact-checker; Darren Calabrese, photographer; Hamutal Dotan, handling editor

The Last Supper
Toronto Life
Chris Nuttall-Smith

The Hunt for a Killer
Toronto Life
Malcolm Johnston


Long-Form Feature Writing / Meilleur article de fond — long format

Gold

Forgiving Jaskirat Sidhu
Maclean’s
Aaron Hutchins

Silver

Justice on Trial
The Walrus
Eva Holland
Contributors: Allison Baker, fact-checker; Lauren Crazybull, illustrator; Carmine Starnino, handling editor

The House That Divided the Toronto Islands
Toronto Life
Katherine Laidlaw

Honourable Mention

No way out
Chatelaine
Christina Frangou
Contributors: Denise Balkissoon, executive editor; Sun Ngo, creative director; Alicia Morris, illustrator

Seeking Sanctuary
Maisonneuve
Stephanie Bai

Planer pour guérir
Québec Science
Marine Corniou
Collaborateurs : Marie Lambert-Chan, rédactrice en chef; Mélissa Guillemette, journaliste-réviseure; Sophie Cazanave, correctrice-réviseure

Citizen of Nowhere
The Walrus
Adnan Khan
Contributor: Carmine Starnino, editor; Connor Garel, fact-checker; James Lee Chiahan, illustrator

Quitting America
The Walrus
M.E. Rogan
Contributors: Nicole Schmidt, fact-checker; Phil Bergerson, photographer; Carmine Starnino, handling editor

Doctor Fentanyl
Toronto Life
Brett Popplewell

The Short Life and Tragic Death of Houdini
Toronto Life
Lauren McKeon


Short Feature Writing / Meilleur Article Court

Gold

Freeing Oysters from a Parasite’s Hold
Hakai Magazine
Karen Pinchin

Silver

The Last 25 Percent
The Local
Danielle Groen

Honourable Mention

The amazing sea wolves of the Great Bear Rainforest
Canadian Geographic
Ziya Tong

At the crossroads
Chatelaine
Jessica McDiarmid
Contributors: Radiyah Chowdhury, associate editor; Denise Balkissoon, executive editor;  Stephanie Han Kim, art director; Lauren Crazybull, illustrator

Point final
ELLE Québec
Elisabeth Massicolli
Collaborateurs : Sophie Banford, éditrice; Joanie Pietracupa, rédactrice en chef; Théo Dupuis-Carbonneau, chef de contenu beauté

Des femmes chassent le plastique pour sauver la planète
ELLE Québec
Sabrina Myre
Collaborateurs : Sophie Banford, éditrice; Joanie Pietracupa, rédactrice en chef; Laurie Dupont, chef de contenu culturel.

Greyhound’s resting place
Maclean’s
Marie-Danielle Smith

Moving day
Maclean’s
Lindsay Jones

The Mystery of the Lebanese Mushroom Burger
Quench Magazine
Omar Mouallem

‘It was hard enough before’: Manitoba’s drought, worsened by climate crisis, is upending Prairie life
The Narwhal
Sarah Lawrynuik
Contributors: Carol Linnitt, editor; Emma Gilchrist, editor; Arik Ligeti, editor


Feature Writing / Meilleur article de fond

Gold

A house sits still
Maclean’s
Marie-Danielle Smith

Silver

Cases of missing trans people are rarely solved. A married pair of forensic genealogists is hoping to change that
Xtra Magazine
Erica Lenti
Contributors: Rachel Giese, editor; Michael Harris, editor; Allison Baker, copy editor and fact-checker; Jasjyot Singh Hans, illustrator

Honourable Mention

The Last Owls
BESIDE
Sarah Cox
Contributors: Mark Mann, associate editor-in-chief; Catherine Métayer, editor-in-chief

I Didn’t Get to Make a Choice
Broadview
Meagan Gillmore
Contributors: Caley Moore, handling editor; Sydney Hamilton, fact-checker

Kids in Crisis
Broadview
Miranda Newman
Contributors: Kristy Woudstra, handling editor; Sydney Hamilton, fact-checker

Les femmes au front pour traquer les pédophiles sur Internet
ELLE Québec
Sabrina Myre

The election tested a fed up and confused country
Maclean’s
Shannon Proudfoot

Recycler le territoire
Nouveau Projet
Diane Bérard

Les cartes, témoins du monde
Québec Science
Annie Labrecque
Collaborateurs : Marie Lambert-Chan, rédactrice en chef ; Mélissa Guillemette, réviseure

Une soirée avec l’unité d’urgence sociale de la DPJ
URBANIA
Hugo Meunier


Fiction

Gold

The Mission
The Walrus
Troy Sebastian (NUPQU ʔA·Kǂ AM̓)
Contributors: Allison Baker, fact-checker; Jessica Johnson, handling editor

Silver

Outraged on Your Behalf
subTerrain Magazine
Carleigh Baker

Honourable Mention

I Don’t Know Why
EXILE: The Literary Quarterly
Madeline Sonik
Contributor: Barry Callaghan, handling editor

Palais Royale
The Fiddlehead
Tamas Dobozy

Daycare
The Malahat Review
Cedar Bowers

Public Diddler
The New Quarterly
Georgina Beaty
Contributor: Pamela Mulloy, handling editor

Private Hands
The Walrus
Michael LaPointe
Contributors: Lucy Uprichard, fact-checker; Franco Égalité, illustrator; Jonah Brunet, handling editor


Service Journalism / Journalisme de service

Gold

Des réponses à toutes vos questions sur les vaccins contre la COVID
L’actualité
Valérie Borde
Collaborateurs : Josée Désaulniers, rédactrice principale; Julie Gobeil, chef du pupitre éditorial

Silver

An ex-agoraphobe’s guide to leaving the house
Chatelaine
Kate Rae
Contributors: Denise Balkissoon, executive Editor; Stephanie Han Kim, art director; Allison + Cam, illustrators

Honourable Mention

Strategies
Canadian Business
Andrea Yu
Contributors: Emily Landau, senior editor; Charlotte Herrold; editor-in-chief; Studio Wyse, creative direction; Vanessa Wyse, designer; Della Rollins, photo editor; Kathleen Fu, illustrator; Stacey Newman, photographer; Alia Youssef, photographer

Team Player
Chatelaine
Sydney Loney

Grossophobie médicale: la dure réalité des patientes en surpoids
Châtelaine
Andréanne Moreau, Marie Bernier
Collaborateurs : Johanne Lauzon, rédactrice en chef; Daniel Chrétien, rédacteur en chef adjoint

Game of Thrones
Cottage Life
Jackie Davis

Why the first shot offered is still the best shot
Maclean’s
Patricia Treble

Dementia Warning Signs
Reader’s Digest Canada
Mark Witten
Contributor: Micah Toub, handling editor

10 Normal Questions All New Moms Google
Today’s Parent
Amy Green
Contributor: Kim Shiffman, handling editor

What To Eat Now
Toronto Life
Alex Baldinger, Rebecca Fleming, Liza Agrba


Profiles / Portraits

Gold

Citizen of Nowhere
The Walrus
Adnan Khan
Contributor: Carmine Starnino, editor; Connor Garel, fact-checker; James Lee Chiahan, illustrator

Silver

Repenser la police
L’actualité
Jean-Benoît Nadeau
Collaborateur : Josée Désaulniers, rédactrice principale

Honourable Mention

Death of a Rising Star
Broadview
Ashley Okwuosa
Contributors: Kristy Woudstra, handling editor; Elena Gritzan, fact-checker

Esi Edugyan is…
Maclean’s
Ian Williams

Almost Famous
Maclean’s
Sadiya Ansari
Contributor: Dafna Izenberg, editor

Fefe Dobson Is Ready To Let It All Out Again
Refinery29 Canada
Kathleen Newman-Bremang
Contributors: Yaz Butcher, art director; Vai Yu Law, photographer; Pamela Lau, photography assistant; Elaine Jyll Regio, stylist; Jasmin Winnie Stephen, hair and makeup; Nadia Ebrahim, assistant editor; Carli Whitwell, editorial director

Meredith MacNeill Has Funny Bones
The Walrus
Soraya Roberts

Un parcours trans, une carrière dans noir silence
URBANIA
Hugo Meunier
Contributors: Sean Young, fact-checker; Kourosh Keshiri, photographer; Carmine Starnino, handling editor

54 Minutes With Sharon Stone
Zoomer
Johanna Schneller


Personal Journalism / Journalisme personnel

Gold

Genetic Mapping
Maisonneuve
Emma Gilchrist
Contributors: Madi Haslam, editor-in-chief; Sarah Ratchford, associate editor

Silver

Soar
The New Quarterly
Chyana Marie Sage
Contributor: Pamela Mulloy, handling editor

Honourable Mention

The Migrant Rain
Brick, A Literary Journal
Vinh Nguyen

Et si on tendait la main aux autres?
Châtelaine
Florence Sara G. Ferraris
Collaborateurs : Johanne Lauzon, rédactrice en chef; Daniel Chrétien, rédacteur en chef adjoint

Molar City
Hazlitt
Tom Thor Buchanan

Recordings of Truths and Facts
Humber Literary Review
Kelly S. Thompson

The Wait of Ashes
Prairie Fire
Paul Dhillon

OCD Is Not a Joke
The Walrus
Lisa Whittington-Hill
Contributors: Tina Knezevic, fact-checker; Tajja Isen, handling editor

The Cult That Raised Me
Toronto Life
Ewan Whyte


Lifestyle Photography / Photographie : art de vivre

Gold

Bon Baisers
ELLE Canada
Jetro Emilcar
Contributors: Annie Horth, creative director; Amanda Lee Shirrefs, stylist; Estelle Gervais, editorial producer; Nicholas Blanchet, makeup; Rudy Cavalier, hair

Silver

City Lights
FASHION Magazine
Lawrence Cortez
Contributors: George Antonopoulos, Danielle Campbell, Ashley Galang, Jesse Ervin, Jodi Urichuk, Jessika Franklin, Saul Shlesinger, Brandon McEachern, Andrew Moreno, Vanissa Bruce, Jessica Jansen et al.

Honourable Mention

Make comfort
Chatelaine
Maya Visnyei
Contributors: Irene Ngo, food content director; Sun Ngo, creative director; Chantal Braganza, senior editor; Michael Elliott, food stylist; Catherine Doherty, prop stylist; Sophie Hsin, makeup and hair

Modern Romance
MONTECRISTO Magazine
Grant Harder
Contributors: Sandra Zarkovic, creative direction; Leila Bani, styling; Jessica McNeilly, model; Tania Becker, hair; Paula Lanzador, makeup; Hena Pesut, assistant stylist; Marlin Olynyk, assistant photographer

Pieces of You
MONTECRISTO Magazine
Evaan Kheraj
Contributors: Sandra Zarkovic, creative direction and styling; Sonia Capriceru, prop styling; Joey Topmiller, assistant photographer; Allie Turner, production

Practical magic
Report on Business
Kyle Jeffers
Contributor: Clare Vander Meersch, photo editor


Photo Essay & Photojournalism / Photojournalisme et essais photographiques

Gold

Silver

Skis and Saddles
Air Canada enRoute
Alana Paterson
Contributors: Dominique Lamberton, writer; Lori Morgan, photo editor; Stefanie Sosiak, art director

Honourable Mention

No Ordinary Ride
Air Canada enRoute
Kari Medig
Contributors: Sydney Loney, writer; Lori Morgan, photo editor; Stefanie Sosiak, art director

Fox news
Maclean’s
Peter Mather
Contributors: Stephen Gregory, art director; Liz Sullivan, director of photography; Lauren Cattermole, designer; Prajakta Dhopade, writer; Alison Uncles, editor-in-chief.

