Canadian Magazine Industry News
3 May 2016,     TORONTO
National Magazine Awards nominees announced
The National Magazine Awards Foundation (NMAF) has announced the nominees for its 39th annual awards.

According to the NMAF:

This year, 184 Canadian magazines from coast to coast to coast—English and French, print and digital—entered the best of their editorial and design to the National Magazine Awards, submitting the work of more than 3000 writers, editors, photographers, illustrators, art directors and other creators.
The NMAF’s 232 volunteer judges have nominated a total of 309 submissions from 84 different Canadian magazines for awards in 39 written, visual, integrated and special categories. A record 12 magazines have been nominated for the first time.

Toronto Life is in the lead with 26 nominations, The Walrus has 20, Maclean’s and Maisonneuve have 18 each, L’actualité and Sportsnet have 16 each and Hazlitt has 15.

The finalists for magazine of the year are Canadian Geographic, Caribou, Maisonneuve and Nouveau Projet.

The top nominated magazines are:


Gold, Silver and Honourable Mention National Magazine Awards will be announced at the Arcadian Court in Toronto on June 10. More than $50,000 in cash prizes will be awarded to Canadian creators.

Visit the NMA website for a full list of nominees and to purchase tickets.

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