- Women's Service
Includes titles with a mandate to primarily serve women with a mix of health, fashion, food, features, decor and other service journalism.
- News, Business, Celebrity
Includes titles primarily covering current affairs, news, business, popular culture and celebrity.
- Home & Décor
Includes home fashion, home style, renovation, and real estate titles with a primarily style vs business focus.
- Sports & Leisure
Includes titles covering general sports, specific sports, and leisure activities including pastimes and hobbies.
- General Interest, Arts, Lifestyle & Regional
Includes city and regional titles, general interest magazines with a broad editorial mandate, arts titles and general lifestyle titles.
- Family & Kids
Includes all titles with main editorial covering Family Subjects & Issues as well as publications aimed at the Child Reader or covering primarily Children’s subjects.
- SIPs & New Magazines
Includes one-off special-interest titles and new magazine launches for which there is no historical sales data. Note: Annual SIPs with historical sales data should be entered in one of the categories above.
- Small Magazines
Includes magazines with a circulation under 50,000.
- Newsstand Marketer of the Year: The Newsstand Marketer of the Year will be an individual who has demonstrated passion and innovation—and produced results—for a newsstand project. Their work may be for regular duties performed, for efforts above and beyond the call of duty or for a special campaign in 2015. This “most valuable player” may work for a Canadian publishing house, a national distributor or a wholesaler. There is no entry fee. Simply complete the online nominations form with the person's name, their job title and their employer, along with a brief explanation citing why you believe this individual deserves to be recognized. All nominations are confidential. Nominators are asked to include their own name and email address.
ENTRY DEADLINE: February 23, 2016
Total circulation includes newsstand sales, subscriptions and controlled copies, according to the most recent AAM or CCAB/BPA statements, or by sworn statement as published in CARD.