Alone and afraid
Maclean’s
Heather Patterson
Contributors: Stephen Gregory, art director; Liz Sullivan, director of photography;

Here is Where We Shall Stay
Maisonneuve
Pat Kane
Contributors: Brian Morgan, art director; Rachel Wine, art director; Madi Haslam, editor-in-chief, Sarah Ratchford, associate editor

Making An Impact
Queen’s Alumni Review
Brendan George Ko
Contributors: Studio Wyse, art direction; Vanessa Wyse, designer; Della Rollins, photo editor

Bearing Witness
Reader’s Digest Canada
Roger LeMoyne
Contributors: John Montgomery, art director; Danielle Sayer, deputy art director

Life in the heart of B.C.’s brutal summer drought
The Narwhal
Louis Bockner
Contributor: Carol Linnitt, editor

Backcountry rodeo: scientists and Indigenous guardians net caribou from the sky
The Narwhal
Jeremy Koreski
Contributors: Carol Linnitt, editor; Emma Gilchrist, editor


Portrait Photography / Photographie : portraits

Gold

Survivor
Toronto Life
Stan Williams
Contributors: Christine Dewairy, art director; Daniel Neuhaus, director of photography

Silver

At Longer Last
Today’s Parent
Raina + Wilson and Guillaume Simoneau
Contributors: Emily Vezér, art director; Colleen Nicholson, designer

Honourable Mention

Shina Novalinga
Air Canada enRoute
Mickaël A. Bandassak
Contributors: Ishani Nath, writer; Dominique Lamberton, handling editor; Lori Morgan, photo editor; Stefanie Sosiak, art director

The Energyphile
Avenue Magazine
Jared Sych
Contributors: Steve Collins, creative director

Interview (Jody Wilson-Raybould)
Maclean’s
Blair Gable
Contributors: Stephen Gregory, art director; Liz Sullivan, director of photography; James Park, photo assistant

Six People Per Day
Maisonneuve
Jackie Dives
Contributors: Rachel Wine, art director; Brian Morgan, art director; Madi Haslam, Editor

Changemaker/Atrisha Lewis
Report on Business
Kenya-Jade Pinto
Contributor: Clare Vander Meersch, photo editor


Illustration (incl. Spot & Photo Illustration) / Illustrations

Gold

Every Letter a Path
Hazlitt
Winnie Truong

Silver

Page couverture
Magazine de sociologie Siggi
Julien Posture

Honourable Mention

Kids in Crisis
Broadview
Cornelia Li
Contributor: Carol Moskot, art director

Molar City
Hazlitt
Hudson Christie

Detoxing Dad
Reader’s Digest Canada
Sébastien Thibault
Contributors: John Montgomery, art director; Danielle Sayer, deputy art director

Justice on Trial
The Walrus
Lauren Crazybull
Contributors: Natalie Vineberg, art director; Eva Holland, writer; Allison Baker, fact-checker; Carmine Starnino, handling editor

Seeds of Bravery
University of Toronto Magazine
Grace J. Kim
Contributor: Vanessa Wyse, art director


Essays / Essais

Gold

Quitting America
The Walrus
M.E. Rogan
Contributors: Nicole Schmidt, fact-checker; Phil Bergerson, photographer; Carmine Starnino, handling editor

Silver

Le droit de penser
Nouveau Projet
Maïka Sondarjee

Honourable Mention

The Business of a Marriage
Hazlitt
Linda Besner

The Men in Apartment 4C
Maisonneuve
Isaac Würmann
Contributors: Madi Haslam, editor-in-chief; Sarah Ratchford, associate editor

The School in Sakitawak
Maisonneuve
Samantha Nock
Contributors: Madi Haslam, editor-in-chief; Sarah Ratchford, associate editor

Me, the Joshua Tree
PRISM international
Joshua Whitehead
Contributor: Tanvi Bhatia, managing editor

The Natural History of Clinical Geneticist: A Case History
The New Quarterly
Margaret Nowaczyk

2020: A Family Odyssey
The New Quarterly
Yohani Mendis

The Pandemic Speaks
The Tyee
Andrew Nikiforuk
Editor: David Beers

After the Facts
The Walrus
Viviane Fairbank
Contributors: Lucy Uprichard, fact-checker; Josh Holinaty, illustrator; Carine Abouseif, handling editor


One of a Kind Storytelling / Unique et hors catégorie

Gold

Opacité dans la cité
Nouveau Projet
Rémy Bourdillon, Geneviève Bigué

Silver

Dear Syd
Hazlitt
Ivan Coyote
Contributor: Zoë van Dijk, illustrator

Honourable Mention

My Own Personal French Republican Calendar
BESIDE
Lisan Jutras
Contributors: Mark Mann, associate editor-in-chief; Catherine Métayer, editor-in-chief

No COVID evictions
Briarpatch Magazine
Paterson Hodgson
Contributor: Saima Desai, editor

The Good, the Bad and the Hungry
Edify Magazine
Michael Hingston
Contributor: Kidpixel

The nightmare cruise before Christmas
Maclean’s
Shannon Proudfoot

To Do
The Malahat Review
Justina Elias


Poetry / Poésie

Gold

Offering / Medusa Calls the Rape Crisis Line
Arc Poetry Magazine
Cassandra Rachel Myers

Silver

Shelter
The Puritan
Erin Soros

Honourable Mention

Poem For White People
Arc Poetry Magazine
Brandi Bird

Bones
Contemporary Verse 2
Erica Violet Lee

First Contact: Métis
subTerrain Magazine
Molly Cross-Blanchard

Lament of the Wee Droppers / Quilt — Jamaica 1838
The Fiddlehead
Lorna Goodison


Art Direction of a Single Article / Meilleure direction artistique d’un article

Gold

Joy Ride
Best Health
Nicola Hamilton
Contributors: Alana Paterson, photographer; Ally Reeves, illustrator

Silver

A Home for Yesterday and Tomorrow
BESIDE
Pier-Philippe Rioux
Contributors: Eliane Cadieux, chief creative officer and co-founder; Gabrielle Deronde, graphic designer

Honourable Mention

Where’s Your Head At?
Best Health
Nicola Hamilton
Contributor: Nikki Ernst, illustrator

Huitlacoche
Dinette magazine
Hélène Mallette

Year One: An unprecedented report on Canada’s mishandling of the crisis of the century
Maclean’s
Stephen Gregory
Contributors: Liz Sullivan, director of visuals, Sarah Palmer, contributing photo editor

Five on the Rise
Queen’s Alumni Review
Studio Wyse
Contributors: Ty Burke, writer; May Truong, photographer

Making an Impact
Queen’s Alumni Review
Studio Wyse
Contributors: Brendan George Ko, photographer; Michael Onesi, writer

Summer’s Best Street Food
Toronto Life
Brian Anson Wong
Contributors: Daniel Neuhaus, Christine Dewairy


Best Editorial Package / Meilleur dossier thématique

Gold

Year One
Maclean’s
Contributors: Alison Uncles, Colin Campbell, Stephen Gregory, Charlie Gillis, Liz Sullivan, Dafna Izenberg, Elizabeth Brandt, Sarmishta Subramanian

Silver

Sprawlzine: The Election Almanac
The Sprawl
Contributors: Emily Riddle, Sikapinakii Low Horn, Anmarie Bailey, Paula Kirman, Hamdi Issawi, Amanda Schutz, Jeremy Klaszus, Kyle Simmers, Jeremy Appel, Miranda Martini, Sam Hester, Len Dueck, Chris Pecora, Cam Hoff

Honourable Mention

Peri-What-Now? Your Complete Guide to a Major Life Stage No One Told You About
Best Health
Contributors: Danielle Groen, writer; Christina Frangou, writer; Rebecca Philps, writer; Kate Rae, writer; Christina Vardanis, writer

You can beat the system
Chatelaine
Contributors: Danielle Groen, producer; Stephanie Han Kim, art director; Denise Balkissoon, editor; Flannery Dean, writer; Erica Ifill, writer; Fatima Syed, writer; Kira Vermond, writer; Vivian Rosas, illustrator

Red Sky at Night
Cottage Life
Contributors: Jackie Davis, Becky Dumais, Taylor Kristan, Drew Shannon

Ludique – 021
Dinette magazine
Collaborateurs : Hélène Mallette, rédactrice en chef; Mathieu Lachapelle, éditeur en chef

Life in the shadow of 9/11
Maclean’s
Contributors: Colin Campbell, deputy editor; Stephen Gregory, art director; Sarah Palmer, contributing photo editor; Carlos Osorio, photographer; Johnny C.Y. Lam, photographer; Farrah Skeiky, photographer; Maddie McGarvey, photographer; Spencer Platt, photographer

Choisir
Nouveau Projet
Collaborateurs : Sophie Bernier, autrice; Rémy Bourdillon, auteur; Geneviève Bigué, illustratrice; Fanny Britt, autrice; Marie-Eve Blanchard, autrice; Evelyne de la Chenelière, autrice; Alain Deneault, auteur; Ricardo Lamour, auteur; Catherine Mavrikakis, autrice; Nicolas Langelier, conception et édition; Véronique Chagnon, conception et édition; Maud Brougère, conception et édition; Vanessa Allnutt, conception et édition

Issue 26
The Feathertale Review
Contributors: Brett Popplewell, editor; Benson Lee, deputy editor; Corina Milic, senior editor; Jenn Lawrence, art director; Kara Pyle, art director

Restaurant Awards 2021
Vancouver Magazine
Contributors: Neal McLennan, food and travel editor; Stesha Ho, art director; Anicka Quin, editorial director


Investigative Reporting / Journalisme d’enquête

Gold

Students for Sale
The Walrus
Nicholas Hune-Brown
Contributors: Connor Garel, fact-checker; Cornelia Li, illustrator; Daniel Viola, handling editor

Silver

The Hunt for a Killer
Toronto Life
Malcolm Johnston

Honourable Mention

The race for answers
Maclean’s
Christina Frangou

Every 49 minutes
Maclean’s
Michael Friscolanti

Escape from Iran
Maclean’s
Stephen Maher

Switched
Reader’s Digest
Lindsay Jones
Contributor: Lauren McKeon, deputy editor; Jessie Brinkman Evans, photographer
International Contributors: Seyward Darby, The Atavist

What happened at Northwood?
The Coast
Stephanie Nolen

‘They care about their plants and not us’: for migrant farmworkers in Ontario, COVID-19 made a bad situation worse
The Narwhal
Hilary Beaumont
Contributors: Denise Balkissoon, editor; Mike De Souza, editor; Carol Linnitt, editor; Elanie Anselmi, editor; Arik Ligeti, editor; Christopher Katsarov Luna, photojournalist.

Doctor Fentanyl
Toronto Life
Brett Popplewell


Issue Grand Prix / Grand prix du numéro

Gold

Trésor — 020
Dinette magazine
Collaborateurs : Hélène Mallette, rédactrice en chef; Mathieu Lachapelle, éditeur en chef

Silver

Fall 2021: How I Made It
Canadian Business
Contributors: Charlotte Herrold, editor-in-chief; Vanessa Wyse, creative director; Emily Landau, senior editor; Maryam Sanati, VP, content and creative; Lucinda Wallace, associate creative director; Della Rollins, director of photography; Vanda Marsan, senior designer

Honourable Mention

BESIDE 10 — Our Transformations
BESIDE
Contributors: Catherine Métayer, editor-in-chief; Caroline R. Paquette, associate editor-in-chief; Mark Mann, associate editor-in-chief; Catherine Fortin, project and print publications manager; Eliane Cadieux, chief creative and co-founder; Samantha Ste-Marie, artistic director and graphic designer; Gabrielle Deronde, graphic designer

The Prison Abolition Issue
Briarpatch Magazine
Contributors: Sophie Birks, editorial collective member; Fathima Cader, editorial collective member; Carry Cardinal, editorial collective member; Lorraine Chuen, editorial collective member; Saima Desai, editorial collective member; Phillip Dwight Morgan, editorial collective member; Yaniya Lee, editorial collective member; Mark Mullkoff, editorial collective member; Swathi Sekhar, editorial collective member; Abby Stadnyk, editorial collective member; Anonymous, writer and artist; Cory Charles Cardinal, writer and artist; Tamina D. Hamid, writer and artist; Amanda Rae, writer and artist; James Ruston, writer and artist; Robert Black, writer; Frére Corbeau, writer; Roi Kuvé, writer; Christophe Lewis, writer; Deborah McKenzie, writer; Ojore McKinnon, writer; Jessie Milo, writer; Andy Peekeekoot, writer; Trenton Tompkins, writer; Levi Waldbillig, writer; Stacy Bluebird, artist; Peter Collins, artist; Tim Fefoldi, artist; Ricky Leslie, artist; Joey Toutsaint, artist

April 2021 issue
Chatelaine
Contributors: Maureen Halushak, editor-in-chief; Sun Ngo, creative director; Gillian Grace, deputy editor; Denise Balkissoon, executive editor; Chantal Braganza, senior editor;  Andréanne Dion, senior editor, style and beauty; Radiyah Chowdhury, associate editor; Irene Ngo, food content director; Stephanie Han Kim, art director; Aimee Nishitoba, deputy art director

S.O.S on recrute
Les Affaires
Collaborateurs : Marine Thomas, rédactrice en chef; Denis Lalonde, chef de l’information — lesaffaires.com; Stéphane Rolland, chef de l’information — investir et Les Affaires plus; Marie-Pier Frappier, chef de pupitre; Charles Desgroseilliers, directeur artistique; Jean-Paul Gagné, éditeur émérite; Dominique Beauchamp, journaliste; François Normand, journaliste; Catherine Charron, journaliste au pupitre numérique; Philippe Lemelin, journaliste au pupitre numérique; Benoîte Labrosse, responsable des dossiers spéciaux; Louis-Philippe Larocque, responsable de l’infographie; Marco Chioini, réviseur

Choisir, automne-hiver 2021
Nouveau Projet
Collaborateurs : Nicolas Langelier, Véronique Chagnon, Maud Brougère, Vanessa Allnutt, Marie-Michèle Robitaille, Julie Francoeur, Nathalie Schneider, équipe éditoriale Nouveau Projet; Étienne Beaulieu; Sophie Bernier; Geneviève Bigué; Marie-Eve Blanchard; Rémy Bourdillon; Fanny Britt; Evelyne de la Chenelière; Jules Clara; Marc-André Cyr; Alain Deneault; Yara El-Ghadban; Bernard Émond; Ricardo Lamour; Judith Lussier; Catherine Mavrikakis; Virginia Pesemapeo Bordeleau, Kiev Renaud; Rodney Saint-Éloi; Leanne Shapton; Maïka Sondarjee; Guillaume Wagner; Jean-Philippe Warren

