Broadview’s Awards

Broadview is honoured to have been awarded Best Magazine: Special Interest for the second year in a row at the National Magazine Awards (NMAs). We also received several honourable mentions from the NMAs as well as  awards from the Associated Church Press and the Canadian Christian Communicators Association.

Cornelia Li’s illustration for Miranda Newman’s piece “Kids in Crisis” has won two first-place awards from the Associated Church Press and the Canadian Christian Communicators Association and received an honourable mention in the National Magazine Awards.

 

NATIONAL MAGAZINE AWARD WINS:

Gold Winner, Best Magazine: Special Interest: Broadview

-Honourable Mention, Publisher Grand Prix: Jocelyn Bell, with consultant Sharon McAuley

-Honourable Mention, Feature Writing: ‘I Didn’t Get to Make a Choice,’ by Meagan Gillmore

-Honourable Mention, Feature Writing: Kids in Crisis, by Miranda Newman

-Honourable Mention, Profile: Death of a Rising Star, by Ashley Okwuosa

-Honourable Mention, Illustration: Kids in Crisis, By Cornelia Li

ASSOCIATED CHURCH PRESS AWARDS

-Award of Excellence, Local reporting – Long Format: Monument to a Mission, by Gillian Steward

-Award of Excellence, Science writing for the world of faith, long format: Climate Hope, by Alanna Mitchell

-Award of Excellence, Critical Review: An Impossible Love, by Josiah Neufeld

-Award of Excellence, Letters to the editor: Letters in response to Black Jesus, by David Wilson

-Award of Excellence, Poetry: When the Whispers Began, by Vivian Ketchum

-Award of Excellence, Theological Reflection – Long Format: Black Jesus Matters, by J. Nailah Avery, Joyline Maenzanise, Alydia Smith

-Award of Merit, Local reporting – Long Format: Fentanyl Funerals, by Pieta Woolley

-Award of Merit, Interview – Short Format: ‘We Can’t Just Look Inwards’ – Lynn Watson, by Sherwood Hines

-Award of Merit, Theological Reflection – Short Format: Poetry Amid the Plague, by Anthony Oliveira

-Award of Merit, Devotional/Inspirational – Long Format: Friends in Holy Places, by Anne Thériault, Andrew Faiz, francesca ekwuyasi, Justina Hausmann Kopp

-Award of Merit, Illustration, with Article or Cutline: Kids in Crisis, by Cornelia Li

-Award of Merit, Publication Website: Broadview.org, by Strategic Content Labs, Emma Prestwich, Brian Vinh Tien Trinh, Chloe Tejada and Kristy Woudstra

-Award of Merit, Best Emerging Journalist: KC Hoard, Broadview

-Honourable Mention, National reporting – Long Format: ‘I Didn’t Get to Make a Choice,’ by Meagan Gillmore

-Honourable Mention, Biographical Profile: Death of a Rising Star, by Ashley Okwuosa

-Honourable Mention, Magazine/Journal Design, Entire Issue: December, by Carol Moskot

-Honourable Mention, Best in Class National/International Magazine: January/February, April/May, December, by Jocelyn Bell

 

CANADIAN CHRISTIAN COMMUNICATORS ASSOCIATION AWARDS

-A.C. Forrest Memorial Award: Fentanyl Funerals, by Pieta Woolley

-First Place, General Excellence in Print – Magazine: Jan/Feb, April/May, December

-First Place, General Excellence in Website: https://broadview.org

-First Place, E-Newsletter: Amanda Gorman, hope and accountability, by Emma Prestwich; Where were these courses when we were kids? by Brian Vinh Tien Trinh; The dilemma of using Facebook, by Emma Prestwich

-First Place: Media Review: An Impossible Love, by Josiah Neufeld

-First Place, Biographical Profile: Death of a Rising Star, by Ashley Okwuosa

-First Place, Best Headline: Black Jesus Matters: Images of Christ are both personal and political. Three writers reflect on the meaning of a saviour whose skin matches their own.

-First Place, Best Photo: Proud Priest, by Thomas Fricke

-First Place, Original Artwork: Kids in Crisis, by Cornelia Li

-First Place, Front Cover/Page (Magazine, circulation above 10,000): Stockings and Steamed Dumplings, designed by Carol Moskot

-First Place, Feature Layout & Design (Magazine: circulation above 10,000): Bullying Breakthrough, designed by Carol Moskot

-Second Place, Feature Series: Stockings and Steamed Dumplings, by Shohana Sharmin, Stephanie Bai, Mike Sholars, Andrew Faiz, Brian Trinh, Sabra Ismath, Carine Abouseif and Hannah Kim-Cragg

-Second Place, Opinion Piece: Listen to the Uyghurs, by Christopher White

-Second Place, Interview: Wild and Sacred, by Josiah Neufeld

-Second Place, Photo Essay (Magazine): Uncertain Harvest, by Paul Bettings