Canadian Publishing Industry News
18 November 2017,     TORONTO
Heritage Canada review of Magazines
Department of Canadian Heritage
Department of Canadian Heritage
The Department of Canadian Heritage continues its review of cultural programs such as the CPF, Magazines Canada is collecting key statistical data across the industry, on a random and aggregated basis, to inform policy-makers and shape the positions  on major issues.The Board of Magazines Canada has prioritized this research, and asks for  help to ensure the magazine industry is well represented through accurate and relevant data.

 
 
Central to the success of this project is better understanding the financial condition of the industry and its ability to sustain and grow itself amid change.
 Participation in this brief survey will provide invaluable insights into our evolving industry, and allow  government programs align best with the magazine sector's needs.
Stake holders are asked to complete this short questionnaire, in confidence, by Tuesday, November 28. All fully-completed responses will receive an exclusive summary report of aggregated data for benchmarking purposes. Inquiries can by directed to Matthew Holmes, CEO of Magazines Canada, at 416.504.0274 x223
To enter the survey, please click on this link, or copy it into your browser:
https://data.magazinescanada.ca/?l=en
 
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