Maclean’s wins four National Magazine Awards

Read and watch the winners here


Maclean’s earned three golds, one silver and 15 honourable mentions at Friday’s National Magazine Awards gala.

With its four wins, the magazine received the sixth-most awards of any Canadian magazine, ranking behind The Walrus—which, with nine awards, placed first—and sister publication L’actualité, which earned eight, among others.

See the winners below, and find the full list of the 19 Maclean’s nominees here.


Editorial Package: Print
Ottawa Shooting
Editor: Mark Stevenson
Contributors: Sue Allan, Genna Buck, John Geddes, Aaron Hutchins, Anne Kingston, Michael Petrou, Cormac MacSweeney, Julie Smyth, Nick Taylor-Vaisey, Paul Wells, Aaron Wherry and David Zelikovitz

Best Short Feature
My hitchhiker, the Parliament Hill gunman
Michael Friscolanti

Online Video
Ukraine in Crisis
Producers: Colin Campbell, Andrew Tolson
Videographers: Marta Iwanek, Ed Ou, Yulia Kocherhan, Andrew Sorohan
Reporters: Michael Petrou, Katie Engelhart
Video Editor: David Zelikovitz


Photojournalism & Photo Essay
Liard River Hot Springs
Eamon Mac Mahon


Former Maclean’s intern Genna Buck was named Canada’s Best New Magazine Writer for her Maisonneuve feature, “Finding a Place,” which was also nominated in the Investigative Reporting category.

Maclean’s sister publication L’actualité received golds in the Investigative Reporting and Politics & Public Interest categories for “Crimes sexuel dans l’armée,” by Alec Castonguay and Noémi Mercier. The article, translated into English, was a Maclean’s cover story in May. Read it here.

See the full list of winners here.