Hazlitt and Maclean's each took home four awards at this year's NMAs

French-language culture magazine Nouveau Projet won the Magazine Grand Prix at the 2019 National Magazine Awards, which were presented at a gala in Toronto on May 31.

“Consistently ambitious, Nouveau Projet brings a fresh look and stimulating content to its examination of francophone society,” says the NMA website. “Their team has crafted a great system that allows for clarity and variety, and they masterfully orchestrate all the things that make magazines a pleasure to read.”

Maclean’s won four prizes, including Best Editorial Package and the Cover Grand Prix. Alison Uncles was presented with the Editor Grand Prix award.

Anthony Oliviera won two gold awards for his Hazlitt piece, “Death in the Village.” The magazine won an additional two prizes, gold for Personal Journalism and silver for Essays.

Another gold prize for Long-Form Feature was presented to Brent Popplewell for his Walrus piece on changes at the Toronto Star.

Up Here Magazine won gold in the Best Magazine: Special Interest category.

And the NMA gala host, Omar Mouallem, won gold for Feature Writing for his Title Magazine story It’s the end of the world as we know it.

For a complete list of winners and nominees, visit the NMA’s website.