Avenue Calgary Magazine covers all of Calgary arts and culture, fashion, decor, food, personalities, outdoor life and more. The magazine looks for everything that is trending in the city and also revisits deserving classics and must go in Calgary. There is also a full complete list of best restaurants, neighborhoods and things to do in the city.
OTTAWA Magazine reaches this city’s intelligent and sophisticated with an artful mix of trademark hard-hitting stories, in-depth profiles, saucy gossip, superb food and wine coverage and detailed event listings. We don’t deliver the news: we deliver insight into the people and events shaping the news, all in an informative, entertaining and credible package.
And so it was that on March 29, 1845, a balmy Saturday 22 years before Canada became a country, a 29-year-old Irish immigrant gave Bytown “The Packet”, its first liberal newspaper. Under the banner on Page One, Harris printed the words “Fair Play and Daylight”, the paper’s motto. One hundred and sixty years later, those words still appear in The Ottawa Citizen, the newspaper that grew from that four-page journal.
Ottawa Life Magazine is the intelligent, illustrious and iconic voice of Canada’s most beautiful and influential city. Savvy, smart and stylish, Ottawa Life provides a signature mix of stories and commentary on politics, the arts, international affairs, travel,popular culture, sports, business, fashion, homes and healthy lifestyles, Ottawa Life Magazine has become a must read for residents of the capital and beyond who wish to keep tabs on the who, what, when where and why of the capital.
The Huffington Post, also called HuffPo or HuffPost, American news-and-commentary Web site, with offices in Los Angeles and New York City. The Huffington Post was founded in May 2005 by political activist Arianna Huffington, former America Online executive Kenneth Lerer, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab graduate Jonah Peretti.
YYCNow’s mission is to connect the people of Calgary in a way that was never previously possible, and focusing on local news and the local culture that this city fosters so well is only the first step. We’re the go-to source for information on all things Calgary; events, entertainment, activities and the general happenings of the city.
City Style and Living is an award-winning quarterly digital and print luxury lifestyle magazine and we are proud to be independently published.
Our mission is to support and promote the finest chefs, farmers, artisans, restaurants, designers, sommeliers, travel enthusiasts and artists, thus bringing a sense of global community.
City Style and Living Magazine‘s team is pleased to provide beautiful photography and dynamic editorial content to our global readership.
Every issue, the editors and their international teams scour the globe to bring the best in FOOD, FASHION, and TRAVEL.
Canadian Pizza magazine is the voice of the Canadian independent pizzeria and reaches more than 90 per cent of independent pizzerias.
We strive to provide the Canadian pizza industry, as a whole, with a responsible trade journal that delivers the latest information on market trends, research, innovations, new products, and current events.
Our path is to serve as a link to unite each sector of the industry, from retail to allied businesses, through a broad range of communication methods.
The Suburban has won numerous Quebec, Canada-wide and international awards for its top-notch editorials, news coverage, sports reporting, photography, opinions, community activism, feature stories and editorial cartooning. The Suburban is a repeat winner of the QCNA’s best overall newspaper in Quebec and the first Canadian winner of the SNA’s Best community service award.
For over 30 years we have kept a dedication to a quality product that offers our readers something special. Online, we offer breaking news updates throughout the day and night. Our website – www.edmontonsun.com – is bringing you the news as it happens, with stories, photos and video. We’ve also expanded to create the free commuter daily, 24 Hours.
Made in Canada.
Making business personal.
Powered by entrepreneurship, mindfulness and social activism.
Launched in 2008, Notable.ca sees over 1 million monthly visitors as we connect our generation with the people, places, products, parties, and events that they need to know about to take both their professional and social lives to the next level.
We’re your friend in-the-know, the one who’s always on the lookout for the next big thing.
From organizing huge interactive events such as the Notable Awards and the Icon Series, to constantly delivering the most up to date and important content, we’ve developed a reputation for creating some of the best events for both our readers and our clients.
The Vancouver Sun and The Province, the two major daily papers in British Columbia, are published by Pacific Newspaper Group, a division of Postmedia Network Inc.
The Vancouver Sun has been a daily newspaper since 1912. The Province has been a daily since 1898. Both are award winners.
The Vancouver Sun, a broadsheet, publishes daily except Sundays and selected holidays. The Province, a tabloid, publishes daily except Saturdays and selected holidays.
