Hard Choices

5:02:00 AM
Change is always hard — especially when it's going in the opposite direction you thought it would. But hey, there are things you can control, and then there are things you cannot. Like money. Like fees set by an entity you have no influence over.

Sad face.


And so, due to the exorbitant cost of shipping, the current state of the Canadian dollar, and the fact that it's fiscally irresponsible for us to do anything less than break-even, we have no choice but to increase our prices by a small margin.

As of July 1, 2017, our pre-order print* price will increase to $18. Quarterly subscriptions will increase to $16.50. Only our Annual Subscriptions will remain the same at $60/yr. Any quarterly subscriptions that have been set up before July 1 will be grandfathered in at the original $15 cost for as long as the subscription is active. Grab a subscription before the price goes up by visiting our SUBSCRIPTIONS page.

We really wish it wasn't so, and look forward to the day when we can say 'Hey! We're dropping our prices!' But for now, we hope you'll bear with us and jump on the subscription pony — because if there's anything we've learned over this last year regarding the management of a magazine it's that subscribers are the life's blood of a serial publication!

Grab an annual subscription and ensure yourself the next four issues! (Annual subscribers will be contacted towards the end of their purchased term with an invitation to renew at the same price.)



Annual Print Subscription

Grab a quarterly subscription at the current rate of $15/quarter** and never pay more as long as your subscription remains active.


Thanks for your ongoing support and understanding!


* prices are only increasing on print issues - digital options will continue to be available for $5 an issue or $16 annually

**this button will be updated on July 1, 2017 to reflect the new quarterly subscription fee of $16.50


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