Michael Ondaatje Digs up the Past
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Moving Forward: Canadian Publishing 2014
Hot off the Presses: Canadian Publishing 2014
Moving In Together: Canadian Publishing 2014
Enthrill Partners with Walmart: Canadian Publishing 2014
Diversity North: Canadian Publishing 2014
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Summer Camps Help Aboriginal Kids Find Fun in Reading
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Inhabit Media Tells the Stories of the Canadian North
Canadian Publishers Adapting to Lower Loon
Canadian Indies Report Encouraging 2013
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New Canadian University Press Grabs Spotlight
Groundwood Books: Celebrating 35 Years
Simon & Schuster Marks Canadian Launch
News from the North: October 2013
Polly Horvath and Groundwood Take Top Honors at Canadian Awards
Opportunity Knocks: Focus on Canada 2013
Children's Publishing in Fall 2013: Focus on Canada 2013
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TD Bank Makes Children’s Literacy a Priority: Focus on Canada 2013
'Love You Forever' Named Most Iconic Canadian Cover
Hanson Leads S&S Canada into Publishing
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Canadian Publisher Patsy Aldana to Launch International Imprint in China
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Canadian Celebrities Share Some 'Alligator Pie'
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What Went Wrong for Canada’s D&M Publishers
Banking on Kids: TD Bank Invests in Literacy
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Canadian Booksellers Association Prepares to Join RCC
Q & A with Deborah Ellis
E-books Share of Canadian Market Pegged at 16%
Adapting to Conditions: Canadian Publishing 2012
Seven Authors for Seven Novels in New Orca Series
Notes from the North: May
What’s Ahead for Canadian Indies?
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Big Bet for Good Cause
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Canadian Publishing 2011: Strategies for Success
Canadian Publishing 2011: BookRiff Set for Launch
Canadian Publishing 2011: The British Columbia Alternative
Canadian Publishing 2011: Challenges and Changes
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Picking the Hot And Cold Global Markets
Canada's First Teen Reads Awards Judged a Hit
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Kobo Touts Open Access, Hopes for e-Reader
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Indigo Wants Books to Be More Environmentally Friendly
Canadian Publishers Getting on Kindle Bandwagon
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Mixed Indigo Second Quarter
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