MUNCHIES is a website and digital video channel from VICE dedicated to food and its global purpose. Launched in 2014, MUNCHIES offers groundbreaking content from a youth driven perspective. In today’s modern world, the formerly tangible pleasures of music, film, and emerging media are just one click away. Food and the events that manifest around it are one of the everlasting experiences that cannot be replicated by arcs and zeroes. MUNCHIES chronicles the wide spectrum of the global culinary experience and the diverse voices that are pulling us forward: chefs and home cooks, makers and consumers, the politics and policies of food, “front” and “back of house” restaurant life, old wives tales and innovative news, and culturally significant indicators in our modern world.
Forbes.com, home page for the world’s business leaders and the No. 1 business news source in the world, is among the most trusted resources for senior business executives, providing them the real-time reporting, uncompromising commentary, concise analysis, relevant tools and community they need to succeed at work, profit from investing and have fun with the rewards of winning.
Founded by Dani Klein in 2008 after an extended trip through Northern Europe, YeahThatsKosher.com is a blog aiding the kosher traveler. Their posts are designed to assist Jewish travelers with unique travel tips & advice as well as personal Kosher restaurant recommendations as they traverse the globe.
514 Eats is a Montreal restaurant and bar review blog brought to you by two regular guys who like to eat, drink, go out and cook. We will go anywhere and we will say it like it is.
We like discovering new places to eat and drink, sometimes following recommendations from traditional print media and blogs.
Based in Montreal, we feature our highly subjective view of the most worthwhile events occurring in the city, while still keeping an eye out on the rest of the world.
Bad Feeling is not a site about municipal politics, food pics, or a means to drive ad revenue by tricking you into clicking through a series of useless lists (we’re not that savvy yet).
The Splendid Table has been at the forefront of food issues and policies since its inception. Long before eating local became a catchphrase and farmers’ markets became ubiquitous, The Splendid Table was talking about the changes needed in the food system and what was happening on the grassroots level.
The Sports Network is a Canadian English language sports specialty service. Established by the Labatt Brewing Company in 1984 as part of the first group of Canadian specialty cable channels, since 2001, TSN has been majority-owned by communications conglomerate Bell Canada (presently through its broadcasting subsidiary Bell Media) with a minority stake held by ESPN Inc.
Welcome to Canadian Beats Media. An online music publication dedicated to all things Canadian music!
I’m a fan who took a chance at something I loved…and as it grew, I’ve added more fans who share my love of Canadian music. Now we’re over 35 Canadian music fans working hard to promote all the musical talent that Canada has to offer. We are dedicated to being your source for band interviews, reviews, tour dates and more!
The Revue was launched in Ottawa, Ontario on August 1st, 2013 with no budget, no fanfare. Two-and-a-half years later, it still has no budget but a bit more fanfare. Over time, we’ve developed a reputation for discovering music’s hidden gems and for writing reviews and features that are “thoughtful” and “considerate” (seriously, those two words are how artists, publicists, and labels have described us).
Mint & Heritage is a lifestyle blog from Irene Seto. It’s girly, it’s fun, it’s pretty, and it’s positive. Irene has lways been a big advocate for her hometown Calgary and will continue to share the local experiences, foods, and people that she loves and enjoys. Mint & Heritage was created to be a variety of travel adventures, professional motivation, and personal inspiration.
Vice Media is a North American digital media and broadcasting company. Originating from the Montreal-based VICE magazine co-founded by Suroosh Alvi, Shane Smith, and Gavin McInnes (who departed the company in 2008), VICE expanded primarily into youth and young adult-focused digital media, including online content verticals and related web series, the news division VICE News, a film production studio, and a record label among other properties.
Bacon is Magic is a Canadian food blog which goal is to inspire you to lead an adventurous life, traveling to delicious destinations and cooking amazing food at home. One day Ayngelina walked into a restaurant and asked to meet the chef not knowing it would be the love of her life. Dave says he knew it immediately.
Dave is still as passionate and local, sustainable food as the day he started in the kitchen 20 years ago.
Montreal Grandma became a grandma in 2016 and not a day goes by that someone says “you can’t be a grandma, you look too young.” The outdated image of grandparenting is what made this blogger feel the need to gather grandparents in the third millennium and share the journey with the new kind of grandparent. Today’s grandparent.
Canadian lifestyle magazine for young professionals, millennials; Generation X techies and stylish food fanatics. This magazine blog brings the best of all worlds together on one website. Featuring: beauty, style, technology, startups, food & drink, and travel – to inspire readers who live a modest life and wish to treat themselves accordingly. This ‘living’ chronicle documents our discoveries and encourages readers to maintain a healthy and balanced lifestyle.
