BPAA News

The Canada Council for the Arts Governor General’s Literary Awards releases the list of finalists in seven categories for both official languages and for

USMCA Maintains Cultural Industry Exemption

The Association of Canadian Publishers (ACP) congratulates the Government of Canada on this week’s announcement of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). After more than

The Literary Landscape of Western Canada (Catalogue)

Canada has been declared the Guest of Honour country for the Frankfurter Buchemasse in 2020, and Canadian publishers are excited for this opportunity to

I Value Canadian Stories

The I Value Canadian Stories initiative includes a new video series featuring Canadian creators discussing their work, why they love it and also sharing

Alberta Culture Announces Funding Increase for Alberta Book Publishers

Alberta’s book-publishing industry is getting a boost as part of the government’s ongoing commitment to preserve the province’s culture, help create jobs and diversify

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Events

June 13, 2018: Durvile Publishing Book Signings

Women in Criminal Justice is the fourth book in Durvile Publishing‘s True Cases series. It is unique in that stories are authored by eminent

May 15, 2018: Alberta’s Book Publishers Celebrate “Alberta Book Day”

Edmonton – The members of the Book Publishers Association of Alberta (BPAA) wish to thank the Alberta Government, through the announcement by Minister Miranda

May 12, 2018: Freehand Books presents HOMES: A REFUGEE STORY Book Launch

Join Freehand Books and authors Abu Bakr al Rabeeah and Winnie Yeung as they celebrate the launch of HOMES: A REFUGEE STORY which tells

April 26, 2018: University of Alberta Literary Cocktails

Please join the staff of the University of Alberta Press for readings and refreshments as they launch their newest literary titles. Literary Cocktails is

April 24, 2018: LitFest Presents Tima Kurdi: The Boy on the Beach

An intimate and poignant memoir about the family of Alan Kurdi—the young Syrian boy who became the global emblem for the desperate plight of

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Industry News

The Canada Council for the Arts Governor General’s Literary Awards releases the list of finalists in seven categories for both official languages and for

USMCA Maintains Cultural Industry Exemption

The Association of Canadian Publishers (ACP) congratulates the Government of Canada on this week’s announcement of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). After more than

The Literary Landscape of Western Canada (Catalogue)

Canada has been declared the Guest of Honour country for the Frankfurter Buchemasse in 2020, and Canadian publishers are excited for this opportunity to

I Value Canadian Stories

The I Value Canadian Stories initiative includes a new video series featuring Canadian creators discussing their work, why they love it and also sharing

Alberta Culture Announces Funding Increase for Alberta Book Publishers

Alberta’s book-publishing industry is getting a boost as part of the government’s ongoing commitment to preserve the province’s culture, help create jobs and diversify

View all industry news