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Tag Archive for ‘Magazines’
MONTREAL, Jan. 26, 2012 /CNW Telbec/ – CANMARC Real Estate Investment Trust (“CANMARC”) (TSX: CMQ.UN) announced today that in light of the entering into of the previously announced support agreement among CANMARC and Cominar Real Estate Investment Trust, CANMARC will suspend, effective immediately, the operation of its distribution reinvestment plan (the “DRIP”). As a result, the previously declared distribution of $0.07917 per unit of CANMARC for the month of January […]
By Chris Temelkos The Walrus is a unique Canadian magazine that delivers readers with an eclectic mix of well-written pieces. The vast Canadian content suits the Canadian reader’s curiosity regarding issues and interest pieces pertaining to Canada and the Canadian perspective. The May 2010 issue of The Walrus offers a variety of interesting pieces, a couple that stood out to me, including a piece detailing Canadian rapper, Drake’s rise to […]
By Chris Temelkos As an avid magazine reader, I was impressed with what Vanity Fair had to offer. Topics ranging from the beautiful Grace Kelly cover story to the pages revealing a handful of Tiger Woods’ mistresses. Vanity Fair has a stunning layout and breathtaking photography to capture the eyes of the reader. Whether you are interested in the economy or the latest fashion trends, Vanity Fair has something for […]
By Rachel Muenz There’s been a lot of talks lately about how many Canadian TV shows have been picked up by U.S. networks this fall. But while U.S. TV has the most Canadian content, Canadians are having a decent impact on other areas of U.S. pop culture as well.
By Rachel Muenz Apparently, Canada doesn’t think its university students can handle long articles. Either that or it just uses language more efficiently than its U.K. counterparts. Based on a random selection of five articles each from five Canadian online publications for students and five from publications in the U.K., Canadian articles are over 120 words shorter than those in the U.K.
There are now more than 400 posts on Donna Magazine. Updated from Journalism Stories Collection, The Best of Donna Magazine will incorporate the publisher’s personal favourites from this online magazine in a hardcover, paperback and ebook format that you can take with you anywhere such as any magazine you would find off the racks. Look out for it coming soon to be sold at: http://stores.lulu.com/kakonged.