MoneySense has been named print Magazine of the Year at the 34th annual National Magazine Awards.
Awards were handed out in 43 categories to nominees representing 88 Canadian magazines in a gala in Toronto on Friday night.
Macleans.ca, the online hub of Maclean's magazine, was named digital Magazine of the Year.
In terms of numbers, The Walrus led all other contenders with nine awards, including six golds.
Report on Business also won nine awards, including three golds, while Swerve won six awards including four golds, and Maisonneuve took home three golds.
The top award for Magazine Covers went to The Feathertale Review. And D.B. Scott received the Foundation Award for Outstanding Achievement.
Matthieu Aikins won the award for Best New Creative Talent for his article "Last Stand in Kandahar" in The Walrus.
Other winners included:
- Column: Frances Bula for "Urban Fix" in Vancouver Magazine.
- Essays: J.B. McKinnon for "The 10 Percent World" in Walrus.
- Fiction: Jeff Stautz for "Asymptote" in Event.
- Personal Journalism: Jeff Warren for "Tourists of Consciousness" in Maisonneuve.
- Science, Technology, Environment: Noémi Mercier for "Cellules souches: Le mirage chinois" in Québec science.
- Portrait Photography: Louie Palu for "Nickelled and Damned" in Report on Business.
- Still-Life Photography: Kourosh Keshiri for "This Little Piggy Went To Market" in Maisonneuve.