Slideshow Image

Found 9 publishers.

Ulysses Travel Guides

4176, rue Saint-Denis
Montreal
QC
H2W 2M5

514-843-9882
[email protected]
http://www.ulyssesguides.com

Established and incorporated in Quebec in 1980, Ulysses Travel Guides publishes travel guides to Canadian and foreign destinations, in English and French; also outdoor guides and phrasebooks. Domestic Distribution: Self. Foreign Distribution: Hunter (US), Round House (UK), Interforum (France, Belgium & Switzerland).

Travel & Guidebooks,

United Church Publishing House

3250 Bloor Street West
Toronto
ON
M8X 2Y4

416-231-5931

http://www.united-church.ca/sales/ucph

The United Church Publishing House (UCPH) continues to serve the United Church of Canada's commitment to publishing new books generated within the national United Church. UCPH publishes religious books and multi-media resources for individual and congregational use.

Non-fiction,

University of Alberta Press

Ring House 2
Edmonton
AB
T6G 2E1

780-492-3662

http://www.uap.ualberta.ca

The University of Alberta Press (UAP) publishes peer-reviewed, scholarly books in the areas of prairie, mountain, and circumpolar histories and cultures; literary and cultural studies; languages; literature and poetry; memoir; First Nations, Métis, Inuit studies; the Canadian Arctic and international circumpolar north; health and wellness; natural sciences; and environmental studies. UAP also publishes under three imprints. Pica Pica Press publishes peer-reviewed textbooks. Gutteridge Books publishes peer-reviewed specialty books for the trade market. CCI Press publishes peer-reviewed, scholarly books on Canada’s Arctic and the international circumpolar north. UAP series include the Robert Kroetsch Series in Canadian literature; "Mountain Cairns," a series on the history and culture of the Canadian Rockies; a literary travel/adventure series entitled "Wayfarer;" Circumpolar Research; Patterns of Northern Traditional Healing; Northern Hunter-Gatherer; and Solstice. Domestic Distribution: GTW. Foreign Distribution: Wayne State University Press (US), Gazelle Academic (UK).

Scholarly, Poetry, History, Fiction & Literature,

University of British Columbia Press

2029 West Mall
Vancouver
BC
V6T 1Z2

604-822-5959
[email protected]
http://www.ubcpress.ubc.ca

UBC Press was established in 1971 and has more than 900 titles currently in print. The editorial program concentrates on scholarly, trade, text, and reference books, with special focus on Native studies; Asian studies; education; environment; fisheries; forestry; geography; Canadian history; political science; sociology urban studies; sexuality studies; women's studies; law; and planning. Domestic Distribution: UTP. Foreign Distribution: University of Washington Press (US), Eurospan University Press Group (UK), East West Export Books (Asia, excluding China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong; and the Pacific, including Australia and NZ), Asia Publishers Services Ltd. (China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Korea). Special Book Services (South America).

Scholarly, Non-fiction, History,

University of Calgary Press

2500 University Drive NW
Calgary
AB
T2N 1N4

403-220-7578
[email protected]
http://www.uofcpress.com

The University of Calgary Press disseminates scholarly research through peer-reviewed books which move the conversation forward, appeal to the curious mind, and present provocative ideas in a clear, accessible way. Our publications focus on history, biography, economic and aboriginal studies, with a special emphasis on the Canadian West; Energy, Ecology and the Environment; Northern studies; African studies; Latin American and Caribbean studies; and Canadian Military and Strategic studies. We welcome manuscripts based on scholarly research that impart a deeper understanding of our world. We share a love of the printed monograph yet continue to explore sustainable innovative online publishing alternatives.

Scholarly,

University of Manitoba Press

Room 301, St. John's College
Winnipeg
MB
R3T 2M5

204-474-9495

http://www.umanitoba.ca/uofmpres

Founded in 1967, University of Manitoba Press specializes in Native and Canadian history, Icelandic studies, aboriginal languages, and studies of Canadian literature and culture. Domestic Distribution: UTP. US Distribution: Michigan State University Press.

Scholarly,

University of Ottawa Press

542 King Edward
Ottawa
ON
K1N 6N5

613-562-5246
[email protected]
http://www.press.uottawa.ca/home

The UOP publishes books and journals, in French and English, and in any and all editions and formats, that touch upon the human condition: anthropology, sociology, political science, psychology, criminology, media studies, economics, education, language and culture, law, history, literature, translation studies, philosophy, public administration, health sciences, and religious studies. Les PUO publient, dans une variété de types d’édition et de format, des livres et des revues, en français et en anglais, qui s’intéressent à la condition humaine : anthropologie, sociologie, science politique, psychologie, criminologie, études médiatiques, économie, éducation, langue et culture, droit, histoire, littérature, traduction, philosophie, administration publique, sciences de la santé et études religieuses. Domestic Distribution: UTP, Prologue. Foreign Distribution: UTP (US), Marston Book Services Ltd. (UK), Diffusion de Nouveau Monde (France and Belgium), Servidis (Switzerland).

Educational & Textbooks, Scholarly,

University of Regina Press

3737 Wascana Parkway
Regina
SK
S4N 1W8

306-585-4795
[email protected]
http://www.uofrpress.ca/

Built on the foundation of the former Canadian Plains Research Center Press, University of Regina Press (U of R Press) launched in June 2013 as Saskatchewan's only scholarly publishing house. They also have a robust trade program. In just four years, U of R Press has published six national bestsellers in subjects ranging from Canadian history and Indigenous Studies to memoir and food studies. Two guiding principles inform the Press's activities: first, its motto, "a voice for many peoples," which has sparked new series in First Nations languages, Black Canadian studies, Métis studies, and the body; and second, its desire to revolutionize the humanities by publishing books that hit the zeitgeist and show a wide audience of readers the continued importance of academic work.

Educational & Textbooks, Aboriginal & First Nations, History, Non-fiction, Poetry, Scholarly,

University of Toronto Press

10 St. Mary Street, Suite 700
Toronto
ON
M4Y 2W8

416-978-2239

http://www.utpress.utoronto.ca

Founded in 1901, University of Toronto Press (UTP) is Canada's leading scholarly publisher and one of the largest university presses in North America. UTP publishes serious nonfiction in the humanities, social sciences and business with well over 3,500 books currently in print. Each year, the Scholarly Publishing division produces approximately 160 new books, and the Higher Education division which focuses primarily on course books, publishes around 25 titles. Our books are released in print and electronic formats and are available on a global basis. In addition to book publishing, UTP also publishes scholarly journals and provides publishing services to over 35 journal clients; operates P-Shift providing an e-publishing solution and support for editorial, typesetting, file conversion, digital asset management, and ebook distribution; runs a Distribution Division which warehouses and distributes books for UTP and approximately 70 client imprints; and through its Retail division, UTP operates six stores across four campuses for the University of Toronto and OCAD University. North American Distribution: UTP. Foreign Distribution: NBN International (UK & Europe)

Educational & Textbooks, History, Non-fiction, Scholarly,