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And the Nominees Are…

The National Media Awards Foundation (NMAF) is proud to present the nominees for the 7th annual Digital Publishing Awards. Our roster of 80 judges generously volunteered their time and expertise to evaluate hundreds of entries to help us recognize excellence in the content and creation of Canadian digital media. From the judges’ deliberations, more than 160 impressive finalists have emerged. Join us in congratulating all of this year’s nominees!

Top Nominees

Leading with an impressive 16 nominations is Radio-Canada, followed by The Globe and Mail with 14 nominations, and Toronto Star and The Local, both with nine nominations. Other top nominees include Le Devoir and The Tyee with seven nominations each, and The Walrus and Hakai Magazine with five nominations each.

Nomination Highlights


Credit Changes & Additions

To request any credit changes, corrections, or additions, please send details to info@digitalpublishingawards.ca with “DPA Credit Change” in the subject line. The deadline for credit changes and additions is May 16. 

About the Winners’ Celebration

We’ll be announcing the winners of the 2022 Digital Publishing Awards on Twitter on May 31 beginning at 11:00 a.m. EDT. The full list of winners will be posted on our website, as well as on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter on May 31 at 1:00 p.m. EDT.

As acceptance speeches are the highlight of any awards presentation, we encourage all winners to record and send an acceptance speech in real time and we will retweet your reaction — just be sure to tag us @DPAwards. All nominees are also welcome to email a short, pre-recorded acceptance speech prior to May 31, which will be posted on our website and social media feeds if you win.

While there will not be a formal virtual awards ceremony this year, we are looking forward to hosting an in-person event for the industry in September

Acknowledgements

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.