CAA is Canada’s national writing association. If you are looking for the type of support only a large national association can give you combined with the friendliness of local branches then the CAA is for you. “Writers Helping Writers” is more than a motto, it expresses our commitment to beginning and established writers alike. http://www.canauthors.org
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CBA works for the current and future economic well-being of booksellers, by promoting their interests and meeting their needs.
Eight times a year members and subscribers receive their own trade magazine full of news, reviews, updates and analysis of the book industry for as little as $24.00 per/year. Regular CanadianBookseller columns include:
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– Afterwords, final thoughts from esteemed literary critic, George Fetherling.
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ABPBC is a provincial association comprising BC-owned book publishing companies, is the largest regional affiliate of the Association of Canadian Publishers (ACP). The Association works to support the long-term health and success of the Canadian-owned book publishing industry in British Columbia, to foster an environment in which our members will flourish and to expand an awareness of the value of books in people’s lives. http://www.books.bc.ca/
Contact information: By phone or fax at: Tel: (604) 684-0228 Fax: (604) 684-5788 or by mail or in person at Suite #107 – 100 West Pender Street,Vancouver, BC V6B 1R8
Browse through the list of BC publishers for addresses, submission guidelines and genres of publishing at their members page. http://www.books.bc.ca/members
The CPC as Canada’s main English language book publishing trade association was founded in 1910 and represents the interests of publishing companies that publish books and other media for elementary and secondary schools, colleges and universities, professional and reference markets, the retail and library sectors. Members employ more than 2800 Canadians and collectively account for nearly three-quarters of all domestic sales of English-language books. Members spend over $50 million with Canadian-based book manufacturers and pay more than $25 million in royalties to Canada’s writers. http://www.pubcouncil.ca/home.htm
AECB was established in 1972 as a non-profit organization with a mandate to help Canadian publishers develop foreign markets and promote export sales of their books. It is an industry association that assists Canadian publishers by providing financial assistance and market intelligence. The Association is not an exporter or distributor. http://www.aecb.org/Indexeng.html
TWUC was founded in 1973. The Writers’ Union of Canada is a national organization of professional writers of books for the general public. http://www.writersunion.ca/
FBCW is a non-profit organization of professional and emerging writers, writing in all genres from every region of the province. http://www.bcwriters.com
The Federation of BC Writers
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IPAC organization helps authors and small publishers get their books to print and in the hands of appreciative readers. We meet in Calgary on the last Saturday of each month, except June, July, August and September, at the Danish Canadian Club – 727 11th Ave S.W. – for breakfast, education, humour, and encouragement, from 8:30 a.m. – noon. We also have a Toronto chapter, which meets periodically. http://www.ipac-publishers.com/
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