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And the Winners Are…
The National Media Awards Foundation revealed the winners of the 2022 Digital Publishing Awards via Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and e-newsletter on May 31, 2022. Gold winners in creator-focused categories received a $500 cash prize, in addition to their award.
If you are a Gold winner, please contact us with your mailing address in order to receive your cash prize and certificate. Certificates for Silver winners and Honourable Mention are available upon request.
- This year’s top winner is Radio-Canada, with an impressive 12 awards in various categories — including seven Gold and five Silver awards.
- The Globe and Mail receives five awards in total — four Silver, plus Gold in Innovation in Digital Storytelling for “The Void in Calgary” by Jeremy Agius.
- Toronto Star‘s “The Last Orca” is a Gold winner in Best Digital Editorial Package and Best Digital Design.
- The Local is a two-time Gold winner, in the prestigious General Excellence in Digital Publishing (Small Division) and for Best News Coverage (Community Publication) for “Vaccinating Toronto.”
- The Narwhal received both the silver and gold awards in Best Photo Storytelling for “‘We watch everything’: Dene Elders guide effort to save vanishing Arctic caribou” and “In photos: a view of RCMP arrests of media, Indigenous land defenders on Wet’suwet’en territory.”
- Eugénie Emond wins gold in Best Arts & Culture Storytelling for the second year in a row, this year for “Le salon de Plaquie.”
- Amber Bracken brings home gold this year in Best Photo Storytelling for “In photos: a view of RCMP arrests of media, Indigenous land defenders on Wet’suwet’en territory.” Last year, she and The Narwhal won a gold award in Best Digital Editorial Package.
The National Media Awards Foundation is extremely grateful for the support from the Government of Canada and The Reader’s Digest Foundation of Canada. Special thanks also to Natalie Vineberg for creating this year’s visuals, and to Vesselin Stroumsky for developing our online submissions and judging platforms.
On behalf of everyone who entered this year’s competition, and on behalf of the NMAF team, a sincere thank you to our dedicated roster of volunteer judges.