Vaccinating Toronto
The Local
Contributors: Inori Roy, Plenty of Pharmacies, but No Vaccines in Toronto’s Northwest; Nicholas Hune-Brown, The Vaccine Rollout is Leaving Toronto’s Hardest-Hit Postal Codes Behind; Yader Guzman, Nicholas Hune-Brown, Bringing the Vaccine to Where it’s Needed; Radiyah Chowdhury, The Toronto Hot Spot Nobody’s Talking About; Fatima Syed, “You Can’t Stop the Spread of the Virus if You Don’t Stop it in Peel”; Tai Huynh, Behind the Sudden Drop at Toronto’s Mass Immunization Clinics; Fatima Syed, The Chaotic Race to Vaccinate Peel; Tayo Bero, Vaccinating Black Toronto; Furqan Mohamed, Getting Vaccinated in the Holy Month; Alison Motluk, Why Haven’t Primary Care Doctors Been Part of the Vaccine Rollout?; Fatima Syed, “We Had to Save Ourselves”; Brannavy Jeyasundaram, Community Ambassadors Are the Link to Toronto’s Unvaccinated Populations; Tai Huynh, Hot Spot Tracker; Danielle Groen, The Last 25 Percent; Nicholas Hune-Brown, Tai Huynh, Second Doses Missing Those Who Really Need Them; Tai Huynh, The Missing Middle; Tayo Bero, What Convinces A Person to Get Their First Shot?; Tai Huynh, Different Schools, Different Risks

The New World of Psychedelics
Toronto Life
Contributors: Various


Publisher Grand Prix / Grand prix de l’éditeur

Gold

Gilles Gagnier, Canadian Geographic

Canadian Geographic has long fully embraced its singular brand, extending itself through an assortment of media, events, and merchandise that serve its membership fully and fulfills its mandate in a manner that respects its history while thoroughly embracing the future.

— NMA Jury

Honourable Mention

Jocelyn Bell, with consultant Sharon McAuley, Broadview
Nicolas Langelier, Nouveau Projet


Cover Grand Prix / Grand prix de la page couverture

Gold

“Out of Office” (Vol. 29, No. 3)
Literary Review of Canada
David Parkins
Contributors: Brian Morgan, art director; Kyle Wyatt, editor-in-chief

Silver

Issue 26
The Feathertale Review
Jenn Lawrence, Kara Pyle, Kumé Pather, Elyse Martin, Pete Ryan

Honourable Mention

Numéro 184 Archives
Estuaire
Chih-Chien Wang, oeuvre de couverture
Collaborateurs : Stéphanie Roussel, direction littéraire; Yannick Renaud, direction générale; Chloé Savoie-Bernard, Laurence Olivier, Stéphanie Roussel, comité de rédaction; Julie Espinasse, direction artistique; Annie Lafleur, Commissariat

10 pistes pour ne plus jamais vivre une telle année
L’actualité
Édith Pelletier

This is Baby Farhan
Maclean’s
Una Janicijevic
Contributors: Liz Sullivan, director of visuals; Stephen Gregory, executive editor; Alison Uncles, editor-in-chief

The Supreme: Justice Rosie Abella
Maclean’s
Una Janicijevic
Contributors: Jennifer Roberts, photographer; Liz Sullivan, director of visuals; Alison Uncles, editor-in-chief

Choisir, automne-hiver 2021
Nouveau Projet
Maxyme G. Delisle
Collaborateurs : Jean-François Proulx, directeur artistique; Pascale Drevillon, modèle; Frédérik Boudreault, assistant; Fannie-Laurence Dubé-Dupuis, assistante; Studio TB, décor, accessoires et stylisme; Isabella Forget, maquillage; Béatrice Munn, retouche; Mylène Levesque, production; Lola-Lou Fergeau-Mariko, coordonatrice de production

Adulting 101: A new parent’s guide to RESPs, tax credits, wills and insurance
Today’s Parent
Emily Vezér
Contributors: Carmen Cheung, photographer; Caitlin Doherty, stylist; Kim Shiffman, editor-in-chief


Editor Grand Prix / Grand prix de la rédaction

Gold

Nicholas Hune-Brown, The Local

Nicholas Hune-Brown impressed for the quality of the writing about vital humanitarian issues he brought to The Local, as well as the fact that much of it was produced by up-and-coming writers he personally helped coach. That generosity of spirit and community-mindedness is what will propel Canadian media out of its status quo.

— NMA Jury

Honourable Mention

Jac Renée Bruneau, C Magazine
Philippe Lamarre, URBANIA


Art Direction Grand Prix / Grand prix de la direction artistique

Gold

Silver

Issue 148, “Body Language”
C Magazine
Raf Rennie

Honourable Mention

Issue 11: New Times
BESIDE
Pier-Philippe Rioux

Year One
Maclean’s
Stephen Gregory

Issue 26
The Feathertale Review
Jenn Lawrence, Kara Pyle, Lee H. Wilson

Autumn 2021
University of Toronto Magazine
Vanessa Wyse


Best Magazine: Service & Lifestyle / Meilleur magazine : service et art de vivre

Gold

enRoute brings Canadians around the world, even during a time when travel has been paused and disrupted. Its relatable stories and imagery connect the dots for every type of jet-setter.

— NMA Jury

Honourable Mention

Dinette
VÉRO MAGAZINE


Best Magazine: Art, Literary, & Culture / Meilleur magazine : art, littérature et culture

Gold

Inuit Art Quarterly embodies the sophisticated and strategic thinking, international calibre, and confident elegance that combine to manifest an outstanding magazine. By prioritizing current work, and featuring new writers, its feel is both modern and contemporary.

— NMA Jury

Honourable Mention

Brick, A Literary Journal
Vie des Arts


Best Magazine: News, Business, General Interest / Meilleur magazine : actualité, affaires, intérêt général

Gold

It’s the photojournalistic quality that distinguishes Maclean’s from the other News, Business and General Interest publications. The flow of the stories, their thoroughness, combined with compelling illustrations, infographics, and impeccable design, results in a great reading experience.

— NMA Jury

Honourable Mention

BESIDE
Nouveau Projet


Best Magazine: Special Interest / Meilleur magazine : intérêt spécial

Gold

Broadview continues to innovate after its brave rebrand in 2019. In line with their three editorial pillars — spirituality, social justice and ethical living — they are taking on a solutions-based approach to social change. Top notch writing and design make Broadview one of Canada’s great magazines.

— NMA Jury

Honourable Mention

Le Trente
Tusaayaksat Magazine


Magazine Grand Prix

Gold

Inuit Art Quarterly

Visually stunning, ambitious, and ultimately necessary, Inuit Art Quarterly succeeds as both a magazine and as a cultural entry point to a world much of the country hasn’t seen.

— NMA Jury

Honourable Mention


Remerciements

La Fondation des prix pour les médias canadiens est extrêmement reconnaissante envers le Gouvernement du Canada, le Conseil des arts de l’Ontario, Ontario Créatif et The Reader’s Digest Foundation of Canada pour leur soutien.

Nous adressons des remerciements particuliers à Vicky Lee pour avoir créé les éléments visuels de cette année, et à Vesselin Stroumsky, pour avoir développé les plateformes de soumission de candidature et d’évaluation en ligne de la Fondation. 

Nous exprimons notre profonde gratitude envers notre panel de juges bénévoles dévoués, qui a consacré d’innombrables heures à l’évaluation des candidatures en compétition cette année. 


Réservez la date!

La Fondation des prix pour les médias canadiens est ravie d’annoncer qu’elle tiendra un événement en personne, longuement attendu, à Toronto le 29 septembre 2022. Rejoignez nous au Centre Globe and Mail pour une journée de développement professionnel et une soirée de retrouvailles et de réseautage avec des amis et des pairs. Plus de détails suivront cet été. 


Et les finalistes sont…

La Fondation des prix pour les médias canadiens (FPMC) est ravie de présenter les finalistes de la 45e édition annuelle des Prix du magazine canadien. Notre groupe incroyable de 100 juges bénévoles a consacré d’innombrables heures à l’évaluation des candidatures provenant de centaines de magazines à travers le pays. Suite à leur examen minutieux de plus de 1000 candidatures, nous sommes ravis de vous présenter cette liste de 199 finalistes impressionnants.

Les lauréats seront annoncés le 3 juin durant une cérémonie virtuelle animée par la journaliste primée Kelly Boutsalis, et les gagnants de la médaille d’or dans les catégories rédactionnelles et visuelles recevront une récompense en argent de 1000 $. Veuillez vous joindre à nous pour féliciter tous les finalistes de cette année!

Finalistes principaux

PublicationNominations
Maclean’s23
The Walrus15
Toronto Life12
Maisonneuve9
Nouveau Projet8
Chatelaine7
BESIDE
Broadview
 6

Points saillants des catégories individuelles


Writing & Visual Categories / Catégories Rédactionnelles & Visuelles


Long-Form Feature Writing: 6000+ / Meilleur article de fond : 6000+ mots

Three Days in the Theater of Old-Growth Logging and Protest
Hakai Magazine and The Tyee
Arno Kopecky
Contributors: Jude Isabella, editor; David Beers, editor

Au coeur du cauchemar afghan
L’actualité
Fabrice de Pierrebourg
Collaborateur : Josée Désaulniers, rédactrice principale

Every 49 minutes
Maclean’s
Michael Friscolanti

Ktaqmkuk
Maisonneuve
Justin Brake
Contributors: Madi Haslam, editor-in-chief; Sarah Ratchford, associate editor

What happened at Northwood?
The Coast
Stephanie Nolen

The RCMP Revisited
The Walrus
Jane Gerster
Contributors: Lucy Uprichard, fact-checker; Paul Kim, illustrator; Hamutal Dotan, handling editor

Students for Sale
The Walrus
Nicholas Hune-Brown
Contributors: Connor Garel, fact-checker; Cornelia Li, illustrator; Daniel Viola, handling editor

Province of No Choice
The Walrus
Jessica Leeder
Contributors: Allison Baker, fact-checker; Darren Calabrese, photographer; Hamutal Dotan, handling editor

The Last Supper
Toronto Life
Chris Nuttall-Smith

The Hunt for a Killer
Toronto Life
Malcolm Johnston


Long-Form Feature Writing / Meilleur article de fond — long format

No way out
Chatelaine
Christina Frangou
Contributors: Denise Balkissoon, executive editor; Sun Ngo, creative director; Alicia Morris, illustrator

Forgiving Jaskirat Sidhu
Maclean’s
Aaron Hutchins

Seeking Sanctuary
Maisonneuve
Stephanie Bai
Contributors: Madi Haslam, editor-in-chief; Sarah Ratchford, associate editor

Planer pour guérir
Québec Science
Marine Corniou
Collaborateurs : Marie Lambert-Chan, rédactrice en chef; Mélissa Guillemette, journaliste-réviseure; Sophie Cazanave, correctrice-réviseure

Justice on Trial
The Walrus
Eva Holland
Contributors: Allison Baker, fact-checker; Lauren Crazybull, illustrator; Carmine Starnino, handling editor

Citizen of Nowhere
The Walrus
Adnan Khan
Contributor: Carmine Starnino, editor; Connor Garel, fact-checker; James Lee Chiahan, illustrator

Quitting America
The Walrus
M.E. Rogan

Doctor Fentanyl
Toronto Life
Brett Popplewell

The House That Divided the Toronto Islands
Toronto Life
Katherine Laidlaw


Feature Writing / Meilleur article de fond

The Last Owls
BESIDE
Sarah Cox
Contributors: Mark Mann, associate editor-in-chief; Catherine Métayer, editor-in-chief

I Didn’t Get to Make a Choice
Broadview
Meagan Gillmore
Contributors: Caley Moore, handling editor; Sydney Hamilton, fact-checker

Kids in Crisis
Broadview
Miranda Newman
Contributors: Kristy Woudstra, handling editor; Sydney Hamilton, fact-checker

A house sits still
Maclean’s
Marie-Danielle Smith

Recycler le territoire
Nouveau Projet
Diane Bérard

Les cartes, témoins du monde
Québec Science
Annie Labrecque
Collaborateurs : Marie Lambert-Chan, rédactrice en chef; Mélissa Guillemette, réviseure

Cases of missing trans people are rarely solved. A married pair of forensic genealogists is hoping to change that
Xtra Magazine
Erica Lenti
Contributors: Rachel Giese, editor; Michael Harris, editor; Allison Baker, copy editor and fact-checker; Jasjyot Singh Hans, illustrator


Short Feature Writing / Meilleur Article Court

At the crossroads
Chatelaine
Jessica McDiarmid
Contributors: Radiyah Chowdhury, associate editor; Denise Balkissoon, executive editor; Stephanie Han Kim, art director; Lauren Crazybull, illustrator

