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Maclean’s earns 20 nominations for National Magazine Awards

Six Maclean’s writers compete for top blog


 

Maclean’s has been nominated for 20 National Magazine Awards.

The award is the top honour for magazines from across Canada. Winners will be announced at a gala dinner in Toronto on June 7.

The nominations include:

Magazine Website of the Year

Tablet Magazine of the Year for Canada’s Best Restaurants

Magazine Covers, Stephen Gregory for The Secret Khadr File

Best Short Feature, Ken MacQueen for Canadian triathlete Paula Findlay’s long and lonely run to last place

In the Blogs category:

Erica Alini for Econowatch

Julia Belluz for Science-ish

Jesse Brown for The blog of Jesse Brown

Amanda Shendruk for Show and Tell

Nick Taylor-Vaisey for Tease the Day

Paul Wells for Inkless Wells

Columns, Emma Teitel

Health & Medicine, Anne Kingston for The Silent Treatment

Humour, Scott Feschuk for Are you running for the Liberal leadership?

One of a Kind, Sarah Lazarovic for The Outsider’s Guide to TIFF 2012

Personal Journalism, Dan Hill for Running from Cancer

In the Politics & Public Interest category:

Michael Friscolanti for A Sick Notion of Honour

Michael Petrou for Brothers in Charge

Science, Technology & the Environment, Nicholas Köhler for We’re shooting polar bears?!

Sports & Recreation, Jonathon Gatehouse for Death on Everest

Photojournalism & Photo Essay, John Cullen for 50 Best Restaurants


 

Maclean’s earns 20 nominations for National Magazine Awards

  1. Well, since we don’t have any other magazines . . .

  2. Cheering for Anne Kingston…a journalist that truly understands what she reports on. A very rare quality indeed.

  3. Congratulations on your nomination Anne. We are so happy to have you backing CCSVI and reporting the truth! Thank you for your honesty.

  4. The MS Community applauds Anne Kingston–the “powers that be” don’t want to hear from people with MS–please don’t let them try to muzzle you!

  5. Congratulations, Anne Kingston! This nomination is well-deserved!

  6. I thought macleans had more than twenty employees in their lib empire.

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