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02 December 2014
The two titles already shared some content and advertisers, says publisher. The magazine will add new stringers in Yukon and Nunavut.
16 November 2014
Canada’s feminist magazine for teen girls and trans youth marks a milestone.Read more
08 November 2014
Kay is leaving the National Post, where he is currently the managing editor for comment.Read more
10 November 2014
Up Here was named magazine of the year at the Western Magazine Awards, as well as the regional award for best magazine in Alberta and the Northwest Territories.
10 November 2014
Maclean’s won the Online News Association award for online commentary, while the Calgary Herald won in the breaking news category.
03 November 2014
Gierasimczuk, currently vice-president of editorial and business development at Canada Wide Media, will start his new role on Oct. 1.
10 November 2014
A recent cover story in Canada’s History showcases 17 first-hand accounts of “what it’s like” to be in that moment.
03 November 2014
TC Media said editor-in-chief Jennifer Reynolds and art director Stephanie White have left Canadian Living but declined to comment on the circumstances of their departures.
10 November 2014
Mathisen takes over the role from Chris Windeyer, who left the magazine to pursue a freelancing career.Read more

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