Broadview’s Awards

Broadview is honoured to have received awards from the Canadian Online Publishing Awards, Associated Church Press, Canadian Christian Communicators Association, and the Society of Publication Designers for our work in 2023.

ASSOCIATED CHURCH PRESS AWARDS

-Award of Excellence, Best in Class (National / International Magazine).

-Award of Excellence, Best Emerging Journalist: Charlotte Alden.

-Award of Excellence, Magazine/Journal Design, Entire Issue: December issue, by Carol Moskot.

-Award of Excellence, Illustration, With Article or Cutline: A Different Mary, by Mercedes Debellard.

-Award of Excellence, Single Photo with Article or Cutline: Val Waldron, Unsung Heroes, by Shlomi Amiga.

-Award of Excellence, Photo Spread or Essay (Printed Media): Hope in a War Zone, by Gregg Brekke. 

-Award of Excellence, Best Disapproving Letter to the Editor: Carnal Fantasy, by Irma.

-Award of Merit, Personal Experience: The Last Letters, by Carol Moskot. 

The Last Letters, by Carol Moskot (April/May 2023) received a first place Canadian Christian Communicators Association Award and an Associated Church Press Award of Merit.

-Award of Merit, Best Emerging Journalist: Mark Ramzy.

-Award of Merit, In-Depth Coverage (magazine or journal): Religion in Canada, by Andrew Faiz, Julie McGonegal, Sanam Islam, Alison Tedford Seaweed and Ashley Okwuosa.

-Honourable Mention, International Reporting (long format): Keeping Faith on Death Row, by David Wilson.

-Honourable Mention, Biographical Profile: Sun Dancer, Matriarch, Priest, by Emilie Teresa Smith.

-Honourable Mention, Letters to the Editor: A Reprieve, by David Wilson.

-Honourable Mention, Seasonal Article: A Different Maryby Anne Thériault.

-Honourable Mention, Audio – Podcast or Audio Series: And Also Some Women, by Junia Joplin and Anne Thériault.

“And Also Some Women” hosted by Junia Joplin and reporter Anne Thériault, won a Canadian Christian Communicators Association Award and received an Honourable Mention at the Associated Church Press Awards.

-Honourable Mention, Single Posting (social media): Dr. James Makokis Brings Traditional Cree Approaches to Transgender Medicine, by Christina Jung.

-Honourable Mention, James Solheim Award for Editorial Courage: Closed Doors, by Jocelyn Bell.

CANADIAN CHRISTIAN COMMUNICATORS ASSOCIATION AWARDS

-A.C. Forest Memorial Award (Circulation above 10,000): Keeping Faith on Death Row, by David Wilson.

-First place, From the Editor: Building Trust, by Jocelyn Bell. 

-First place, Feature: What’s in a Name? by Mary Baxter.

-First place, Media Review: The Resurgence of Mythology’s Forgotten Woman, by Rawan Youssef.

-First place, First Person Account: The Last Letters, by Carol Moskot.

-First place, Biographical Profile: Sun Dancer, Matriarch, Priest, by Emilie Theresa Smith 

-First place, Interview: Shining a New Light, by Anne Thériault. 

-First place, Photo: Val Waldron, Unsung Heroes, photographed by Shlomi Amiga. 

Shlomi Amiga won two CCCA awards and received a National Magazine Awards nomination for the photos that appeared in “Unsung Heroes” (Oct/Nov 2023).

-First place, Original Artwork: Religion in Canada, Illustration by Romain Lasser.

-First place, General Excellence — Website: Editors: Emma Prestwich, Christina Jung and Sherlyn Assam Designers: Strategic Content Labs and Pixel Studioz.

-First place, Marketing Campaign — Public Relations, Marketing or Fundraising Campaign: Best in Class, by Trisha Elliott.

-First place, Podcast: And Also Some Women, hosted by Junia Joplin and Anne Thériault.

-Second place, Photo Essay — Magazine: Unsung Heroes, photographed by Shlomi Amiga.

-Second place, Front Cover — Magazine — Circulation above 10,000: Religion in Canada (June 2023), art direction by Carol Moskot. 

-Second place, Feature Layout & Design — Magazine — Circulation above 10,000: A Different Mary, art direction by Carol Moskot. 

-Second place, E-Newsletter: Best of the Week, by Christina Jung and Sherlyn Assam.

-Second place, General Excellence — Magazine (January/February, April/May and June 2023 Issues).

Broadview’s June 2023 issue received a second place CCCA award for General Excellence. The front cover also received a second place award.

CANADIAN ONLINE PUBLISHING AWARDS

-Best Feel Good Story, Consumer:Domestic violence fundraiser invites brides to wreck their wedding dresses, by Vanessa Chiasson, Emma Prestwich, editor. 

-Gold Winner: Best Multicultural Story, Consumer:Why descendants of Black settlers in Ontario fought to keep a controversial road name, by Mary Baxter, Caley Moore, managing editor; Madeline Lines, fact checker. 

NATIONAL MAGAZINE AWARDS

-Gold winner: One-of-a-Kind Storytelling: Unquiet in the Landby Josiah Neufeld and Jonathan Dyck; Jocelyn Bell, handling editor, Carol Moskot, art director; Robert Liwanag, fact-checker

-Honourable Mention: Best Emerging Writer: After the Fire, by Charlotte Alden.

-Honourable Mention: Portrait Photography: Unsung Heroes, by Shlomi Amiga.

THE SOCIETY OF PUBLICATION DESIGNERS

-Print Merit Bronze Winner (Art Direction / Design):A Different Mary, illustration by Mercedes Deballard, art direction by Carol Moskot 

Broadview’s art director Carol Moskot won a bronze Merit Award from the Society of Publication Designers for her art direction and design of “A Different Mary” (December 2023).