In December, Penguin Random House Canada announced it was splitting the Knopf Random House Canada publishing group into two different imprints: Knopf Canada and Random House Canada. Each imprint operates independently.

Yesterday, Random House Canada publisher Sue Kuruvilla and Knopf Canada publisher Martha Kanya-Forstner announced a number of roles on their teams.

At Random House Canada, Kuruvilla announced that Craig Pyette and Pamela Murray will remain on the team, both in the role of senior editor. Deirdre Molina stays on as senior managing editor. Emma Lockhart continues in the contract role of administrative assistant until the end of April. Sarah Jackson has been promoted to associate editor and Lauren Park joins as editorial assistant. Evan Klein will work with the Random House Canada team as imprint sales director, reporting to Penguin Random House Canada’s group sales director Val Gow.

At Knopf Canada, Kanya-Forstner announced that Lynn Henry will stay in the role of publishing director. Amanda Betts is promoted to the newly created role of senior editor, and Rick Meier advances to another new position as publishing manager. Matthew Sibiga will remain Knopf Canada’s imprint sales director, reporting to Val Gow.

As previously announced, former Knopf Random House Canada publisher Anne Collins has taken on the new role of executive editor and v-p, Random House Canada. Louise Dennys, the founder of the Knopf Canada imprint, continues in her role as executive v-p and executive publisher across Penguin Random House Canada.