You can register via our EventBrite page until Thursday, September 17 for the first week, and Thursday, September 24 for the second week. (The link should be live by early September.)
MagsBC member magazines and associate and affiliate members may claim between 1 and 5 free 1-week conference passes, depending on how much you pay in dues, that you can use for either the first or second week of the conference (or a combination if you have more than one). See your 2020 dues invoice to find out how many you can claim.
Registration links for free passes to the first and second weeks will be sent by early September. Additional passes can be purchased at the member/student rate.
If you are a member but did not receive your free registration link by then, or you’re not sure whether you’re eligible, contact Sylvia Skene at firstname.lastname@example.org or 604-688-1175.
Members of affiliated organizations and students at accredited post-secondary institutions may all register at the member/student rate.
Affiliated organizations include:
- Magazines Canada
- Alberta Magazine Publishers Association (AMPA)
- L’Association québécoise des éditeurs de magazines (AQEM)
Editor, writer, and book publisher organizations:
- Association of Book Publishers of BC (ABPBC)
- Editors’ Association of Canada (EAC)
- Federation of BC Writers
- Professional Writers Association of Canada (PWAC)
- Writers Union of Canada
Other creative industry organizations who have supported our association and the creative industry sector in BC:
- Canadian Media Producers Association (CMPA)
- Directors Guild of Canada (DGC)
- Motion Picture Production Industry Association of BC (MPPIA)
- Music BC
MagsBC supports reducing barriers to the disadvantaged. Please contact us as soon as possible if you would like to attend our conference or other programming but cannot because of financial hardship. We have a limited number of free tickets available, and we will also do our best to hire a hearing or visual interpreter if needed.
We want you to come!
This conference is funded by the Government of Canada.