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[May 19, 2022] Yesterday marked #GAAD, or Global Accessibility Awareness Day - an annual day for talking, thinking and learning about digital access and inclusion and people with different disabili

The LPG is seeking two contract Sales & Marketing Assistants. These eight-week positions, funded through Canada Summer Jobs, are for youth interested in the publishing industry.

The LPG is seeking a full-time (35 hours per week) Engagement Manager. This position is for a publishing professional interested in supporting independent Canadian literary publishers.

The LPG is seeking a full-time (35 hours per week) contract Accessible Digital Books Marketing Coordinator to develop marketing plans and provide quality assurance support for our Accessible Digital Books project.

The LPG is seeking a full-time (35 hours per week) contract Marketing Manager to cover a parental leave beginning January 3, 2022 and ending June 16, 2023.

[August 4, 2021] The Supreme Court of Canada’s July 30th dismissal of appeals by York University and Access Copyright of lower court rulings leaves publishers and authors in a position where they have no practical recourse to address rampant uncompensated copying by educational institutions.

[Summer 2021] The LPG is seeking a full-time contract Research & Marketing Assistant. This 8-week position, funded through Canada Summer Jobs, is for a youth interested in the publishing industry.

[April 19, 2021] The Literary Press Group of Canada (LPG) has established the Luciana Ricciutelli Memorial Bursary at Centennial College, which will provide financial support to a student in the Publishing – Book, Magazine and Electronic graduate

[November 27, 2020] The news this week that Bertelsmann / Penguin Random House plans to acquire Simon & Schuster is a threat to Canadian literary culture and the Canadian book industry.

The LPG is seeking a full-time contract Research & Marketing Assistant. This position, funded through Canada Summer Jobs, is for a youth interested in the publishing industry.

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