Toronto artist and illustrator Sarah Lazarovic was honoured last night with an Online Journalism Award for her commentary.
Winner: Online Commentary, Medium: @MacleansMag, Sarah Lazarovic http://t.co/3tKH6eTBfT #OJA14 #ONA14
— Online News Assn. (@ONA) September 28, 2014
Lazarovic, who was not in Chicago at the awards, learned of her latest honours via Twitter:
.@sarahLazarovic’s brilliant sketch reporting for @macleansmag just won an #OJA14 award. Beyond proud. @susan_allan pic.twitter.com/prOcc2syZO
— Lindsey Wiebe (@lindseywiebe) September 28, 2014
@lindseywiebe @MacleansMag @susan_allan oh my gosh amazing!! thanks guys!
— sarah (@sarahLazarovic) September 28, 2014
In a competition dominated by American media, the Calgary Herald was also recognized for its coverage of the Alberta floods. A complete list of winners is here.
Lazarovic has also been nominated for a Canadian Online Publishing Award, which will be handed out in November.
Most recently, she filed while walking along with a climate protest in Toronto. Lazarovic is the author of the newly published A Bunch of Pretty Things I Did Not Buy. To see more of her work at Maclean’s, follow this link.