As part of the Maggies, the annual awards of the Manitoba Magazine Publishers Association,readers are again being asked to cast their votes online in the selection of the People's Choice award for all magazine of the year entrants. Voting closes September 12. Voters are eligible win a subscription to the Manitoba magazine of their choice. Twenty-one magazines have made 86 individual entries in 16 categories in the Maggies.
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- Punch in Canada
- National Magazine Awards Foundation blog
- Quillblog (Quill & Quire)
- Impresa Communications Limited
- Inkless Wells (Maclean's)
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- Ryerson Magazine Publishing Certificate
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- Abacus Circulation Inc.
- IPOsgoode (intellectual property site)
- National Magazine Awards
- Canadian Writers Group (agency)
- Professional Writers Association of Canada
- Story Board (online community)
- Canadian Society of Magazine Editors
- Magazines Canada
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- Canadian Journalism Project (J-source)
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