Publishing has always been a conservative business, and publishing in Canada, especially, has occasionally displayed a distressing aversion to risk.
Canadian library organizations have banded together to launch a website that wants to bring public attention to high e-book prices.
BBC Pop Up, the company's travelling bureau, is going global.
The Ferguson Municipal Public Library, which stayed open to the public during the intense civil unrest that rocked the Missouri town last year, has been named Library of the Year by Library Journal.
Indie authors who want to distribute and sell and e-book have hundreds of viable options. Every major online bookseller as Amazon, B&N and Kobo all have their own portals to submit content and sell it worldwide.
Alice Munro. Mordecai Richler. Margaret Atwood. What do those names have in common? They are all famous Canadian authors. And they are all white.
The shortlists for the 2015 Arthur Ellis Awards were announced on April 23. Bestowed annually by the Crime Writers of Canada, these awards recognize the best in Canadian crime writing from the last year.
The book cover of Harper Lee's novel Go Set a Watchman — her first book to be published since her classic To Kill a Mockingbird — has been revealed.