Point final
ELLE Québec
Elisabeth Massicolli
Collaborateurs : Sophie Banford, éditrice; Joanie Pietracupa, rédactrice en chef; Théo Dupuis-Carbonneau, chef de contenu beauté

Des femmes chassent le plastique pour sauver la planète
ELLE Québec
Sabrina Myre
Collaborateurs : Sophie Banford, éditrice; Joanie Pietracupa, rédactrice en chef; Laurie Dupont, chef de contenu culturel

Freeing Oysters from a Parasite’s Hold
Hakai Magazine
Karen Pinchin

Greyhound’s resting place
Maclean’s
Marie-Danielle Smith

Moving day
Maclean’s
Lindsay Jones

The Mystery of the Lebanese Mushroom Burger
Quench Magazine
Omar Mouallem

The Last 25 Percent
The Local
Danielle Groen

‘It was hard enough before’: Manitoba’s drought, worsened by climate crisis, is upending Prairie life
The Narwhal
Sarah Lawrynuik
Contributors: Carol Linnitt, editor; Emma Gilchrist, editor; Arik Ligeti, editor


Essays / Essais

The Business of a Marriage
Hazlitt
Linda Besner

The Men in Apartment 4C
Maisonneuve
Isaac Würmann
Contributors: Madi Haslam, editor-in-chief; Sarah Ratchford, associate editor

The School in Sakitawak
Maisonneuve
Samantha Nock
Contributors: Madi Haslam, editor-in-chief; Sarah Ratchford, associate editor

Le droit de penser
Nouveau Projet
Maïka Sondarjee

Me, the Joshua Tree
PRISM international
Joshua Whitehead
Contributor: Tanvi Bhatia, managing editor

2020: A Family Odyssey
The New Quarterly
Yohani Mendis

The Pandemic Speaks
The Tyee
Andrew Nikiforuk
Editor: David Beers

After the Facts
The Walrus
Viviane Fairbank
Contributors: Lucy Uprichard, fact-checker; Josh Holinaty, illustrator; Carine Abouseif, handling editor

Quitting America
The Walrus
M.E. Rogan
Contributors: Nicole Schmidt, fact-checker; Phil Bergerson, photographer; Carmine Starnino, handling editor


Investigative Reporting / Journalisme d’enquête

The race for answers
Maclean’s
Christina Frangou

Every 49 minutes
Maclean’s
Michael Friscolanti

Escape from Iran
Maclean’s
Stephen Maher

Switched
Reader’s Digest
Lindsay Jones
Contributors: Lauren McKeon, deputy editor; Jessie Brinkman Evans, photographer

International Contributors: Seyward Darby, The Atavist

What happened at Northwood?
The Coast
Stephanie Nolen

‘They care about their plants and not us’: for migrant farmworkers in Ontario, COVID-19 made a bad situation worse
The Narwhal
Hilary Beaumont
Contributors: Denise Balkissoon, editor; Mike De Souza, editor; Carol Linnitt, editor; Elanie Anselmi, editor; Arik Ligeti, editor; Christopher Katsarov Luna, photojournalist

Students for Sale
The Walrus
Nicholas Hune-Brown
Contributors: Connor Garel, fact-checker; Cornelia Li, illustrator; Daniel Viola, handling editor

The Hunt for a Killer
Toronto Life
Malcolm Johnston

Doctor Fentanyl
Toronto Life
Brett Popplewell


Fiction

I Don’t Know Why
EXILE: The Literary Quarterly
Madeline Sonik
Contributor: Barry Callaghan, handling editor

Outraged on Your Behalf
subTerrain Magazine
Carleigh Baker

Palais Royale
The Fiddlehead
Tamas Dobozy

Daycare
The Malahat Review
Cedar Bowers

Public Diddler
The New Quarterly
Georgina Beaty
Contributor: Pamela Mulloy, handling editor

Private Hands
The Walrus
Michael LaPointe
Contributors: Lucy Uprichard, fact-checker; Franco Égalité, illustrator; Jonah Brunet, handling editor

The Mission
The Walrus
Troy Sebastian (NUPQU ʔA·Kǂ AM̓)
Contributors: Allison Baker, fact-checker; Jessica Johnson, handling editor


Personal Journalism / Journalisme Personnel

The Migrant Rain
Brick, A Literary Journal
Vinh Nguyen

Et si on tendait la main aux autres?
Châtelaine
Florence Sara G. Ferraris
Collaborateurs : Johanne Lauzon, rédactrice en chef; Daniel Chrétien, rédacteur en chef adjoint

Molar City
Hazlitt
Tom Thor Buchanan

Recordings of Truths and Facts
Humber Literary Review
Kelly S. Thompson

Genetic Mapping
Maisonneuve
Emma Gilchrist
Contributors: Madi Haslam, editor-in-chief; Sarah Ratchford, associate editor

The Wait of Ashes
Prairie Fire
Paul Dhillon

Soar
The New Quarterly
Chyana Marie Sage
Contributor: Pamela Mulloy, handling editor

OCD Is Not a Joke
The Walrus
Lisa Whittington-Hill
Contributors: Tina Knezevic, fact-checker; Tajja Isen, handling editor

The Cult That Raised Me
Toronto Life
Ewan Whyte


Poetry / Poésie

Offering / Medusa Calls the Rape Crisis Line
Arc Poetry Magazine
Cassandra Rachel Myers

Poem For White People
Arc Poetry Magazine
Brandi Bird

Bones
Contemporary Verse 2
Erica Violet Lee

First Contact: Métis
subTerrain Magazine
Molly Cross-Blanchard

Shelter
The Puritan
Erin Soros


Profiles / Portraits

Death of a Rising Star
Broadview
Ashley Okwuosa
Contributors: Kristy Woudstra, handling editor; Elena Gritzan, fact-checker

Repenser la police
L’actualité
Jean-Benoît Nadeau
Collaborateur : Josée Désaulniers, rédactrice principale

Esi Edugyan is…
Maclean’s
Ian Williams

Almost Famous
Maclean’s
Sadiya Ansari
Contributor: Dafna Izenberg, editor

Fefe Dobson Is Ready To Let It All Out Again
Refinery29 Canada
Kathleen Newman-Bremang
Contributors: Yaz Butcher, art director; Vai Yu Law, photographer; Pamela Lau, photography assistant; Elaine Jyll Regio, stylist; Jasmin Winnie Stephen, hair and makeup; Nadia Ebrahim, assistant editor; Carli Whitwell, editorial director

Citizen of Nowhere
The Walrus
Adnan Khan
Contributor: Carmine Starnino, editor; Connor Garel, fact-checker; James Lee Chiahan, illustrator

Meredith MacNeill Has Funny Bones
The Walrus
Soraya Roberts
Contributors: Sean Young, fact-checker; Kourosh Keshiri, photographer; Carmine Starnino, handling editor

54 Minutes With Sharon Stone
Zoomer
Johanna Schneller


Service Journalism / Journalisme de service

Strategies
Canadian Business
Andrea Yu
Contributors: Emily Landau, senior editor; Charlotte Herrold; editor-in-chief; Studio Wyse, creative direction; Vanessa Wyse, designer; Della Rollins, photo editor; Kathleen Fu, illustrator; Stacey Newman, photographer; Alia Youssef, photographer

An ex-agoraphobe’s guide to leaving the house
Chatelaine
Kate Rae
Contributors: Denise Balkissoon, executive Editor; Stephanie Han Kim, art director; Allison + Cam, illustrators

Team Player
Chatelaine
Sydney Loney

Grossophobie médicale: la dure réalité des patientes en surpoids
Châtelaine
Andréanne Moreau et Marie Bernier
Collaborateurs : Johanne Lauzon, rédactrice en chef; Daniel Chrétien, rédacteur en chef adjoint

Game of Thrones
Cottage Life
Jackie Davis

Des réponses à toutes vos questions sur les vaccins contre la COVID
L’actualité
Valérie Borde
Collaborateurs : Josée Désaulniers, rédactrice principale; Julie Gobeil, chef du pupitre éditorial

Dementia Warning Signs
Reader’s Digest Canada
Mark Witten
Contributor: Micah Toub, handling editor

10 Normal Questions All New Moms Google
Today’s Parent
Amy Green
Contributor: Kim Shiffman, handling editor

What To Eat Now
Toronto Life
Alex Baldinger, Rebecca Fleming, Liza Agrba


Best Emerging Writer / Meilleur auteur émergent

Commandité par The Reader’s Digest Foundation of Canada

Les juges ont sélectionné trois jeunes journalistes impressionnants comme finalistes du prix très convoité du Meilleur auteur émergent :

Stephanie Bai pour « Seeking Sanctuary », publié dans Maisonneuve

Paloma Pacheco pour « Saving Finn Slough », publié dans Maisonneuve

Kunal Chaudhary pour « The Sun is always in your eyes in Rexdale », publié dans Spacing


Illustration (incl. Spot & Photo Illustration) / Illustrations

Kids in Crisis
Broadview
Cornelia Li
Contributor: Carol Moskot, art director

Every Letter a Path
Hazlitt
Winnie Truong

Molar City
Hazlitt
Hudson Christie

Page couverture
Magazine de sociologie Siggi
Julien Posture

Detoxing Dad
Reader’s Digest Canada
Sébastien Thibault
Contributors: John Montgomery, art director; Danielle Sayer, deputy art director

Justice on Trial
The Walrus
Lauren Crazybull
Contributors: Natalie Vineberg, art director; Eva Holland, writer; Allison Baker, fact-checker; Carmine Starnino, handling editor

Seeds of Bravery
University of Toronto Magazine
Grace J. Kim
Contributor: Vanessa Wyse, art director


Portrait Photography / Photographie : portraits

Shina Novalinga
Air Canada enRoute
Mickaël A. Bandassak
Contributors: Ishani Nath, writer; Dominique Lamberton, handling editor; Lori Morgan, photo editor; Stefanie Sosiak, art director

The Energyphile
Avenue Magazine
Jared Sych
Contributors: Steve Collins, creative director

Interview (Jody Wilson-Raybould)
Maclean’s
Blair Gable
Contributors: Stephen Gregory, art director; Liz Sullivan, director of photography; James Park, photo assistant

Six People Per Day
Maisonneuve
Jackie Dives
Contributors: Rachel Wine, art director; Brian Morgan, art director; Madi Haslam, Editor

Changemaker/Atrisha Lewis
Report on Business
Kenya-Jade Pinto
Contributor: Clare Vander Meersch, photo editor

At Longer Last
Today’s Parent
Raina + Wilson and Gillaume Simoneau
Contributors: Emily Vezér, art director; Colleen Nicholson, designer

Survivor
Toronto Life
Stan Williams
Contributors: Christine Dewairy, art director; Daniel Neuhaus, director of photography



Lifestyle Photography / Photographie : art de vivre

Make comfort
Chatelaine
Maya Visnyei
Contributors: Irene Ngo, food content director; Sun Ngo, creative director; Chantal Braganza, senior editor; Michael Elliott, food stylist; Catherine Doherty, prop stylist; Sophie Hsin, makeup and hair

Bon Baisers
ELLE Canada
Jetro Emilcar
Contributors: Annie Horth, creative director; Amanda Lee Shirrefs, stylist; Estelle Gervais, editorial producer; Nicholas Blanchet, makeup; Rudy Cavalier, hair

City Lights
FASHION Magazine
Lawrence Cortez
Contributors: George Antonopoulos, Danielle Campbell, Ashley Galang, Jesse Ervin, Jodi Urichuk, Jessika Franklin, Saul Shlesinger, Brandon McEachern, Andrew Moreno, Vanissa Bruce, Jessica Jansen et al.

