Canadian Magazine Industry News
10 June 2014,     TORONTO
The future is digital for Canadian Family
Canadian Family
magazine will suspend its print edition following the distribution of the summer issue.

According to St. Joseph Communications, Media Group, although readership has grown substantially in the past five years the publication was unable to sustain print advertising support.

On the other hand continues to see a growth in its digital audience, supported by advertisers who are interested in reaching mothers on the lookout for recipes, product reviews, tips on health and wellness and family activities.

Regular readers will be pleased to know staples such as the Canadian Family Food Awards and Canadian Family Teacher Awards will continue on the website. The Family Tested Panel composed of over 20,000 parents providing feedback on their favourite services and products will also remain part of the digital publication.
— Leslie Emmons
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