Women's Post

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Women's Post
Womenspostcover.jpg
Women's Post, April/May 2010
Editor Sarah Lambert
Categories General Interest, Business, Lifestyle
Frequency Intermittently
Publisher Sarah Thomson
First issue January 2002 (as a newspaper)
2008 (as a magazine)
Company Independent
Country Canada
Based in Toronto
Language English
Website www.womenspost.ca

The Women's Post is a Canadian English-language magazine, targeted at professional business women, based in Toronto[1] and distributed nationally. The magazine was published every other month, had a circulation of 75,000 with a community of 300,000 in both print and online in 2010.[2][3]

History and profile[edit]

It was founded as the Women's News, a monthly tabloid format newspaper, in 2002 by Greg and Sarah Thomson and was renamed the Women's Post in 2003.[4] In 2008, it relaunched in a glossy news magazine format which was published weekly.[2][5] The first issue of the magazine was published on 1 August 2008.[2] In 2009, the magazine's print schedule moved to six times a year with its online version moving from monthly to weekly publication. Since 2010, however, the print version has only been published quarterly.

Contributors[edit]

The Women's Post regular contributors include Michael Coren, Kirk Lapointe, Elizabeth Nickson, Jacoline Loewen and Russell Wangersky.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Joanna Karaplis (31 July 2012). The Canadian Writer's Market, 18th Edition. McClelland & Stewart. p. 129. ISBN 978-0-7710-9585-6. Retrieved 30 November 2015. 
  2. ^ a b c "Women's Post relaunches as news magazine", Media in Canada, 17 July 2008
  3. ^ "Lone woman runs in race for mayor's chair", Toronto Star, 13 March 2010
  4. ^ "Personal loss opens new door for Post editor", The Publisher, 1 March 2004
  5. ^ Women's Post Print Issue Archive

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