Maclean’s picks up four Canadian Online Publishing Awards

Maclean’s was honoured with three golds and one silver at the Canadian Online Publishing Awards in Toronto Monday night.

The awards Maclean’s picked up included:

Gold in use of social media for the Defining Canadian Moments series, created by contributing editor David Newland, assistant editor Jessica Allen, assistant editor Erica Alini, managing editor Kim Honey, digital managing editor Sue Allan, senior platform manager Philip Schrauwers, project manager Carmela Wynne, digital general manager JP Fozo, deputy editor Anne Marie Owens and editor Mark Stevenson.

Gold in cross-plaftorm initiative for Augmented Reality, created by senior editor Colin Campbell, senior writer Nicholas Kohler, associate editor Cathy Gulli, assistant editor Jessica Allen, former digital managing editor Philippe Gohier, former web producer Jonathan McKinnell, senior platform editor Philip Schrauwers, digital general manager JP Fozo, art director Stephen Gregory, deputy editor Anne Marie Owens and Augmented Reality programmer Ad-Dispatch.

Gold in news coverage, created by the entire Maclean’s print and digital staff.

Silver in best data visualization for Interactive Budget, created by assistant editor Erica Alini, associate editor Tasmin McMahon, senior editor Jason Kirby, senior editor Colin Campbell, political editor Paul Wells, Ottawa bureau editor John Geddes, former web producer Jonathan McKinnell, desginer Taylor Shute, deputy editor Anne Marie Owens and editor Mark Stevenson.

The Canadian Online Publishing Awards recognize the best in editorial-based digital publishing in the country.

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