Notes on the Launch of our New Website

Jan 11, 2024

Magazines Canada is proud to unveil our new website. We are considering this a soft-launch of Version 1.0, but we are extremely excited to finally be able to deliver our content and resources to members in a more consistent manner. Please keep reading to learn about the future road map of website updates and how to access member-specific materials.

Version 1.0 of our new website allows for fast page loads, consistent website uptime, and access to all of our recent resources and professional development materials—including Hotsheets and Webinars. We are still underway working with Pelcro on the development of our new CRM platform; while we complete this important (and very exciting) work, members will need to use a temporary login on to access Hotsheets and Webinars.

If you have not received your login, please fill out this form and an account will be created if you are a member in good-standing. For any issues with your login after it has been created, please contact

We can’t wait to share future updates and developments to In the meantime, we’d love to hear your feedback. How do you like the navigation? Can you find what you’re looking for? Is there anything we missed? Don’t hesitate to reach out to

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