And the Nominees Are…

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The National Media Awards Foundation (NMAF) proudly presents the nominees for the 4th annual National Magazine Awards: B2B. Fifty judges generously volunteered their time and expertise for this year’s awards, evaluating entries from 50 trade, association, and professional magazines across Canada. From their evaluations, 90 finalists have emerged across 16 categories, representing the exemplary work of Canadian business-to-business publications in 2021. 

The complete list of finalists is below. Winners will be announced via social media — we’re @NMA_B2B (use #NMAB2B22) — on May 26, with Gold winners in creator-focused categories receiving a $500 cash prize. All winners and nominees are also eligible to receive a certificate, while award-winning and nominated magazines are encouraged to use our official winners’ seals to promote their awards.

Top Nominees

Pivot, CPA Canada leads with 14 nominations in various categories, followed by University Affairs with 11 nominations and Queen’s Alumni Review with seven nominations. Other top nominees include University of Toronto Magazine with six nominations and The York University Magazine with five nominations. 

Nomination Highlights


B2B Leadership Award & Best Publisher

After careful consideration, we have made the difficult decision to once again postpone awarding these prizes. All applications for these awards from 2020 and 2021 will be kept on file for consideration, and we look forward to celebrating the winners at next year’s awards.

Credit Changes & Additions

To request any changes, corrections, or additions, please send details to staff@magazine-awards.com with “NMA: B2B Credit Change” in the subject line. The deadline for credit changes and additions is May 6. 

Acknowledgements 

The NMAF gratefully acknowledges its government funders: the Government of Canada, the Ontario Arts Council, and Ontario Creates. Special thanks also to Hannah Browne and the team at Studio 141 for providing all the original visual elements of this year’s awards, and to Vesselin Stroumsky for developing the Foundation’s online submissions and judging platforms.