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• Sixty-four per cent of employees at small publishing companies were eligible for paid sick days in 2001. Incorrect information appeared in the benefits chart, as part of our publishing ...

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Ottawa author Frances Itani has sold world English rights to her first novel Deafening to U.S. publisher Grove Atlantic, not world rights, as reported in Inside Report (Oct. 8).

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Ontario Book Publishing Tax Credit application forms should be submitted to the OMDC, not to the Ministry of Finance, as reported in Inside Report (Oct. 1).

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Steve Cameron is writing a book on the case of the missing Vancouver women for Knopf Canada, not Macfarlane Walter & Ross, as was stated in “The new M&S,” Sept., p. 20.

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The dedication of Matt Cohen Park and the launch of Uncommon Ground: A Celebration of Matt Cohen will take place this Thursday, May 23, not Wednesday as reported in Inside Report.

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The English translator of Gil Courtemanche’s forthcoming novel Sunday at the Pool in Kigali is Patricia Claxton, not Clarkson as reported in the October issue (“Lost in translation?”).

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The Book Publishers’ Professional Association’s cabaret event, “Don’t Touche That Deloitte, You Don’t Know Where It’s Been,” will not feature an open bar. Incorrect information was supplied by ...

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In last month’s distribution survey, incorrect information from Westminster Books pertaining to orders placed with Raincoast Books and Random House of Canada led to Raincoast’s average ...

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