Canadian Magazine Industry News
20 December 2012,    
People in Publishing: TC Media, Le Huffington Post Quebec, The Grid, Metroland and more
Lynn Chambers
Lynn Chambers
TC Media appointed Lynn Chambers as Totem Brand Stories' vice president, custom content, and general manager. She moves from other TC Media properties Canadian Living, Fresh Juice and Elle Canada, where she was vice president and group publisher. Caroline Andrews, with TC Media since 1997, was appointed vice president and group publisher, consumer solutions, Toronto and Vancouver.

Paul Gallant is stepping down as Yonge Street's managing editor. Sheena Lyonnais, a Toronto-based writer who has focused on education, technology, sustainability and gender issues, is set to replace him.

AOL Canada
and Le Huffington Post Quebec announced four new team members. Jean-Sébastien Tremblay is now senior account executive; he moves from Evolve Media Canada where he was director of sales and French publishers business development. Sabrina Antenucci, previously with Gorilla Nation, is now account manager. Christian Duperron has been appointed news editor; he comes over from Metro Montreal where he was interactive director, managing editor and editor-in-chief. Also, Khatir Soltani joins as AOL Canada senior director, publisher services.

Dan Rubinstein
Dan Rubinstein
Dan Rubinstein left his managing editor/acting editor post at Canadian Geographic. Masthead has more on Rubinstein's decision here.

Craig Ritchie is no longer editorial director at Metroland, where he oversaw the company's auto and marine publications.

Toronto's The Grid promoted Carrie Gillis from director of sales to associate publisher, while associate editor Carley Fortune's role was expanded with a promotion to special projects editor.

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