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    As Canada’s leading magazine association, we were pleased to work with the Department of Canadian Heritage to ensure Canadian magazine publishers are informed about updates to this important source of financial support.

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    Finding and fostering new talent can be a challenge. In this episode of AudioMag, we talk with Sharon McAuley about Magazines Canada’s new National Paid Internship Program for Canadian magazines.

    Ep 151: Sharon McAuley
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    Finding and fostering new talent can be a challenge. Sharon McAuley discusses Magazine Canada’s National Paid Internship Program and the pilot initiative in 2018. Music: TimeTrain by PC III

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    On March 19, Finance Minister Bill Morneau delivered the federal government’s 2019 budget. The Canada Periodical Fund’s annual budget of $75 million remains intact.

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    A solid mix of revenue sources is essential for magazines these days. We talk with This Magazine publisher Lisa Whittington-Hill about her best practices for different approaches to funding.

    Ep 145: Lisa Whittington-Hill
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    A solid mix of revenue sources is essential for magazines these days. This Magazine publisher Lisa Whittington-Hill shares her best practices for different approaches to funding. Music: TimeTrain by PC III

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    Canadian magazine media gathered November 27, 2018 for a “Magazines on the Hill” reception in Ottawa organized by Magazines Canada and hosted by Julie Dabrusin, MP for Toronto—Danforth and Chair of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage.

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    The 2018–19 applicant’s guide for the Aid to Publishers component of the CPF is online now. The deadline to submit an application is Friday, December 8, 2017.

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    The 2018–19 applicant’s guide for the Aid to Publishers component of the CPF is online now. The deadline to submit an application is Friday, December 8, 2017.

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    Staff from the Ontario Arts Council will be visiting communities throughout Ontario in November and December for a series of presentations and Q&As. These sessions start this week! Meet with OAC staff and have your questions answered about funding for Ontario’s arts sector.