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The Walrus has a leading 34 nominations heading into this year's National Magazine Awards, which are celebrating their 35th anniversary. A team of 228 judges considered nearly 2,000 submissions across 45 categories before narrowing down the pack to
EDT Charles Oberdorf, one of Canada's best-known journalists, died Friday in Toronto at the age of 70, from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. For the past 18 years, Oberdorf was a faculty member in the magazine publishing program at the Chang
The Walrus has received a leading 35 nominations heading into this year's National Magazine Awards. It's followed by Report on Business with 31, Toronto Life with 30 and L'actualite with 22. Continued Below Competing for magazine of the year are:
The foundation that runs Canada's annual national magazine awards says a computer malfunction resulted in the inadvertent release of what it calls an unverified, unchecked and very much incomplete list of most of this year's award nominees. The
A magazine that focuses on Northern Canada has taken top honours at the National Magazine Awards. "Up Here," a Yelloknife publication in print for the past 25 years, won the Magazine of the Year award with judges saying it had "real personality" and
The Walrus, Maclean's and Toronto Life top the list with the most nominations this year for National Magazine Awards, organizers announced late Tuesday. The Walrus has a total of 33, Maclean’s has 27 and Toronto Life has 26, but none are nominated
From Wednesday's Globe and Mail April 21, 2009 at 6:30 PM EDT The Walrus and L'actualité have tied for the most nominations in the 2008-2009 National Magazine Awards, announced yesterday in Montreal by Canada's National Magazine Awards Foundation.