Quill & Quire is the monthly magazine of the Canadian book trade. Its primary audience is students, writers, publishers, booksellers, librarians, educators, and other media in every province. With an average circulation of 5,000 copies per issue, Quill & Quire reaches an audience of over 25,000 readers.
With a storied past and an engaging presence, The Province is a bold, edgy and irreverent force in B.C. For over 110 years, we have been a premier source of news, sports, and entertainment. Published Sunday through Friday and daily online at theprovince.com, no issue is too big, small or complicated. If B.C. is your home, The Province is your newspaper.
Ottawa Beat is a monthly music culture and industry newspaper covering the National Capital region’s thriving music scene. Here at Ottawa Beat, we hold that music is the pulse of culture and that the beat is stronger than ever in Ottawa. We strive to be a real-world source for music industry news and opportunity here in Canada’s capital.
PopSugar is a global lifestyle media brand focused on a forever-curious audience who thrives on information that allows them to follow their everyday passions. We are your destination for entertainment, fashion, beauty, fitness, health, parenting, cultural commentary, current events, and more. We inform, entertain, and inspire action through the content we create — empowering you to live your fullest life.
W is a monthly American fashion magazine published by Condé Nast, who purchased original owner Fairchild Publications in 1999. It was created in 1971 by the publisher of sister magazine Women’s Wear Daily, James Brady. W magazine has a reader base of nearly half a million, 469,000 of which are annual subscribers. 80 percent of the magazine’s readers are female and have an average household income of $135,840.
Hipster Beer Run is a collaborative blog between Tommy Gun & Vicki Volt. Tommy & Vicki were inspired to start Hipster Beer Run when they realized they both had a passion for the booming craft beer scene (before it was cool). Staying true to their goofy nature, a blog was born and the beer adventure began!
Culinaire is a free food and beverage magazine tempting taste buds, engaging appetites based out of Alberta. Sharing their secrets are chefs, sommeliers, brewers, mixologists, restaurateurs, and local food and beverage experts. Culinaire serves up features on dining in, dining out, wine, beer, spirits and cocktails, and pairing them all, along with local culinary events and festivals. Published 10 times per year, Culinaire can be found in the food and beverage outlets of businesses and people who share our passion.
The Calgary Herald was first published on August 31, 1883 by Andrew Armour and Thomas Braden as The Calgary Herald, Mining and Ranche Advocate and General Advertiser. It started as a weekly paper with only four pages created on a hand press. The operation was small, with a tent by the junction of the Bow and Elbow rivers serving as the office. In 1885 the Herald became a daily but it wasn’t until fall 1983 that it was published 7 days a week. Until April 1985 it was an afternoon paper but it is now delivered in the mornings. The Herald is part of Postmedia Network, which represents some of the oldest and best-known media brands in Canada.
As Canada’s national current affairs and news magazine since 1905, Maclean’s enlightens, engages, and entertains millions of readers with strong investigative reporting and exclusive stories from leading journalists in the fields of international affairs, social issues, national politics, business and culture.
The Toronto Sun is an English-language daily tabloid newspaper published in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is known for its daily Sunshine Girl feature and its populist conservative editorial stance. The Toronto Sun’s format has given rise to sister Sun tabloids in major markets across Canada, namely the Edmonton Sun, the Calgary Sun, the Ottawa Sun and most recently the Brampton Sun and York Sun, weekend-only tabloids distributed as sections of the Toronto edition.
City premiered on September 28, 1972, adding an original and progressive voice to television broadcasting and immediately gaining attention for its unique, information and entertainment driven format. In an industry where the pressures for sameness appeared overwhelming, City brought a radically different look, sound and feel to television–quickly becoming known as the youthful, urban and hip spot on the dial.
Keep up with all the business, life, people and culture you care about in Canada. Notable.ca is the largest online publication for young professional adults (aka YPs) in Canada. Launched in 2008, Notable.ca connect hundreds of thousands of YPs, forward-thinking visionaries, and trendsetters with the people, places, products, parties, and events that they need to know about to take both their professional and social lives to the next level.
For over 30 years, FLARE has been Canada’s fashion authority. As a multi-platform brand, FLARE transports its engaged digital and social media community with behind-the-scenes access to the most important global fashion events and introduces them to the world’s most sought-after cultural icons. FLARE takes an intimate look at art, décor, film, food, literature and design, and provides hot takes on the big topics that matter to millennial women.