Modern Romance
MONTECRISTO Magazine
Grant Harder
Contributors: Sandra Zarkovic, creative direction; Leila Bani, styling; Jessica McNeilly, model; Tania Becker, hair; Paula Lanzador, makeup; Hena Pesut, assistant stylist; Marlin Olynyk, assistant photographer

Pieces of You
MONTECRISTO Magazine
Evaan Kheraj
Contributors: Sandra Zarkovic, creative direction and styling; Sonia Capriceru, prop styling; Joey Topmiller, assistant photographer; Allie Turner, production

Practical magic
Report on Business
Kyle Jeffers
Contributor: Clare Vandermeersch, photo editor


Photo Essay & Photojournalism / Photojournalisme et essais photographiques

Skis and Saddles
Air Canada enRoute
Alana Paterson
Contributors: Dominique Lamberton, writer; Lori Morgan, photo editor; Stefanie Sosiak, art director

No Ordinary Ride
Air Canada enRoute
Kari Medig
Contributors: Sydney Loney, writer; Lori Morgan, photo editor; Stefanie Sosiak, art director

Fox news
Maclean’s
Peter Mather
Contributors: Stephen Gregory, art director; Liz Sullivan, director of photography; Lauren Cattermole, designer; Prajakta Dhopade, writer; Alison Uncles, editor-in-chief

Alone and afraid
Maclean’s
Heather Patterson
Contributors: Stephen Gregory, art director; Liz Sullivan, director of photography

Here is Where We Shall Stay
Maisonneuve
Pat Kane
Contributors: Brian Morgan, art director; Rachel Wine, art director; Madi Haslam, editor-in-chief, Sarah Ratchford, associate editor

Making An Impact
Queen’s Alumni Review
Brendan George Ko
Contributors: Studio Wyse, art direction; Vanessa Wyse, designer; Della Rollins, photo editor

Bearing Witness
Reader’s Digest Canada
Roger LeMoyne
Contributors: John Montgomery, art director; Danielle Sayer, deputy art director

Life in the heart of B.C.’s brutal summer drought
The Narwhal
Louis Bockner
Contributor: Carol Linnitt, editor

Backcountry rodeo: scientists and Indigenous guardians net caribou from the sky
The Narwhal
Jeremy Koreski
Contributors: Carol Linnitt, editor; Emma Gilchrist, editor


One of a Kind Storytelling / Unique et hors catégorie

My Own Personal French Republican Calendar
BESIDE
Lisan Jutras
Contributors: Mark Mann, associate editor-in-chief; Catherine Métayer, editor-in-chief

No COVID evictions
Briarpatch Magazine
Paterson Hodgson
Contributor: Saima Desai, editor

The Good, the Bad and the Hungry
Edify Magazine
Michael Hingston
Contributor: Kidpixel

Dear Syd
Hazlitt
Ivan Coyote
Contributor: Zoë van Dijk, illustrator

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The nightmare cruise before Christmas
Maclean’s
Shannon Proudfoot

Opacité dans la cité
Nouveau Projet
Rémy Bourdillon, Geneviève Bigué

To Do
The Malahat Review
Justina Elias


Editorial Categories / Catégories Éditoriales


Art Direction of a Single Article / Meilleure direction artistique d’un article

A Home for Yesterday and Tomorrow
BESIDE
Pier-Philippe Rioux
Contributors: Eliane Cadieux, chief creative officer and co-founder; Gabrielle Deronde, graphic designer

Joy Ride
Best Health
Nicola Hamilton
Contributors: Alana Paterson, photographer; Ally Reeves, illustrator

Where’s Your Head At?
Best Health
Nicola Hamilton
Contributor: Nikki Ernst, illustrator

Huitlacoche
Dinette magazine
Hélène Mallette

Year One: An unprecedented report on Canada’s mishandling of the crisis of the century
Maclean’s
Stephen Gregory
Contributors: Liz Sullivan, director of visuals, Sarah Palmer, contributing photo editor

Five on the Rise
Queen’s Alumni Review
Studio Wyse
Contributors: Ty Burke, writer; May Truong, photographer

Making an Impact
Queen’s Alumni Review
Studio Wyse
Contributors: Brendan George Ko, photographer; Michael Onesi, writer

Summer’s Best Street Food
Toronto Life
Brian Anson Wong
Contributors: Daniel Neuhaus, Christine Dewairy


Best Editorial Package / Meilleur dossier thématique

Peri-What-Now? Your Complete Guide to a Major Life Stage No One Told You About
Best Health
Contributors: Danielle Groen, writer; Christina Frangou, writer; Rebecca Philps, writer; Kate Rae, writer; Christina Vardanis, writer

You can beat the system
Chatelaine
Contributors: Danielle Groen, producer; Stephanie Han Kim, art director; Denise Balkissoon, editor; Flannery Dean, writer; Erica Ifill, writer; Fatima Syed, writer; Kira Vermond, writer; Vivian Rosas, illustrator

Red Sky at Night
Cottage Life
Contributors: Jackie Davis, Becky Dumais, Taylor Kristan, Drew Shannon

Ludique – 021
Dinette magazine
Collaborateurs : Hélène Mallette, rédactrice en chef; Mathieu Lachapelle, éditeur en chef

Year One
Maclean’s
Contributors: Alison Uncles, Colin Campbell, Stephen Gregory, Charlie Gillis, Liz Sullivan, Dafna Izenberg, Elizabeth Brandt, Sarmishta Subramanian

Life in the shadow of 9/11
Maclean’s
Contributors: Colin Campbell, deputy editor; Stephen Gregory, art director; Sarah Palmer, contributing photo editor; Carlos Osorio, photographer; Johnny C.Y. Lam, photographer; Farrah Skeiky, photographer; Maddie McGarvey, photographer; Spencer Platt, photographer

Choisir
Nouveau Projet
Collaborateurs : Sophie Bernier, autrice; Rémy Bourdillon, auteur; Geneviève Bigué, illustratrice; Fanny Britt, autrice; Marie-Eve Blanchard, autrice; Evelyne de la Chenelière, autrice; Alain Deneault, auteur; Ricardo Lamour, auteur; Catherine Mavrikakis, autrice; Nicolas Langelier, conception et édition; Véronique Chagnon, conception et édition; Maud Brougère, conception et édition; Vanessa Allnutt, conception et édition

Issue 26
The Feathertale Review
Contributors: Brett Popplewell, editor; Benson Lee, deputy editor; Corina Milic, senior editor; Jenn Lawrence, art director; Kara Pyle, art director

Sprawlzine: The Election Almanac
The Sprawl
Contributors: Emily Riddle, Sikapinakii Low Horn, Anmarie Bailey, Paula Kirman, Hamdi Issawi, Amanda Schutz, Jeremy Klaszus, Kyle Simmers, Jeremy Appel, Miranda Martini, Sam Hester, Len Dueck, Chris Pecora, Cam Hoff

Restaurant Awards 2021
Vancouver Magazine
Contributors: Neal McLennan, food and travel editor; Stesha Ho, art director; Anicka Quin, editorial director


Art Direction Grand Prix / Grand prix de la direction artistique

Issue 11: New Times
BESIDE
Pier-Philippe Rioux

Issue 148, “Body Language”
C Magazine
Raf Rennie

Year One
Maclean’s
Stephen Gregory

Issue 26
The Feathertale Review
Jenn Lawrence, Kara Pyle, Lee H. Wilson

Autumn 2021
University of Toronto Magazine
Vanessa Wyse


Editor Grand Prix / Grand prix de la rédaction

Jac Renée Bruneau a façonné C Magazine pour en faire non seulement une référence artistique progressiste, mais aussi un brillant exemple de diversité et d’inclusion véritablement en action. Les sujets et le travail créatif abordés au sein de pages au design astucieux renforcent un nouvel ensemble de perspectives rafraîchissantes et nécessaires dans le monde des arts médiatiques canadien.

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Jac Renée Bruneau,
C Magazine
Nicholas Hune-Brown,
The Local

Nicholas Hune-Brown nous a fait grande impression en ce qui concerne la qualité de l’écriture sur des problèmes humanitaires importants qu’il a soulevés dans The Local, et aussi parce que l’ensemble a été produit par des auteurs émergents qu’il a personnellement aidé à former. Cet esprit de générosité et de communauté est ce qui permet aux médias canadiens de se sortir du statu quo.

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Philippe Lamarre a prouvé que même une pandémie mondiale ne peut rien contre la créativité et l’évolution constante qu’il inspire à URBANIA, à la fois en tant que magazine et franchise médiatique. À un moment ou la majorité du monde de l’édition était au point mort, il a mené sa barque dans les eaux plus profondes des réseaux sociaux, en allant chercher son public là où il vit aujourd’hui (pour la plupart). Une réinvention continuelle et judicieuse.

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Philippe Lamarre,
URBANIA

Cover Grand Prix / Grand prix de la page couverture

Numéro 184 Archives
Estuaire
Chih-Chien Wang, oeuvre de couverture
Collaborateurs : Stéphanie Roussel, direction littéraire; Yannick Renaud, direction générale; Chloé Savoie-Bernard, Laurence Olivier, Stéphanie Roussel, comité de rédaction; Julie Espinasse, direction artistique; Annie Lafleur, Commissariat

“Out of Office” (Vol. 29, No. 3)
Literary Review of Canada
David Parkins
Contributors: Brian Morgan, art director; Kyle Wyatt, editor-in-chief

This is Baby Farhan
Maclean’s
Una Janicijevic
Contributors: Liz Sullivan, director of visuals; Stephen Gregory, executive editor; Alison Uncles, editor-in-chief

The Supreme: Justice Rosie Abella
Maclean’s
Una Janicijevic
Contributors: Jennifer Roberts, photographer; Liz Sullivan, director of visuals; Alison Uncles, editor-in-chief

Choisir, automne-hiver 2021
Nouveau Projet
Maxyme G. Delisle
Collaborateurs : Jean-François Proulx, directeur artistique; Pascale Drevillon, modèle; Frédérik Boudreault, assistant; Fannie-Laurence Dubé-Dupuis, assistante; Studio TB, décor, accessoires et stylisme; Isabella Forget, maquillage; Béatrice Munn, retouche; Mylène Levesque, production; Lola-Lou Fergeau-Mariko, coordonatrice de production

Issue 26
The Feathertale Review
Jenn Lawrence, Kara Pyle, Kumé Pather, Elyse Martin, Pete Ryan

Adulting 101: A new parent’s guide to RESPs, tax credits, wills and insurance
Today’s Parent
Emily Vezér
Contributors: Carmen Cheung, photographer; Caitlin Doherty, stylist; Kim Shiffman, editor-in-chief


Issue Grand Prix / Grand prix du numéro

BESIDE 10 — Our Transformations
BESIDE
Contributors: Catherine Métayer, editor-in-chief; Caroline R. Paquette, associate editor-in-chief; Mark Mann, associate editor-in-chief; Catherine Fortin, project and print publications manager; Eliane Cadieux, chief creative and co-founder; Samantha Ste-Marie, artistic director and graphic designer; Gabrielle Deronde, graphic designer

The Prison Abolition Issue
Briarpatch Magazine
Contributors: Sophie Birks, editorial collective member; Fathima Cader, editorial collective member; Carry Cardinal, editorial collective member; Lorraine Chuen, editorial collective member; Saima Desai, editorial collective member; Phillip Dwight Morgan, editorial collective member; Yaniya Lee, editorial collective member; Mark Mullkoff, editorial collective member; Swathi Sekhar, editorial collective member; Abby Stadnyk, editorial collective member; Anonymous, writer and artist; Cory Charles Cardinal, writer and artist; Tamina D. Hamid, writer and artist; Amanda Rae, writer and artist; James Ruston, writer and artist; Robert Black, writer; Frére Corbeau, writer; Roi Kuvé, writer; Christophe Lewis, writer; Deborah McKenzie, writer; Ojore McKinnon, writer; Jessie Milo, writer; Andy Peekeekoot, writer; Trenton Tompkins, writer; Levi Waldbillig, writer; Stacy Bluebird, artist; Peter Collins, artist; Tim Fefoldi, artist; Ricky Leslie, artist; Joey Toutsaint, artist

Fall 2021: How I Made It
Canadian Business
Contributors: Charlotte Herrold, editor-in-chief; Vanessa Wyse, creative director; Emily Landau, senior editor; Maryam Sanati, VP, content and creative; Lucinda Wallace, associate creative director; Della Rollins, director of photography; Vanda Marsan, senior designer

April 2021 issue
Chatelaine
Contributors: Maureen Halushak, editor-in-chief; Sun Ngo, creative director; Gillian Grace, deputy editor; Denise Balkissoon, executive editor; Chantal Braganza, senior editor; Andréanne Dion, senior editor, style and beauty; Radiyah Chowdhury, associate editor; Irene Ngo, food content director; Stephanie Han Kim, art director; Aimee Nishitoba, deputy art director

Trésor — 020
Dinette magazine
Collaborateurs : Hélène Mallette, rédactrice en chef; Mathieu Lachapelle, éditeur en chef

S.O.S on recrute
Les Affaires
Collaborateurs : Marine Thomas, rédactrice en chef; Denis Lalonde, chef de l’information — lesaffaires.com; Stéphane Rolland, chef de l’information — investir et Les Affaires plus; Marie-Pier Frappier, chef de pupitre; Charles Desgroseilliers, directeur artistique; Jean-Paul Gagné, éditeur émérite; Dominique Beauchamp, journaliste; François Normand, journaliste; Catherine Charron, journaliste au pupitre numérique; Philippe Lemelin, journaliste au pupitre numérique; Benoîte Labrosse, responsable des dossiers spéciaux; Louis-Philippe Larocque, responsable de l’infographie; Marco Chioini, réviseur

Choisir, automne-hiver 2021
Nouveau Projet
Collaborateurs : Nicolas Langelier, Véronique Chagnon, Maud Brougère, Vanessa Allnutt, Marie-Michèle Robitaille, Julie Francoeur, Nathalie Schneider, équipe éditoriale Nouveau Projet; Étienne Beaulieu; Sophie Bernier; Geneviève Bigué; Marie-Eve Blanchard; Rémy Bourdillon; Fanny Britt; Evelyne de la Chenelière; Jules Clara; Marc-André Cyr; Alain Deneault; Yara El-Ghadban; Bernard Émond; Ricardo Lamour; Judith Lussier; Catherine Mavrikakis; Virginia Pesemapeo Bordeleau, Kiev Renaud; Rodney Saint-Éloi; Leanne Shapton; Maïka Sondarjee; Guillaume Wagner; Jean-Philippe Warren

