Canadian Magazine Industry News
25 June 2009,     NATIONAL
Special Report: Canada's Top 50 Magazines 2009
Chatelaine remains the country's largest magazine, based on Masthead's annual exclusive ranking of the country's Top 50 magazines by revenue.

The Rogers-owned women's service book had total revenues of $56.5 million in 2008, a 4.54% decline from the previous year. Canadian Living ($50.1 million), Reader's Digest ($39.2 million), Maclean's ($37 million) and Canadian House & Home ($23.5 million) once again rounded out the top five.

Click here to download the full Top 50 report (PDF), including breakdowns for each magazine's revenues and analysis.

Correction: The original report carried incorrect newsstand revenues for Weddingbells and Today's Bride. The errors also inflated the total newsstand and overall revenue figures. We have since adjusted the numbers, as well as the ranking positions, of both magazines. Masthead regrets the errors.
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