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    There’s still time to join us for an inspiring evening of magazines success stories on November 2, 2017 in Toronto!

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    On November 2, we are hosting an inspiring evening of magazine success stories. Won’t you join us in Toronto?

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    Canzine: Festival of Zines and Underground Culture is coming up October 21 in Toronto, October 28 in Winnipeg, November 4 in Calgary, and November 5 in Vancouver. Canzine is organized by Magazines Canada member Broken Pencil, and Magazines Canada is a proud sponsor of this year’s event!

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    The Magazine Association of BC’s annual professional development conference Magazines West returns October 26–27 in Vancouver. Registration is now open, with early bird rates until October 12!

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    If the editorial and demographics of an event are the same as your magazine, the cost to participate is reasonable, the marketing is effective, then there’s strong potential to generate…

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    The Canadian business media community has arrived at a crossroads it would have had a difficult time picturing just a few years ago. Ownership and operations have changed, and business media…

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    Our 2017 Hotsheet series is officially rolling out! This week’s Hotsheet, 4 Easy Ways Analytics Can Help Editors by Carley Fortune, discusses why analytics matter, how they can help and how you can use analytics to your advantage to make them a better editor. This is just one of the many exciting Hotsheets we have coming your way.

    Magazine Events in March
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    It’s a busy month ahead for professional development, and we’re headed out on the road to catch all of the action! Follow along with us if you can’t make it in person to these great magazine media events.

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    Registration is now open for the 2017 Alberta Magazines Conference, happening March 16–17 at the Hyatt Regency in Calgary! The early bird deadline for registrations is Thursday, February 23, 2017.

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    Holding client events through agencies can be more of a headache than if you worked with the brands themselves. Anicka Quin of Western Living and Vancouver, interviews BCBusiness‘s editor-in-chief Matt…

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