The winners of the 2017 Canadian Online Publishing Awards were announced on Nov. 14, 2017.

Selected by a distinguished panel of judges including Brenda Johnstone, owner and publisher of Convenience & Carwash Canada magazine, and Rogers Media Vice President Brandon Kirk, the COPAs “bring together all the media brands and companies that are producing content online, be it a media publisher, corporation or marketer,” its website reads, consolidating “both traditional and new media brands in one big competition.

For best photo journalism, the winners are:

Gold Level — Maclean’s

Silver Level — National Observer

For best Canada 150 feature, the winners are:

Gold level — HuffPost Quebec

Silver level — Maclean’s

For best blog or column, the winners are:

Gold level — Motherboard

Silver level — Policy Options

For best continuing coverage of a story, the winners are:

Gold level — VICE News

Silver level — National Observer

For best investigative article or series, the winners are:

Gold level — OpenCanada.org

Silver level — CTV News

For best interactive/infographic, the winners are:

Gold level — CTV News

Silver level — HuffPost Quebec

For best video content, the winners are:

Gold level — Indie88

Silver level — Global Reporting Centre

For best podcast, the winners are:

Gold level — CBC Radio

Silver level — Policy Options

For best sports news and features, the winners are:

Gold level — Winnipeg Free Press

Silver level — The Hockey News

For best news website, the winners are:

Gold level — 680 NEWS

Silver level — CTV News Calgary

For best community news website, the winners are:

Gold level — Apt613

For more winners, visit the COPA website.