Flexible hours, part-time, work from home, commission-based (25%). Application deadline June 12, 2020.
32 hours/week minimum, $1,500/month plus sales commission.
Flexible, 5-15 hours/week, $20/hour.
Because of low registration numbers, we have had to cancel this workshop. We hope to see you at our conference, Feb. 28-Mar. 2, 2019.
Join us in welcoming Ricepaper to the MagsBC community!
The Federal Court of Canada found that “York [University]’s Fair Dealing Guidelines are not fair in either their terms or their application.”
MagsBC reviewed all three major party platforms for the 2017 BC Provincial Election. We have curated information that we found particularly interesting and placed it here for your review.
Summary of a 2-part workshop on CASL with Derek Lackey, president, Direct Marketing Association of Canada.
Notes on some of the sessions attended, including infographics, narrative journalism, and the world report on trends in magazine publishing.
The Magazine Association of BC elected a new board member, Shashi Bhat, during their annual general meeting at the VSO School of Music on Thursday, June 23.
“As an editor, I love going into a piece of writing and helping to break it open.”
The Association of Book Publishers of BC recently held an information session June 22 at The Post at 750 to discuss the creation of a Vancouver Literary Arts Centre.
by Jane Hope, Vice-President, MagsBC Board and recipient of the Volunteer of the Year award for 2016. MagNet, Canada’s national magazine conference, is one of the hallmarks of the Canadian magazine calendar. Hosted by Magazines Canada, our national magazine association, this year marked a shift in leadership, with the new CEO Matthew Holmes at the […]
“If you want to know the future, pay attention to what youth are doing in their art, what they are trying to tell you or show you about the human condition and what is possible for humanity.”
“What I love most about producing this magazine are the CARS! I love driving cars, photographing cars, and talking cars. I never get bored. I’ve found my passion, and I’m really lucky that way.”
“I think the world of Canadian publishing is a wonderful experience. It may not be lucrative, but it is a community of fascinating people. The secret is to not let the economy worry you!”