Over the course of the pandemic, public libraries across the country have moved into uncharted territory to support their communities.
Changes to the pulp-and-paper industry – some due to the COVID-19 pandemic, others that have been germinating for years – are beginning to affect production costs for Canada’s independent presses.
A Saskatoon independent bookseller credits the ongoing pandemic’s shakeup of retail habits with turning his business around in 2020.
Virtual programming will be prioritized as Canada prepares for its guest of honour role at the Frankfurt Book Fair this October.
Three recent works of nonfiction serve as vital records of this historic time.
The Canada Book Fund’s new COVID-19 emergency relief fund may be nominally directed at distributors, but its purpose is to support the entire publishing supply chain.
The centrepiece of the programming will be four “literary mini-documentaries.”
The library is the hub of a school, vital to students’ academic and emotional growth, and a critical support to educators – especially during COVID-19.