Forget the pop and chips—this summer, a vending machine at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport will be filled with delicious CanLit.
Canada’s first Independent Bookstore Day, which was held this year on April 28, marked the transformation and rebranding of the three-year-old Authors for Indies program into a series of events for more than 50 independent Canadian bookstores.
More than 50 retailers will be participating in the newly rebranded Canadian Independent Bookstore Day on April 28.
Despite being around for less than a year and already relocating once during its short existence, Vancouver’s Massy Books is quickly becoming a beacon for the literary community as well as a champion of Indigenous authors and diversity.
Almost five decades after founding the Bookshelf, Barb and Doug Minett are being awarded honorary degrees this June by the University of Guelph for “their tremendous contributions” to the publishing industry and their beloved city.
When Katharine Tutko graduated in 2015 with her bachelor of science degree from University of Toronto, she didn’t know what she wanted to do next.
Despite its fundraising efforts over the past year, Montreal’s Librairie Astro, one of the country’s largest comic retailers, will be shutting its doors at the end of June.
Staff at Bryan Prince Bookseller have announced that the Hamilton, Ontario store is slated to close on March 29, just weeks after its 29th anniversary.
Conrad Black is going stateside with his new book, Donald J. Trump: A President Like No Other, coming out in May with Regnery Publishing.
In the 30 years since downtown Winnipeg’s Forks Market and the Forks National Historical Site were established, the venue has expanded to include the Human Rights Museum and an outdoor concert venue that has hosted everything from the Pan Am Games to Interstellar Rodeo.