In three decades, the children’s bookstore Mabel’s Fables has donated over 13,000 books to Unison Health Services as part of the shop’s Book Angel Program.
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When the staff of Mill Street Books really love a book, they get behind it 100 per cent. Over the… Read More »
The Bookshelf in Guelph, Ontario, has found a fresh way to share its love and appreciation of the written word.
Veteran publishing sales rep Heather Read has founded her own agency, Read and Co, to service B.C., Alberta, and the Territories.
Perched on the edge of Vancouver’s West Point Grey neighbourhood sits White Dwarf Books, a favourite haunt of science fiction, fantasy, and mystery fans that is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.
Online antiquarian book dealer AbeBooks has reversed a decision to cut ties with sellers in four countries after vendors united in protest.
The retail chain attributed the sales decline to the closure of a “few low-performing” locations and renovations at 12 others as it continues to roll out its “cultural department store” strategy.
Vancouver distributor and wholesaler Raincoast Books is sponsoring the Love Your Bookstore challenge, which aims to promote indie booksellers across Canada and the U.S.
Toronto’s famously cool Type Books has opened its third location.