Vaccinating Toronto
The Local
Contributors: Inori Roy, Plenty of Pharmacies, but No Vaccines in Toronto’s Northwest; Nicholas Hune-Brown, The Vaccine Rollout is Leaving Toronto’s Hardest-Hit Postal Codes Behind; Yader Guzman, Nicholas Hune-Brown, Bringing the Vaccine to Where it’s Needed; Radiyah Chowdhury, The Toronto Hot Spot Nobody’s Talking About; Fatima Syed, “You Can’t Stop the Spread of the Virus if You Don’t Stop it in Peel”; Tai Huynh, Behind the Sudden Drop at Toronto’s Mass Immunization Clinics; Fatima Syed, The Chaotic Race to Vaccinate Peel; Tayo Bero, Vaccinating Black Toronto; Furqan Mohamed, Getting Vaccinated in the Holy Month; Alison Motluk, Why Haven’t Primary Care Doctors Been Part of the Vaccine Rollout?; Fatima Syed, “We Had to Save Ourselves”; Brannavy Jeyasundaram, Community Ambassadors Are the Link to Toronto’s Unvaccinated Populations; Tai Huynh, Hot Spot Tracker; Danielle Groen, The Last 25 Percent; Nicholas Hune-Brown, Tai Huynh, Second Doses Missing Those Who Really Need Them; Tai Huynh, The Missing Middle; Tayo Bero, What Convinces A Person to Get Their First Shot?; Tai Huynh, Different Schools, Different Risks

The New World of Psychedelics
Toronto Life
Contributors: Various


Publisher Grand Prix / Grand prix de l’éditeur

Le redressement de Broadview devrait inspirer tous ceux qui cherchent à ré-outiller leur média. La publication est considérablement meilleure, touche une plus large audience, et a, littéralement, été sauvée.  Bravo.

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Jocelyn Bell (right), with consultant Sharon McAuley, Broadview
Gilles Gagnier, Canadian Geographic

Cela fait longtemps que Canadian Geographic a adopté sa marque singulière, s’étendant sur un grand assortiment de médias, d’événements, et de marchandises qui sont au service de ses membres et remplissent son mandat d’une façon qui respecte son histoire tout en accueillant pleinement l’avenir.

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Nouveau Projet est un média de qualité et tout ce qui est réalisé autour de la publication principale reflète cette qualité. Nicolas Langelier n’a jamais sacrifié Nouveau Projet sur l’autel du tout puissant dollar, mais l’entreprise continue quand même à survivre et à prospérer, prouvant ainsi que vous pouvez réussir tout en restant fidèle à votre vision.

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Nicolas Langelier, Nouveau Projet

Best Magazine: News, Business, General Interest / Meilleur magazine : actualité, affairs, intérêt général

Nous avons réellement apprécié la pause et la réflexion que BESIDE propose d’un numéro à l’autre grâce à son journalisme rigoureux et ses éléments visuels remarquables.

BESIDE est comme une bouffée d’air frais. L’innovation de son design, le papier non-couché épais, la justesse et la familiarité des sujets me donne envie de m’asseoir confortablement avec une tasse de thé et de lire pour des heures.

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Selon moi, c’est la qualité photojournalistique qui distingue Maclean’s des autres publications dans cette catégorie. La pertinence et la minutie des articles, en combinaison avec l’utilisation d’illustrations captivantes, d’infographie ainsi qu’un design impécable résulte en une expérience de lecture très agréable.

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Nouveau Projet est audacieux et rafraichissant. Le design est clair, fait un usage judicieux du vide ainsi que des couleurs solides et la typographie est bien choisie. L’équipe éditoriale est talentueuse, les articles étants recherchés, variés et captivants. 

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Best Magazine: Service & Lifestyle / Meilleur magazine : service et art de vivre

À un moment où les voyages ont été arrêtés ou perturbés, enRoute emmène les canadiens autour du monde. Ses histoires et ses images agréables répondent aux besoins de tout type de jet-setter.

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Dinette continue à proposer un beau livre à l’imagerie élevée, qui donne à la nourriture une nouvelle dimension de beauté naturelle et de rapport à la vie. Félicitations à cette superbe publication.

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VÉRO met la barre très haut avec une série d’histoires diversifiées et inclusives qui sont capturées par une photographie très agréable. Bravo!

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Best Magazine: Art, Literary, & Culture / Meilleur magazine : art, littérature et culture

Brick est un ensemble très plaisant d’essais littéraires, de critiques et de poésie, tellement rempli d’idées et de beauté qu’il faut le relire encore et encore. Un équilibre se crée entre les auteurs émergents et les auteurs reconnus, et il y a un réel engagement à représenter de nombreux points de vue pour refléter des publics divers.

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Inuit Art Quarterly représente la pensée sophistiquée et stratégique, de calibre international, et l’élégance assurée qui se combinent pour donner un magazine exceptionnel. En mettant la priorité sur le travail actuel, et en présentant de nouveaux auteurs, l’ensemble est à la fois moderne et contemporain.

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Vie des Arts est une publication d’une distinction incroyable, elle est cohérente et visuellement superbe, et elle représente un réel engagement envers l’inclusion, la communauté, et l’accès à travers l’écriture, les sujets présentés, et les critiques.

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Best Magazine: Special Interest / Meilleur magazine : intérêt spécial

Ce magazine séduit par son approche originale, inclusive et actuelle d’un sujet — la spiritualité — qui passe souvent sous le radar dans nos médias actuels. Mission plus qu’accomplie pour ce « jeune » magazine de 193 ans!

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De la direction artistique solide en passant par la qualité et la pertinence du contenu de la première à la dernière page, l’expertise de chacun des intervenants se ressent dans tous les aspects de ce magazine.

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Tusaayaksat est un magazine qui démontre le pouvoir des petites collectivités diasporiques, leur force, leur créativité et leur expertise. Créé pour et par les Inuvialuits, les Inuits de la région désignée des Inuvialuits et leur collectivités à l’extérieur de la région, c’est un exemple inspirant de la façon dont un magazine peut forger des relations, partager la connaissance, et célébrer la culture.

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Prix de la Fondation pour contribution exemplaire

Après mûre réflexion, nous avons pris la décision difficile de reporter une fois encore la remise de ces prix. Toutes les candidatures à ces prix posées en 2020 et en 2021 seront conservées et examinées l’an prochain, et nous sommes impatients de célébrer les lauréats lors de la prochaine édition des prix.

Modifications & ajouts aux contributions

Si vous désirez apporter des modifications ou des ajouts aux différentes contributions, veuillez en envoyer les détails à staff@magazine-awards.com, avec comme sujet « Modification de contribution PMC ». La date limite de modification ou d’ajout aux contributions est le 13 mai. 

À propos de la célébration des lauréats de la 45e édition des PMC

La présentation des prix 2022 se tiendra le 3 juin et sera animée par Kelly Boutsalis. Kelly est une journaliste indépendante primée mohawk de la réserve des Six Nations de la rivière Grand, qui réside actuellement à Scarborough. En raison de la situation en constante évolution de la pandémie de la COVID-19, la présentation des prix de cette année se déroulera à nouveau de façon virtuelle, au cours d’un événement diffusé en direct. Nous sommes impatients d’organiser un événement en personne pour célébrer notre industrie en septembre.

Nous encourageons tous les finalistes à regarder la cérémonie des prix virtuellement le 3 juin 2022 et nous serions ravis de voir votre réaction en direct à l’obtention d’une médaille d’or! Veuillez prendre contact avec la Fondation à staff@magazine-awards.com, avec comme sujet « Discours de remerciement PMC Zoom » pour obtenir un code d’accès si vous désirez faire un discours de remerciement en direct sur Zoom lors de la cérémonie des prix. 

Si vous souhaitez soumettre un discours de remerciement pré-enregistré, veuillez nous envoyer un clip vidéo (d’une durée maximale de 2 minutes) par courriel, avec le sujet « Discours PMC pré-enregistré ». L’option de donner un discours de remerciement par téléphone sera aussi disponible; l’information nécessaire pour passer l’appel sera affichée sur l’écran durant la cérémonie.

Remerciements

La Fondation des prix pour les médias canadiens est extrêmement reconnaissante envers le Gouvernement du Canada, le Conseil des arts de l’Ontario et Ontario Créatif pour leur soutien.

Nous adressons des remerciements particuliers à Vicky Lee pour avoir créé les éléments visuels de cette année, et à Vesselin Stroumsky, pour avoir développé les plateformes de soumission de candidature et d’évaluation en ligne de la Fondation. 

Jury des Prix du magazine canadien 2022

La Fondation des prix pour les médias canadiens a l’honneur de vous présenter les 100 membres du jury des Prix du magazine canadien 2022. Nous sommes infiniment reconnaissants envers chacun de ces juges qui ont partagé leur expertise pour nous aider à identifier et à célébrer le formidable talent qui se trouve au sein du secteur de l’édition canadienne. 


Susan Allan

Susan Allan is the Canada Editor of Politico by way of Maclean’s, iPolitics and The Ottawa Citizen.

Jean-Pierre Bastien

Before landing at URBANIA, Jean-Pierre Bastien covered South American news as a freelance journalist based in Rio de Janeiro and subsequently worked for VICE in Montreal as senior video producer. He is now the head of content of Quatre95, URBANIA‘s media dedicated to questions of money, personal finance and business.

Arjun Basu

Arjun Basu is a writer and editor living in Montreal. He is a past President of the National Media Awards Foundation.

Thierry Bissonnette

Thierry Bissonnette est professeur de littérature à l’Université Laurentienne, à Sudbury. Sous le pseudonyme Thierry Dimanche il a publié divers ouvrages poétiques et un roman.

Myra Bloom

Myra Bloom teaches Canadian literature at Glendon College, York University. She has published scholarship and literary criticism in numerous journals and magazines, including Canadian Literature, The LA Review of Books, The Walrus and The Literary Review of Canada. She is currently working on a book about women’s confessional writing in Canada.

Genevieve Bouchard

Genevieve Bouchard œuvre dans le milieu télévisuel et cinéma depuis plus de 20 ans. En tant que Directrice des acquisitions Fiction chez Bell Média, elle est responsable des achats de Films Québécois, Blockbusters d’Hollywood ainsi que des plus grandes séries internationales. Cinéphile invétérée et passionnée de télévision, musique, design et culture pop, elle est graduée du Evergreen College a Washington avec un BA spécialisé en Cinéma.

Kelly Boutsalis

Kelly Boutsalis is a Mohawk journalist from the Six Nations of the Grand River reserve. Now living in Toronto, she devotes the bulk of her work to highlighting Indigenous stories. Her words have appeared in The New York Times, The Walrus, The Narwhal and more.

Gabrielle Brassard-Lecours

Gabrielle Brassard-Lecours est journaliste depuis une douzaine d’années. Elle a travaillé dans plusieurs grands médias et publié à titre de journaliste indépendante dans diverses publications québécoises. Elle est co-fondatrice des médias Ricochet et Pivot. Elle est aussi présidente de l’Association des journalistes indépendants du Québec et enseigne le journalisme à l’Université Concordia.

Eliane Cadieux

Cofondatrice et cheffe de la création de BESIDE, Eliane Cadieux est responsable de la vision de la marque. Elle évolue depuis plus de dix ans dans l’univers des communications et du design. Elle touche à toutes les sphères de la création; de l’imprimé au web, au vidéo, à l’architecture jusqu’à l’expérience client, elle parvient toujours à mener les projets plus loin, notamment grâce aux standards de qualité supérieure qu’elle impose tant à elle-même qu’à son équipe. Originaire de Bromont, elle se consacre pendant six ans à des études en design graphique au Cégep de Sherbrooke et à l’Université du Québec à Montréal. Diplôme en main, elle reçoit une bourse pour travailler à titre de designer web et imprimé pour l’agence Sid Lee, puis se lance à son compte et multiplie les collaborations. Forte de cette expérience acquise en entrepreneuriat, c’est en 2016 qu’elle s’investit pleinement dans l’aventure de BESIDE, aux côtés de ses acolytes, Jean-Daniel Petit et Guillaume Leblanc. Un premier magazine voit le jour. Au fil des ans, Eliane a reçu de nombreuses distinctions : + Idéa (2021) + National Magazine Awards (2019-2020-2021) + Digital Publishing Awards (2020-2021) + Nomination 30/30 d’Infopresse (2019) + Grafika (2017) + Workshop at Colors Magazine, Italie (2014) + Bourse Sid Lee (2013) + Grand Prix Grafika (2012).

