The Association of Canadian Publishers is the voice of English-language Canadian-owned independent book publishers.
ACP supports and strengthens the contribution that Canadian books make to Canada’s cultural, economic, and educational landscape.
ACP represents approximately 115 Canadian-owned and controlled book publishers from across the country. Through all of its activities, ACP is committed to the development and maintenance of these vibrant, competitive Canadian-owned companies.
ACP focuses its resources on advocacy, programs, and projects including: Government and Public Relations, Collaborative Marketing initiatives, Research and Communications, and Professional Development activities.
Save the Date: ACP 2023 Annual General Meeting
The Association of Canadian Publishers' 2023 Annual General Meeting has been scheduled. Staff at all ACP member firms and affiliate organizations are welcome to participate. Please mark your calendars for the following dates: June 19 – 21,...
Budget 2023: Government commitments to invest in Canadian book industry and repair the Copyright Act go unfulfilled yet again
The Association of Canadian Publishers (ACP) is discouraged by the absence of new investment in the Canada Book Fund and continued inaction on copyright reform in Budget 2023. These ongoing delays by the government in implementing its own...
2022 Canadian Book Publishing Industry Diversity Baseline Survey Report
As part of its ongoing efforts to increase the representation of Indigenous and racialized people working in the Canadian publishing industry, the Association of Canadian Publishers (ACP), in partnership with the Canadian Publishers’ Council (CPC),...
A rich and diverse body of Canadian writing strengthens Canada and enriches the lives of Canadians.
The largest collection of Canadian books on the Internet
Canada as Guest of Honour at the 2020-2021 Frankfurt Book Fair
Enabling publishers to engage in the digital marketplace
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ACP contributes to the development and maintenance of vibrant, competitive book publishing companies in order to support and strengthen the contribution that Canadian books make to Canada’s cultural, economic, and educational landscape.