Canadian Magazine Industry News
6 June 2014,     TORONTO
Cottage Life among top winners at the 2014 Editor’s Choice Awards
For the second year in a row Cottage Life won big at The Canadian Society of Magazine Editors’ (CSME) Editors’ Choice Awards.

The publication took home four awards total during Wednesday nights gala: The Jim Cormier Award for Display Writing, Magazine of the Year; medium circulation, Best Front of Book and Editor of the Year for Penny Caldwell.

Caldwell was also the recipient of the Editor of the Year Award in 2006, 2010 and 2013.

Pictured from left to right, in attached image: Braden Alexander, Precedent; Jennifer Walker, Best Health; Jackie Davis, Cottage Life; Martin Zibauer, Cottage Life; Matthew Blackett, Spacing; Liann Bobechko, Cottage Life; Sarah B. Hood, Spacing; Blair Eveleigh, Cottage Life.
Pictured from left to right, in attached image: Braden Alexander, Precedent; Jennifer Walker, Best Health; Jackie Davis, Cottage Life; Martin Zibauer, Cottage Life; Matthew Blackett, Spacing; Liann Bobechko, Cottage Life; Sarah B. Hood, Spacing; Blair Eveleigh, Cottage Life.

A full list of award winners:


Magazine of the Year, Small Circulation
Runner-up: Canada's History
Winner: Spacing, editor Matthew Blackett

Magazine of the Year, Medium Circulation
Runner-up: Outdoor Canada
Winner: Cottage Life, editor Penny Caldwell

Magazine of the Year, Large Circulation
Runner-up: Canadian Living
Winner: Today's Parent, editor Sasha Emmons

Trade Magazine of the Year
Runners-up: Today's Trucking and Professionally Speaking
Winner: Precedent, editor Melissa Kluger

Best Web Editorial
Runner-up: Canadian Living
Winner: Spacing

Best Tablet
Runner-up: Reader's Digest
Winner: Best Health

Best Front of Book
Winners (tie): Cottage Life and Spacing

Jim Cormier Award for Display Writing
Winner: Cottage Life

Editor of the Year 
Winner: Penny Caldwell, Cottage Life
— Leslie Emmons
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