Julie Cailliau

Il n’y a rien comme le présent pour préparer l’avenir, parce qu’il est encore temps de choisir ce qu’on voudra en faire. C’est la conviction qui guide le parcours professionnel de Julie Cailliau, du génie au journalisme, de la rédaction en chef de Les Affaires à la direction des communications et du marketing de Fondaction, aujourd’hui. Gestionnaire chevronnée, reconnue pour sa capacité à formuler une vision opérationnelle claire et à mobiliser ses équipes dans la réalisation de cette vision, elle s’engage pour l’avènement d’une société où l’économie nourrira nos besoins véritables.

Penny Caldwell

Penny Caldwell is an experienced magazine writer, editor, and industry consultant. Under her leadership, as editor and publisher of Cottage Life from 2000 to 2017, the magazine won hundreds of national and international magazine awards. Penny is a past president of the International Regional Magazine Association, a former director of Canada’s National Magazine Awards Foundation, and has taught in Ryerson University’s Magazine and Web Publishing program in Toronto. In 2016, she received the NMAF’s Foundation Award for Outstanding Achievement.

Sue Carter

Sue Carter is deputy editor at the Inuit Art Quarterly, and the former editor-in-chief at Quill & Quire. She is a frequent culture writer for many publications and teaches writing and editing for magazines at Centennial College.

Matthieu Charest

Matthieu Charest, rédacteur spécialisé, relations publiques et contenu, Banque Nationale. Il a d’abord été journaliste économique pour Les Affaires, puis Radio-Canada. Il a également collaboré avec Finance et Investissement, animé le balado Les Dérangeants sur l’entrepreneuriat, et de nombreuses conférences sur l’économie et l’immobilier.

Daniel Chrétien

Rédacteur en chef adjoint du magazine Châtelaine depuis 2018, Daniel Chrétien a signé des reportages dans de nombreux médias québécois, dont L’actualité, pendant 15 ans, Forces, Commerce et Québec Science.

Rob Csernyik

Rob Csernyik is an an award-winning journalist and writer based in Saint John, New Brunswick. He is a frequent contributor to Barron’s Penta, and his work has also appeared at Canadian Geographic, Maisonneuve, The Globe and Mail, The Narwhal and Vice among other outlets. Rob is also the editor of Great Canadian Longform, sharing the best in Canadian literary journalism via social media and a weekly newsletter.

Photo Credit: Marc-André Pauzé 

Fabrice de Pierrebourg

Fabrice de Pierrebourg collabore régulièrement à l’émission Puisqu’il faut se lever au 98,5 FM (Cogeco média) ainsi qu’au magazine L’actualité. Globe-trotteur, ses reportages l’ont mené ces dernières années au Mali, à Gaza, au Liban, en Irak, en Syrie, en Afghanistan ainsi que récemment en Ukraine . Son travail lui a valu d’être honoré au Concours canadien de journalisme (2012) et au Prix du magazine canadien à deux reprises (2020 et 2021).

Il est aussi l’auteur ou co-auteur de huit livres

Nelly Desmarais

Née en 1986, Nelly Desmarais est originaire de Richelieu, en Montérégie. Elle a étudié la littérature à l’Université du Québec à Montréal et à l’Université McGill et a publié poèmes, proses et critiques dans des revue et des collectifs. Son texte « Fièvre », paru dans Nouveau Projet, a été finaliste aux Prix du magazine canadien 2020, dans la catégorie poésie, et ses poèmes ont été deux fois sélectionnés pour le Prix de poésie Radio-Canada, en 2017 et 2018. Elle est directrice administrative adjointe du Quartanier Éditeur. Marche à voix basse, paru au Quartanier en mars 2022, est son premier livre.

Photo credit: Justine Latour © Le Quartanier

Matthew DiMera

Matthew DiMera is an award-winning editor and journalist currently living in Toronto, and is the Founder of The Resolve, a new digital publication centring Black, Indigenous and racialized people in Canada.

Ruth Dunley

Ruth Dunley is the Associate Director of Editorial Strategy at Queen’s University and editor of the Queen’s Alumni Review. A veteran journalist and communicator, Dunley has previously edited Ottawa Magazine and her writing has appeared in Muse Magazine, and the Wisconsin Magazine of History, as well as newspapers across Canada and in the United States. Prior to her career in communications, she worked as a reporter, copy editor, news editor, assignment editor and online editor for the Ottawa Citizen/Postmedia. In 2019 she wrote the foreword of Revolutions Across Borders: Jacksonian America and the Canadian Rebellion (McGill-Queen’s University Press) and saw the publication of her book, The Lost President: A.D. Smith and the Hidden History of Radical Democracy in Civil War America (University of Georgia Press). She holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in journalism, a Bachelor of Education, a PhD in history, and was a Fulbright Scholar at the College of William & Mary.

Nehal El-Hadi

Nehal El-Hadi is a writer, researcher, and editor whose work explores the relationships between the body (racialised, gendered), place (urban, virtual), and technology (internet, health). Currently, she is the Science+Technology Editor at The Conversation Canada and Editor-in-Chief of Studio Magazine.

Alicia Elliott

Alicia Elliott is a Mohawk writer and editor living in Brantford, Ontario. She’s had numerous essays nominated for National Magazine Awards, winning Gold in 2017 and an honourable mention in 2020. Her short fiction was selected for Best American Short Stories 2018, Best Canadian Stories 2018, and Journey Prize Stories 30. Her award-winning first book, A Mind Spread Out On The Ground, was a national bestseller.

Jocelyne Fournel

Jocelyne Fournel a consacré la majeure partie de sa carrière à la direction artistique de magazines : notamment Montréal ce mois-ci, MTL et pendant 23 années, L’actualité. Entre 1985 et 1988, elle a été designer graphique à Londres, au Sunday Telegraph Magazine et au World of Interiors. Durant toutes ces années, elle a conçu des milliers de mises en pages et des centaines de pages couvertures, elle a dirigé d’innombrables séances photo et travaillé avec les meilleurs illustrateurs-trices et photographes. Son principal souci fut de mettre en valeur l’image et le texte, afin de faire de la lecture de magazines une véritable expérience esthétique et intellectuelle. Elle jongle aujourd’hui avec de nouveaux projets, toujours dans l’édition, du livre photo à l’album jeunesse.

Matt Frehner

Matt Frehner leads the Visual Journalism team at The Globe and Mail. The award-winning group of editors, designers, developers, photographers, videographers and graphic artists works to make sense of a complicated and fast-moving world through high-impact visual journalism.

Lianne George

Lianne George is the Editorial Lead at Rethink, one of Canada’s top independent creative agencies, and the founder of George&Co., a Toronto-based editorial consultancy. Previously, she led strategic communications for the Brookfield Institute of Innovation + Entrepreneurship at Ryerson University. A long-time magazine editor, she served as editor-in-chief of Chatelaine and director of lifestyle content for Rogers Digital Content & Publishing. She was the founding editor of Torstar’s The Grid and has held senior-level positions at Maclean’s and Canadian Business. Her feature writing has appeared in publications including Maclean’s, Report on Business and New York magazine. She was awarded the Grand Prix Editor of the Year award at the 2018 National Magazine Awards.  

Curtis Gillespie

Curtis Gillespie has won seven National Magazine Awards from 23 nominations, including a record-tying four awards in 2014.

Charles Gillis

Charlie Gillis is Managing Editor (National) of Maclean’s, which he joined in 2003 as a national correspondent based in Toronto. Gillis is a past recipient of gold and silver medals at the National Magazine Awards, and co-winner of a Canadian Association of Journalists award. Prior to joining Maclean’s, he worked as a reporter and feature writer for the National Post, the Edmonton Journal, The Canadian Press and the Telegraph-Journal of New Brunswick. He lives in Toronto.

Don Gillmor

Don Gillmor’s most recent book To the River won the 2019 Governor General’s Literary Award for non-fiction. He is the author of a two-volume history of Canada, Canada: A People’s History, which won the Libris Award, and two other books of non-fiction, The Desire of Every Living Thing and I Swear by Apollo. He has written three critically acclaimed novels – Kanata, Mount Pleasant and Long Change – as well as nine books for children, two of which were nominated for a Governor General’s Award. He has won twelve National Magazine Awards, including the Outstanding Achievement Award. He lives in Toronto with his wife and two children.

Rita Godlevskis

PhotoED Magazine Editor and Publisher Rita Godlevskis has more than twenty years of experience in photography-based, creative media work, in Canada, the UK, Australia and New Zealand. She has worked across multiple platforms with a diverse range of projects in her portfolio in editorial, and creative production contexts. PhotoED Magazine is the last independent Canadian photography magazine left on newsstands nationally. A passion for promoting diverse voices in Canadian photography, and great coffee keep her fuelled.

Seyward Goodhand

Seyward Goodhand’s stories have been shortlisted for the Writers’ Trust/McClelland & Stewart Journey Prize and a National Magazine Award, and longlisted for the CBC Short Story Prize. Her first book, Even That Wildest Hope (Invisible Publishing), was a finalist for the Manitoba Book Awards’ Margaret Laurence Award for Fiction and the Eileen McTavish Sykes Award for Best First Book, and longlisted for the 2020 Sunburst Award for Excellence in Canadian Literature of the Fantastic. She holds a PhD from the University of Toronto and lives in Winnipeg.

Josh Greenblatt

Josh Greenblatt is the former editor-in-chief of SHARP magazine and a freelance writer whose work has appeared in The Walrus, Maisonneuve, The Globe and Mail, Vogue, Monocle and other outlets.

Nicole Haldoupis

Nicole Haldoupis is a queer writer, editor, designer, illustrator, and rug hooker from Tkaronto/Toronto. She’s a former editor of Grain and a co-creator of untethered and Applebeard Editions. She is a member of the board of directors at Riddle Fence. Her work can be found in Bad Dog Review, The Feathertale Review, Bad Nudes, antilang, and others. She completed an MFA in Writing at the University of Saskatchewan in 2016. Her first book, Tiny Ruins (Radiant Press, 2020), is a novel made up of linked flash fiction pieces, and was shortlisted for four Saskatchewan Book Awards. Nicole lives in St. John’s, Ktaqamkuk/Newfoundland.

Liz Harmer

Liz Harmer’s stories, essays, and poems have been published in The Walrus, Image Journal, The Globe and Mail, The Malahat Review, The New Quarterly, PRISM, Lit Hub, Best Canadian Stories, and elsewhere. Her first novel, The Amateurs, was a finalist for the Amazon Canada First Novel Award. She has also been a finalist for the Journey Prize, and nominated four times for National Magazine Awards, one of which she won in 2014 for Personal Journalism. Harmer’s second novel, Strange Loops, is forthcoming with Knopf Canada in 2022.

Madi Haslam

Madi Haslam is the editor-in-chief of Maisonneuve magazine. She was formerly the Arts & Ideas editor of This Magazine and host of the Policy Options podcast. Her work has appeared in Briarpatch, Broadview, Guts Magazine, The Walrus, and elsewhere. Her reporting has received two Canadian Online Publishing Awards and a CAJ nomination.

James Hewes

Having held various positions in his 12-year stint at the BBC, most notably leading the international development of the magazines business, James Hewes was part of the team that sold the business to private equity in November 2011. He was then Publishing Director for Top Gear, Good Food, Easy Cook and Lonely Planet Magazine and a Director of BBC Haymarket Exhibitions.

Jude Isabella

Jude Isabella is a science journalist, concentrating on the environment, ecology, and archaeology. As a journalist she has worked for newspapers and magazines, on staff or as a freelancer. She spent a dozen years as managing editor of YES Mag, Canada’s science magazine for kids. In 2015, she launched Hakai Magazine, an online publication focused on coastal science and societies. Jude continues to write for young readers. Her sixth book for kids, Bringing Back the Wolves, was published in spring 2020 by Kids Can Press, with the distinction of being included that year on both the American Library Association’s list of banned and challenged books and the New York Public Library’s Best Kids’ Books.

Katherine Janson

A former investigative broadcast journalist with an MA in Journalism, Katherine Janson has two decades of experience across strategic communications, media relations, writing, editing and journalism, predominantly in the not-for-profit healthcare field. She is currently the National Director of Communications for the Canadian Mental Health Association, leading content strategy, editorial, public relations and marketing for the 103-year-old charity. She works closely with mental health experts and media across the country to promote important mental health policy work, programming, services and supports in communities across Canada. She is adept at mining insights that will inform campaigns, content and messaging to turn over issues in a new light.

A born knowledge translator, she believes in her heart that if you can’t say something simply, you don’t truly understand it. Good journalism is integral to the work that charities are doing in Canada, and to educate people on what mental health and mental illness are, and how best to take care of them. Good journalism is key to the mental health systems change, social change, education and influence work that will, over time, shift behaviours and perceptions to create a climate of understanding and acceptance.

Laurie Jennings

Laurie Jennings is director of the Good Housekeeping Institute, where she oversees business and editorial strategy, and leads a team of scientists, consumer product specialists and editorial experts to create science-backed content, industry-leading events, report on consumer behaviour and trends, assess items for the GH Seal, evaluate products, among other editorially driven, revenue-generating innovations. Laurie is a sought-after speaker for CES, SXSW and the Global Wellness Summit and a judge for awards from ASME and Digiday. As a HearstLab Scout, she screens startups for investment by Hearst. Find her on Instagram @lauriejenningsnyc.

