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.
Canadian Publishers Deeply Concerned by Implications of Court Decision Underscoring Canada’s Broken Copyright Framework
The Association of Canadian Publishers (ACP) expresses deep concern and disappointment regarding the recent Federal Court decision in the legal action involving the Ontario school boards and Ministries of Education (outside of Quebec and British...
The Association of Canadian Publishers (ACP), in partnership with l’Association nationale des éditeurs de livres (ANEL), has recently launched an online letter writing campaign to urge the government to fulfill its commitment to increasing the...
As part of the ongoing public consultation on generative artificial intelligence and copyright, book industry associations are reminding the Canadian government of the crucial importance of regulating the responsible development of artificial...
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Canada as Guest of Honour at the 2020-2021 Frankfurt Book Fair
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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.