Canadian Magazine Industry News
21 December 2010,     WINNIPEG
Year end Q&A: Canada's History
This year was a big one for Canada’s History. It started the year as The Beaver and changed its name, garnering media attention from Stephen Colbert to The New York Times along the way. Canada’s History publisher Deborah Morrison tells Masthead what was most exciting in the industry this year and her mantra for success in 2011.


Masthead: What has been the most exciting moment for Canadian magazines in 2010?

Deborah Morrison:
The advent of the iPad... Finally! A digital platform tailor-made for magazines and one that has a reasonable probability of generating revenues!

MH: What is your mantra for success in 2011?

DM: Be true to who you are - like many Canadian magazines, we've got the trifecta... great content, a loyal audience, and a respected brand.  Be confident and build from there.

Masthead wants your thoughts on Canadian magazines in 2010, tweet your answers to our year end questions @Mastheadmag or e-mail them to

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