And the Winners Are…
The Gold and Silver awards for this year’s 16 NMA: B2B categories were announced via Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and e-newsletter on May 26, 2022. Gold winners in creator-focused categories receive a $500 cash prize in addition to their award certificate.
If you are a Gold or Silver winner, please contact us with your mailing information. Cash prizes (for Gold winners in creator-focused categories) and certificates will be mailed this summer. Honourable Mention certificates are available on request.
Gold, Silver, and Finalists’ seals are available for download here.
- Pivot collected the most wins, with an impressive five Gold awards—including for Best Magazine—and two Silver awards
- University Affairs is the Gold winner for Best Art Direction: Single Article or Opening Spread, and is also the Silver winner for Best Cover, Best Feature Article: Professional, and Best Series of Articles
- CIM Magazine took home Gold and Silver in Best Feature Article: Trade, for “The two sides of the coal story” by Kelsey Rolfe, and “Diamond versus diamond” by Carolyn Gruske
- Canadian Family Physician won Gold in Best How-To Article or Series of Articles for “Prevention in Practice,” and Silver in Best Editorial for “Climate change is a health issue“
- FORUM is a two-time Silver winner with “Moving On, Moving Up; Knowing the Fine Print” in Best How-To Article or Series of Articles and “Man with a Vision” in Best Profile of a Person
- University of Toronto Magazine took home an impressive two Gold awards, for Best Cover and Best Photograph, and Silver in the coveted Best Issue category
- Queen’s Alumni Review won Gold and Silver in Best Art Direction of a Complete Issue, for the Fall 2021 issue, art directed by Wendy Treverton, and the Spring 2021 issue, art directed by Studio Wyse
Gold- and Silver-Winning Publications
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The National Media Awards Foundation is incredibly grateful for the support of the Government of Canada, the Ontario Arts Council, and Ontario Creates. Special thanks also to Hannah Browne and the team at Studio 141 for once again creating this year’s visual elements, and to Vesselin Stroumsky, for developing the Foundation’s online submissions and judging platforms.
On behalf of everyone who entered this year’s competition, and on behalf of the NMAF team, a sincere thank you to our dedicated roster of volunteer judges.
Save the Date!
The National Media Awards Foundation is thrilled to announce that we will be hosting a long-overdue, in-person event in Toronto on September 29, 2022. Join us at the Globe and Mail Centre for a day of professional development and an evening of reconnecting and networking with friends and peers. Details to follow this summer.