Canadian Magazine Industry News
21 June 2013,     TORONTO
Briefs & Bookmarks: Maclean's, Jamie Oliver, Canopy
The latest Maclean's features a 10,000-word follow-up on the 2012 Elliot Lake shopping mall collapse. The online layout follows in the footsteps of Rogers sibling Canadian Business with parallax design, widescreen pics and multimedia.

Celeb chef Jamie Oliver's UK-based magazine had a partnership cooking with software company Idoodle for licensed distribution in North America. Folio reports the partnership fizzled and North American subscribers will receive the UK print and digital editions of Jamie until a new licensee is found.

A new report from non-profit Canopy profiles North America's greenest printers, including TC Transcontinental, Hemlock, Sandy Alexander and EarthColor. For more information visit our sister site, and hit Canopy to download a PDF of the report.

has a line of notebooks called the Throwback Collection, featuring vintage Chatelaine covers, now available at Indigo outlets. The product launch is part of Chatelaine's 85th anniversary push, which you can read more about in our interview with publisher Tara Tucker.

Miranda Holmes of the Watershed Sentinel asks how Heritage Canada decides which publications to support with its Canada Magazine Fund. Read "Who decides what Canadians need?" at Media Co-op.

A new Magazines Canada-commissioned white paper called "Plotting a Course Across Canada's Business Media Landscape" is now available for download. The paper was inspired by the Business Media Leadership Summit in February and was written by John Milne and D.B. Scott.

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