Canadian Publishers Endorse Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action

>>From the ACP Canadian publishers endorse Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action    TORONTO, ONTARIO—(February 8, 2017)—On February 3, members of the Association of Canadian Publishers (ACP) voted unanimously to endorse the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s ninety-four Calls to Action. First presented in December 2015, the Calls to Action are intended to redress the … Read more

Announcing Freedom to Read Week 2017: February 26 to March 4

For more information: Media inquiries, Hazel Millar: [email protected] | 416-994-1891 All other inquiries: [email protected] | 416-975-9366 ANNOUNCING FREEDOM TO READ WEEK 2017: FEBRUARY 26–MARCH 4 Events across Canada celebrate freedom of expression, challenge censorship     “Freedom of expression is a fundamental right in any democracy because we are our stories. Without our stories we … Read more

Canadian Education Research Council (CERC) to merge with Canadian Publishers’ Council (CPC)

>>From the Canadian Publishers’ Council and Canadian Education Research Council February 1, 2017 – TORONTO, ONTARIO Today CERC announced the completion of its merger with CPC, combining Canada’s largest K-12 publishers with their counterparts in Higher Education to create a powerful voice for Canada’s Educational Publishing sector across K-20, at a critical time for the … Read more

Writers’ Trust Reveals Future Residents of Berton House

  >>From Writers’ Trust of Canada Notable authors travelling to Canada’s North to live and write in the Yukon January 23, 2017 – Toronto – The Writers’ Trust of Canada is announcing the 2017–18 roster of writers to attend the Berton House Writers’ Retreat, Canada’s most sought-after residency program for authors. Each writer will travel … Read more