Indigo Books & Music is reporting a decrease in sales for its first 2018 fiscal quarter, dropping to $205.4 million, down $1 million from the first quarter of 2017.
Changes in Canadian book sales over the first half of 2018 shows a continuing trend towards online purchases and audio formats.
The Chapters bookstore in downtown Victoria is closing at the end of the summer.
A group of independent Canadian bookstore owners have banded together to resurrect the defunct CBA.
Twenty-five delegates met with publishers in Munich and Berlin as part of a trade mission planned, in part, to build relationships between German and Canadian publishers in advance of the 2020 Frankfurt Book Fair.
The number of consumers who’ve read a portion of a book before purchase continues to rise, according to a new study by BookNet Canada.
King W. Books, a new bookstore focused on art, design, and local titles, will open in Hamilton, Ontario this September.
A revised edition of Shannon Webb-Campbell’s poetry collection Who Took My Sister will be released in the coming months, Book*hug has announced.
Publisher Alex Wall is set to open Crowsnest Books, a new publishing house, on July 1.
Twelve Canadian publishers will participate in the inaugural New York Rights Fair this week, housed under the banner Canada Stand.