Does Canadian Affairs have a mobile app?

Yes. To download our app, please follow these instructions:

  • For IOS users: Navigate to our site — www.canadianaffairs.news — in Safari on your phone. Press the “Share” icon in the centre of the bottom panel. Scroll down and select “Add to Home Screen” from the popup. Tap “Add” in the top right corner to install our app.
  • For Android users: Navigate to our site — www.canadianaffairs.news — in Chrome on your phone. Press the “three dot” icon in the upper right to open the menu. Select “Add to Home Screen.” Press the “Add” button in the popup to install our app.

What is the digital news subscription tax credit and is a Canadian Affairs subscription eligible for it?

Yes, Canadian Affairs is a Qualified Canadian Journalism Organization (designation number Q3267218), so Canadians who purchase a Canadian Affairs subscription are eligible for a non-refundable digital news subscription tax credit.

How do I update my account settings?

Visit My Account to make changes to your account settings, including to change your newsletter preferences, update your billing information or cancel your subscription.

Do you offer group subscriptions?

Yes. We offer discounts on annual subscriptions to groups of five or more. Please contact us at sales@canadianaffairs.news if you are interested in learning about our group subscriptions.

I am interested in advertising on the Canadian Affairs website. To whom should I speak?

We would love to explore advertising opportunities with you. Please email sales@canadianaffairs.news with your request.

How can I alert Canadian Affairs to an error in its coverage?

Please alert us to any errors in our coverage by emailing contact@canadianaffairs.news. We strive to promptly correct any errors of fact or context. Please refer to our Editorial Policy for further information on how we handle corrections.

Can I republish a Canadian Affairs story?

We license our content for use by third-parties, and in limited circumstances, we will permit republication of our content at no cost. In all cases, you must obtain our written permission to use our content. Please email contact@canadianaffairs.news with your request.

Does Canadian Affairs accept op-ed submissions?

Yes. Please refer to our Submissions page for further information.

Does Canadian Affairs accept story pitches or submissions from freelance journalists?

We do not currently accept story pitches or submissions from freelance journalists. Please check back at a future date to see if this policy has changed.

Does Canadian Affairs publish Letters to the Editor?

Yes. Please refer to our Letters to the Editor page for information on how to submit a letter.

What is Canadian Affairs’ ownership structure?

Canadian Affairs News Inc. is a Canadian-controlled private corporation, wholly owned by Publisher & Editor Lauren Heuser. It has no outside investors.