MONTECRISTO (magazine)

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MONTECRISTO Winter 2015 Cover
Editor Jim Tobler
Categories Lifestyle/Culture
Frequency 4 issues per year
Circulation 30,000
First issue December 2008
Company MONTECRISTO Magazine Limited
Country Canada
Based in Vancouver, BC
Language Canadian English
Website Montecristo

MONTECRISTO is a regional lifestyle magazine in Vancouver, BC, Canada. It was launched in December 2008 by Canadian entrepreneur Pasquale Cusano, who is also the founder and publisher of NUVO.

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MONTECRISTO is Vancouver's internationally inspired lifestyle quarterly. Stories cover a broad range of interests including food and wine, culture, travel, automobiles, business, design, architecture, beauty, fashion and the arts, with a particular emphasis on the artisanal approach to life.[1] The current issue, Spring 2017, features actress Carrie-Anne Moss. Past issues have included stories on architect Kengo Kuma, designer and actor Waris Ahluwalia, filmmaker Deepa Mehta, singer-songwriter Buffy Saint-Marie, director Oliver Stone, tennis star Filip Peliwo, author and artist Douglas Coupland, Kentucky Derby-winning thoroughbred horse racing jockey Mario Gutierrez, Coast Salish artist Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun, designer Jason Wu, modern-day explorer Mike Horn, and Chan Hon Goh, former principal dancer at the National Ballet of Canada and now director of Goh Ballet Academy, among others. is a digital extension of the printed magazine, featuring new web-exclusive content daily and an archive of over nine years of print stories.


MONTECRISTO distributes 30,000 copies per quarter to the metro Vancouver area and is audited by the Canadian Circulation Audit Bureau (CCAB). The magazine is printed by MET Fine Printers located in Vancouver, British Columbia using 100% post-consumer paper and was recognized with a silver medal at the 2010 Environmental Printing Awards for the most environmentally progressive print project in Canada.


MONTECRISTO Magazine received the 2014 Award for Best Online Magazine,,[2] from the Western Magazine Awards Foundation. was also nominated for the Eddie Digital Award at the 2015 and 2014 Folio Awards. MONTECRISTO was also recognized with a silver medal at the 2010 Environmental Printing Awards for the most environmentally progressive print project in Canada and nominated for a National Magazine Award for best Still-Life Photography for “Homestretch” from the Summer 2011 issue.


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