The Globe and Mail's Report on Business Magazine tied for top honours at the National Magazine Awards, winning four gold medals and two silvers.
ROB magazine matched The Walrus and Today's Parent with the most gold medals awarded during the ceremony in Toronto on Friday.
In the best magazine cover category, art director Domenic Macri won gold for a cover featuring Hunter Harrison, the chief executive of Canadian Pacific Railway.
This was Mr. Macri's fourth gold, the most in the history of this category.
Stephanie Nolen won gold in the business writing category for a story on the downfall of Barrick Gold Corp.'s Pascua-Lama mine in Chile.
Eric Reguly took top honours for a selection of columns.
A team of Steve Brearton, Judith Pereira and Mr. Macri won gold for infographics.
Silver medals went to Jake MacDonald, in political writing, for a story on the Canadian Wheat Board.
Troy Moth won in the portrait photography category for a picture of Tobias Lutke, CEO of Shopify Inc.
"These awards are a credit to ROB magazine editor Gary Salewicz and his staff," Report on Business editor Paul Waldie said.
"They are also yet another reflection of The Globe and Mail's strength in business coverage in print and online."