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Editorial Intern

Posted: Thursday, 24 November 2016

airdrielife first published in September 2004 and since then we’ve grown with the city of Airdrie. Today every issue of airdrielife is a polished publication reflecting on the energy, style and community spirit of Airdrie. We publish 4x a year and print 31,000 copies each time reaching every household in Airdrie, Crossfield and surrounding rural homes and businesses. In addition airdrielife is available in more than 30 Airdrie showhomes and 80+ rack locations around the city. Our reach extends past Airdrie with 100 rack locations in Calgary and an exclusive distribution at CrossIron Mills.

Editorial Intern

Posted: Monday, 14 November 2016 | Deadline to Apply: Friday, 25 November 2016

About the Company: Glass Buffalo Publishing is a literary publisher in search of mythic power. We publish a magazine three times per year that highlights fiction, nonfiction, and poetry from emerging writers attending the University of Alberta, and we host literary events in the city in partnership with festivals and other arts organizations.

Ad Sales - Culinaire

Posted: Monday, 31 October 2016

Culinaire is Alberta's freshest food and beverage magazine - tempting tastebuds, engaging appetites, and celebrating our province. We’re highlighting local people and learning from their experience and success. 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. 20,000 copies are published ten times per year. Culinaire can be found across Alberta at no charge in the food and beverage outlets of businesses that share our passion.

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AMPA acknowledges the financial support of the Government of Canada through the Canada Periodical Fund (CPF) of the Department of Canadian Heritage, as well as the Government of Alberta through the Alberta Multimedia Development Fund (AMDF) towards our project costs.

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