Winners of the tenth annual Canadian Online Publishing Awards were announced on Nov. 14 in Toronto.
HuffPost Canada took home five awards, including two gold for best continuing coverage of a news story and consumer lifestyle article or series. Six-month-old investigative site The Narwhal won four, including silver for best publication and gold and silver for their photo essays in The Canadian Mining Boom You’ve Never Seen Before and This is Giant Mine.
The awards recognize excellence in media, business, consumer and academic publishing.
Congrats to @jwints and @eternitymartis for winning gold at the #COPAwards 2018! Huge congrats to all winners for tonight! @Mastheadmag @klaidlaw @MarleyAllenAsh @SFitzpatrick_TO @SLockey1 pic.twitter.com/xTlJfwFpXB
— The Local Magazine (@TheLocal_TO) November 15, 2018
— Colleen Schmidt (@CTVSchmidtC) November 15, 2018
In the category of Academic Best Video content the gold award goes to The Signal and the silver to RyersonianTV #COPAwards
— Masthead (@Mastheadmag) November 15, 2018
For the second year in a row, @apt613 wins 🏆 for Best Community News Website — the sign of #Ottawa's thriving arts and culture scene, and recognition of the volunteers who make this city awesome #COPAwards pic.twitter.com/XKmAtIG2NX
— Apartment613 (@apt613) November 15, 2018
— Open Canada (@OpenCanada) November 15, 2018
— Deirdre Kelly (@Deirdre_Kelly) November 15, 2018
For more information, visit the COPA website.