Canadian Magazine Industry News
19 April 2013, TORONTO
Briefs & Bookmarks: This, RRJ on Sharp, Get Out There
The Ryerson Review of Journalism's story on Sharp mag, and its aspirations to be the Canadian GQ/Esquire, is now online.
Projets verts - La vitrine de l'architecture durable au Québec, a site highlighting green architecture concepts and projects from the Quebec Association of Architects, was launched by TC Media's Constructo Group. The site is a complement to Voir vert magazine, its Bâtiment annual about buildings, and voirvert.ca.
Yul Baritugo quit last month as editor of Living Today, a Vancouver-based Filipino Canadian magazine. He said publisher Reyfort Fortaleza's Coservative Party membership meant the mag, which recently ran a lengthy interview with Prime Minister Stephen Harper conducted by Fortaleza himself, could be too easily tainted by bias.
Canopy, a conservation group that advocates sustainable paper and publishing, withdrew from The Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement, citing the pact's lack of meaningful results. Greenpeace Canada pulled out last year.
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