Arvin Joaquin

Arvin Joaquin is an award-winning journalist and editor. He is currently a senior political reporter-editor at The Canadian Press covering immigration. He previously worked as a video journalist at OMNI News: Filipino and an associate editor at Xtra Magazine, where he wrote the magazine’s Digital Publishing Award-winning newsletter. In 2020, he was named as a finalist for Best Emerging Writer at the National Magazine Awards. His work has appeared in Huffington Post, Toronto Star, Globe and Mail, CBC, and more.

Lindsay Jones

Lindsay Jones is a national award-winning journalist based in Halifax. Her stories have appeared in The Atavist, The Globe and Mail, The Narwhal, Maclean’s, Chatelaine, CBC, and The Walrus.

Emmanuel Kattan

Emmanuel Kattan est le directeur du Programme Alliance à l’Université Columbia, une initiative visant à créer des partenariats de recherche et d’enseignement entre Sciences Po, Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne, l’Ecole Polytechnique et l’Université Columbia. Emmanuel a été le directeur du British Council à New York et directeur des communications à l’Alliance des Civilisations (Nations Unies) et auprès du secrétaire général du Commonwealth à Londres. Il a débuté sa carrière à la Délégation générale du Québec au Royaume Uni.

Né à Montréal, Emmanuel a étudié à l’Université de Montréal et à Oxford, en tant que Rhodes Scholar. Il a obtenu un doctorat en philosophie de l’École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales à Paris. Il est l’auteur de cinq livres: un essai sur le devoir de mémoire et quatre romans. Son plus récent roman, L’attrapeur d’âmes, est paru aux éditions Leméac en 2019.

Jeremy Keehn

Jeremy Keehn is a features editor at Bloomberg Businessweek. He was previously a news and business editor at NewYorker.com, the digital director of Harper’s Magazine, and a senior editor at The Walrus.

Deirdre Kelly

Deirdre Kelly is the author of Ballerina: Sex, Scandal and Suffering Behind the Symbol of Perfection, named by the Guardian as the best dance book on a Top 10 list published in 2021. Her first book, the best-selling memoir Paris Times Eight, came out in 2009. An internationally recognized dance critic, she is a two-time recipient of the Nathan Cohen Prize for outstanding critical writing and a National Newspaper Award finalist and certificate of merit holder in the category of feature writing. From 1985 to 2017, she was an arts critic, investigative reporter, senior fashion reporter and arts columnist on staff at Canada‘s Globe and Mail newspaper. She has an MA in English from the University of Toronto and since 2017 has been Editor of the award-winning The York University Magazine. In 2021, she collected an Alumni of Influence Award from University College, at U of T, for her journalism advocating for greater diversity and transparency in the arts.

Michelle Kelly

Michelle Kelly started her career in publishing in 1998, as the office manager at Cottage Life. Since then, she has held various positions in the editorial department at the magazine until she was named Editor in July 2015 and Vice President, Content, for Blue ant Media in September 2019. She’s a member of the Professional Advisory Committee for Centennial College in Toronto and is also the recipient of several Canadian National Magazine Awards, including Editor Grand Prix in 2021. Outside of work, Michelle sits on the board of Ready Set Play, a non-profit group that helps provide youth access to organized sports. She lives in Toronto with her husband and two children.

Aaron Kylie

Legion Magazine editor Aaron Kylie is an awarding-winning writer/editor/manager of national magazines. He was previously editor-in-chief of Canadian Geographic, publications manager at the Canadian Wildlife Federation (where he oversaw Canadian Wildlife, Biosphere and Wild magazines), and prior to that, the long-time managing editor at Outdoor Canada magazine.

Claudia Larochelle

Claudia Larochelle est autrice (Les bonnes filles plantent des fleurs au printemps, Les îles Canaries, Je veux une maison faite de sorties de secours – Réflexions sur la vie et l’oeuvre de Nelly Arcan, la série jeunesse à succès La doudou, etc.) et journaliste spécialisée en culture et société. Après avoir animé pendant plus de six saisons l’émission LIRE sur ICI ARTV, elle est à la tête de l’émission Claudia à la page sur Savoir Média. Elle est chroniqueuse sur ICI Radio-Canada radio et télé et signe régulièrement des textes sur le site d’informations Avenues.ca, dans Les Libraires et Elle Québec. Elle est titulaire d’un baccalauréat en journalisme et d’une maîtrise en création littéraire de l’UQAM. On peut la suivre sur Facebook, Twitter @clolarochelle et Instagram claudia_larochelle.

Deborah Lau-Yu

Propelled by a passion for arts, culture and community, Deborah Lau-Yu is the co-founder and art director at PALETTERA, an award-winning Canadian design firm specializing in meaningful storytelling through design. Their work focuses on event branding and design, marketing campaign design, and print communication. Her team creates compelling objects, print pieces, and art experiences with lasting meaning — a philosophy which embraces the core concepts of “thinking through making,” and connecting the head, heart and hand. Most recently, the Palettera team has built a new Canadian lifestyle stationery brand, Ferris Wheel Press, with refreshing products to inspire the world to fall in love with writing again.

Deborah’s personal mission is to use design practice to innovate, challenge, and strengthen the community to connect at deeper levels and inspired others to always reach further. Deborah founded and and serves as Editor-in-Chief for Fete Chinoise, an award-winning platform focussed on modern Chinese culture that champions an annual collector’s magazine, online community, and signature showcase event that fundraises for local charities, which have included the Markham Stouffville Hospital, Sick Kids, fu-GEN Theatre, Mon Sheong Foundation and Orbis Canada. The magazine was awarded the 2019 Best Publication by Canadian Online Publishing Awards, and recognized for Best Art Direction of a single article at the National Magazine Awards 2020.

In addition to her entrepreneurial and cultural work, Deborah also dedicates her time to a group of important causes: she serves as Director of Graphic Arts for the Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards, and is a contributor to many organizations including the Art Gallery of Ontario, Royal Ontario Museum, David Foster Foundation, Sick Kids Foundation, the Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto, Suzanne & Edward Rogers Foundation, Boost for Kids, Camp Oochigaas, Markham Stouffville Hospital Foundation, and the Association of Chinese-Canadian Entrepreneurs.

Johanne Lauzon

Après avoir exercé le journalisme dans un quotidien, une agence de presse et un site web, Johanne Lauzon s’est jointe à l’équipe Châtelaine. Elle a été tour à tour cheffe des pages santé, rédactrice en chef adjointe et, depuis 2016, rédactrice en chef. Elle a insufflé un souffle nouveau au magazine avec un accent porté sur le féminisme, la diversité et les enjeux sociaux.

Amélie Legare

Two decades ago, Amélie ran away from her job in a concrete building without windows to ride pow on bluebird days and start a design company focused on outdoor recreation. Besides winning numerous design awards and maintaining a client list as long as a downhill racing ski, Amélie still finds time to snowboard all winter, bike and garden in the summer, build a house and travel around the world while raising her young son.

Erica Lenti

Erica Lenti is a writer and editor in Toronto. She is currently the senior editor, politics and identities, at Xtra Magazine, Canada’s largest and oldest online LGBTQ2S+ magazine.

Carly Lewis

Carly Lewis is a journalist living in Toronto. Her work has appeared at The New York Times, New York Magazine, Vulture, The Cut, The Atlantic, Elle, The Globe and Mail, The Walrus, The Guardian, Interview Magazine, The Fader, the Toronto Star, Hazlitt, Spin, Maisonneuve and Maclean’s. In 2021 she was a finalist in the Essays category at the National Magazine Awards and in the Best Arts and Culture Storytelling category at the Digital Publishing Awards. She is a course instructor at Ryerson University’s School of Journalism.

Tomos Lewis

Tomos Lewis is Monocle magazine’s bureau chief in Toronto, and senior correspondent for Monocle24 Radio – covering North American politics, culture, design, urban affairs, business and diplomacy. He has previously worked for BBC News in his native Wales, and in Washington DC. He is a graduate of the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism and the University of St Andrews. He is a recipient of the Fulbright Alistair Cooke Award in Journalism.

Christine Loureiro

Christine Loureiro leads an incredible group of award-winning editors, reporters and producers to curate and amplify Toronto Star’s journalism, driving a strong and lasting connection between the Star’s and the millions of people it reaches through our website and app, newsletters, breaking alerts, push, search, social and more.

Tori Marlan

Tori Marlan’s work has appeared in a variety of outlets in the US and Canada, including The Walrus Magazine, The Atavist Magazine, BuzzFeed News, The Seattle Times, the Texas Observer, Pacific Standard magazine, The Marshall Project, and The Appeal. She has also reported for CBC Radio, This American Life, Weekend America, and the Tablet Magazine podcast Vox Tablet and won several journalism awards, including one from CAJ. In 2006, she received a fellowship from the Alicia Patterson Foundation to write about detained child immigrants.

Erin McPhee

Erin McPhee is a freelance art director, designer and visual artist based in Toronto, Canada. She applies her skills of empathy, observation, and curiosity to all of her professional and personal projects. Her clients include Jam3, Underline Studio, The Medical Post, Today’s Parent, and Quill & Quire, among others.

Erik Mohr

Erik Mohr’s passion for magazines and visual storytelling has spanned over 20 years as an art director and creative director. He has received numerous industry awards from the Society of Publication Designers, Canadian National Magazine Awards, Art Directors Club of Canada, Magazines du Québec and the Content Council. Erik has worked with brands such as Air Canada, Bell Canada, Canadian Tire Corporation, Fairmont Hotels and Resorts, HSBC, KPMG, MaRS Discovery District, Sportcheck and many more.

Stéphane Monnet

Stéphane Monnet is the president and creative director of Monnet Design and is based in Toronto, Canada and Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Monnet is also the former President of the Advertising & Design Club of Canada. In his 20+ year career Monnet has received numerous awards from international design publications and organizations, including the ADCC, AIGA, Applied Arts, Communication Arts, Graphis, HOW, the National Magazine Awards and the New York Type Directors Club.

John Montgomery

John Montgomery is an art director and graphic designer. Currently art directing Reader’s Digest Canada and Sélection, he’s previously worked on Canadian Business, MoneySense, Toronto Life, Financial Post Magazine and Taddle Creek magazines, as well as worked with Nelson Education, the Canadian Journalists for Free Expression, and the Ontario Association of Architects. John has been nominated for several National Magazine Awards, and has won two Canadian Cover awards.

A part of the Alberta Magazine Publishers Association’s Pros On The Road series, he has spoken numerous times on cover design, as well as done consultations with publications on what they can do to help improve their design. John has been a judge for the National Magazine Awards multiple times, and was an editorial category judge for the Society of Illustrators’ 62nd annual. He is a PAC member for Sheridan College’s Bachelor of Illustration program and Centennial College’s graphic design program.

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Brian Morgan

Although he studied printmaking at art school, and was then a bookseller out of college, Brian Morgan has worked as a graphic designer and an art director for the past 26 years, 20 of these in editorial design. He has worked for (or on) Maclean’s, Saturday Night, C Magazine, Dose, Literary Review of Canada, enRoute, and The Walrus. At this last he was the art director for nine years. He also sat on the executive committee of the National Magazine Awards. Brian lives and works in Montreal and co-art directs Maisonneuve and Precedent Magazine with the Toronto-based art director, curator, and producer Rachel Wine.

Carol Moskot

Carol Moskot is an editorial art director and creative director based in New York with 25+ years of magazine and custom publishing experience in the US and Canada. Her studio, Carol Moskot Design + Direction, focuses on the intersection of publication design and story-telling and works with non-profits and agents of change to help them tell their stories for the common good.

Carol is an award-winning designer specializing in art direction, photo direction and branding. She is creative-problem solver, adept at drawing together an inspired team of photographers and stylists, producing photo shoots and steering great illustrators. She has won over 80 awards for her work from the National Magazine Awards, Society of Publications Designers and Advertising and Design Club of Canada.

Sabrina Myre

Sabrina Myre est une journaliste indépendante basée à Montréal, après plusieurs années à l’étranger. Depuis Jérusalem, elle a produit des reportages pour des médias de différents pays. Elle a aussi travaillé à Paris pour Radio France international et le magazine Jeune Afrique, entre 2014 et 2016. Elle est aussi lauréate d’une médaille d’argent en 2020 pour son reportage «La longue route des survivantes yézidies» en Irak, publié dans le magazine ELLE Québec. Elle a passé les huit premières années de sa carrière à Radio-Canada.

Anabelle Nicoud

Anabelle Nicoud a travaillé pendant 15 ans dans les médias montréalais, d’abord comme journaliste, puis comme directrice à la redaction de La Presse et du Devoir. Elle vit désormais dans la Baie de San Francisco. 

Jadine Ngan

Jadine Ngan is a freelance writer and photographer with bylines in The Walrus, Maisonneuve, Toronto Life, and Broadview Magazine. She also currently serves as The Varsity‘s Features editor.