Author Deborah Campbell Wins Freedom to Read Award

>>From the Writer’s Union of Canada For immediate release Author Deborah Campbell Wins Freedom to Read Award – author of A Disappearance in Damascus honoured by The Writers’ Union of Canada – Toronto – February 27, 2017 – The Writers’ Union of Canada (TWUC) is proud to announce that Deborah Campbell, journalist and author, is … Read more

Freedom to Read Week in Canada begins on Sunday, February 26

‌Contact for interview opportunities: Hazel Millar: hazel@bookthug.ca | 416-994-1891 Contact for information about Freedom to Read Week: info@freedomtoread.ca | 416-975-9366   MEDIA ADVISORY: Freedom to Read Week in Canada begins on Sunday, February 26 February 22, 2017 Dear Editors and Producers, From February 26 to March 4, 2017, Canadians will mark the 33rd annual Freedom … Read more

Editors’ Association of Canada Announces Latest Update and Reprint of the Editing Canadian English, 3rd edition

>>From Editors’ Association of Canada Toronto, February 10, 2017—The Editors’ Association of Canada (Editors Canada) is pleased to announce the latest update and reprint of the Editing Canadian English, 3rd edition, the essential reference for Canadian editors and writers. The third edition was first published in June 2015. With this reprint, Editing Canadian English, 3rd … Read more

Fill out BookNet Canada’s State of Digital Publishing Survey

>>from BookNet Canada BookNet Canada is collecting data on the size and scope of the digital publishing market in Canada for the fourth edition of our industry report.   This survey is being circulated to Canadian publishers, asking about details like numbers of ebook titles in circulation, percentage of ebook titles by genre, and digital … Read more

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