Canadian Magazine Industry News
15 December 2015,     TORONTO
CAA Magazine and Totem celebrate 10 years
 The Winter 2015 issue of CAA magazine
CAA Magazine
is celebrating its decade long partnership with its agency Totem, with a special Hong Kong travel feature.

“Marking the 40th issue of the magazine with a cover story on Hong Kong is a great way to acknowledge our long time partnership with CAA,” Paul Ferriss, editor of CAA Magazine and Totem’s content director, said. “It illustrates our commitment to bring stories of far-flung travel destinations to our readers while showcasing all that CAA has to offer. As we continue our work on the magazine, we’re fortunate to be able to call on highly-skilled writers and photographers to capture not only great travel pieces but a wealth of engaging automotive stories.”
According to CAA Magazine, the publication reaches over 1.6 million Canadian households and nearly three million readers total, through both digital and print.

Under Totem’s direction, CAA Magazine has sent writers and photographers to cover various locations around the world, explored the appeal of vehicles like Ford and Mazda and showcased Canadian personalities like Chris Hadfield and Arlene Dickinson.

Totem is part of the Transcontinental family and publishes CAA Magazine for CAA South-Central Ontario, CAA Atlantic, CAA Niagara and CAA North & East Ontario— not to be confused with St. Joseph Media, publishers of AMA Insider, CAA Saskatchewan Magazine and CAA Manitoba Magazine.
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