CANSCAIP
Canadian Society of Children’s Authors, Illustrators and Performers<br>La société canadienne des auteurs, illustrateurs et artistes pour enfants
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Events Calendar

Check the Events Calendar regularly to keep up on CANSCAIP events.

Upcoming events

    • Tuesday, August 12, 2014
    • Thursday, September 04, 2014
    • L Gallery Sept Oct 1-19; TIBF Nov 13-16
    Call for submissions for 
    Capturing Your Imagination: The Art of Storytelling

    Show and sale of book illustration art by CANSCAIP Members and Friends



    CANSCAIP is delighted to offer our Members and Friends an opportunity to present and sell their children's book illustration artwork at two juried shows, under the banner Capturing Your Imagination: The Art of Storytelling

    Members and Friends are invited to electronically submit three separate book illustration pieces, as well as concept work and sketches that demonstrate the progression of how the final piece was created. 

    CANSCAIP is contracting a curator to prepare these shows. All submissions will be evaluated by the curator and a jury. Artwork selected will be exhibited in one or both shows. 

    Two juried shows in 2014 will be presented: 
    1. The first show is at Humber College's Lakeshore Campus L Gallery from October 1-19, and leads up to our Packaging Your Imagination conference. The show will be open to the public, as well as to Humber students and staff.
    2. The second show is at Inspire! Toronto International Book Fair (TIBF) from November 13-16 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. The show will be open to the public, as well as to publishers and other exhibitors.
    Submission Details

    Applicants: Must be Members or Friends  of CANSCAIP in good standing.

    Fees: Applicants will be charged a $40 (total) registration fee to participate. The fee is for up to three pieces of artwork for consideration for both shows, and helps cover CANSCAIP's costs associated with the shows. 

    Please register and pay the submission fee using the REGISTER button in the upper left corner.

    You will receive an email with submission instructions, once your payment has been processed.

    Submission Instructions: 
    1. You may submit up to three separate pieces of book illustration artwork. 
    2. For each piece of artwork, email three to five 300dpi jpegs that show a progression (e.g., concept, sketches and final art) of how the final art was created.
    3. Title jpegs with your name, book title, publication info (if applicable), materials used, date created, and dimensions. 
    Send to office@canscaip.org by September 4, 2014, with "YOUR NAME: Illustration Exhibitions 2014 Submission" in the subject line. 

    Only those whose work is selected will be contacted.  

    Framing: If selected, work must be framed in time for the shows. Illustrators are responsible for the costs of professional framing their pieces. 

    Shipping: If selected, work must be delivered to CANSCAIP's office in Toronto by September 20. The cost of shipping and insurance is to be covered by participants. 

    Sales: Illustrators may choose to sell work exhibited at both shows. The curator can provide guidance for pricing work

    PLEASE NOTE: Any sales transactions will be between the purchaser and illustrator. CANSCAIP, Humber College, and TIBF will not receive any proceeds from the sales. 

    Marketing: Promotion of the exhibitions will be handled jointly by CANSCAIP, Humber College, L-Gallery, and TIBF. We encourage participating illustrators to publicize the shows to family and friends, on their websites, via social media, etc. Illustrators can also make available marketing material, such as bookmarks or brochures, for on-site distribution. 

    On the evening of Friday, October 17 there will be a reception at Humber College's Lakeshore Campus L-Gallery; CANSCAIP members, publishers, editors and art directors will be invited. 

    Indemnity: CANSCAIP, Humber College and Inspire! The Toronto International Book Fair are not responsible for any damages incurred at any point in the exhibition process, including shipping. Insurance for works is the responsibility of the illustrator, and by submitting your fee you agree to bear sole responsibility for any damages or loss.
    Framing: If selected, work must be framed in time for the shows. Illustrators are responsible for the costs of professional framing their pieces. 

    Shipping: If selected, work must be delivered to CANSCAIP's office in Toronto by September 20. The cost of shipping and insurance is to be covered by participants. 

    Sales: Illustrators may choose to sell work exhibited at both shows. The curator can provide guidance for pricing work

    PLEASE NOTE: Any sales transactions will be between the purchaser and illustrator. CANSCAIP, Humber College, and TIBF will not receive any proceeds from the sales. 

    Marketing: Promotion of the exhibitions will be handled jointly by CANSCAIP, Humber College, L-Gallery, and TIBF. We encourage participating illustrators to publicize the shows to family and friends, on their websites, via social media, etc. Illustrators can also make available marketing material, such as bookmarks or brochures, for on-site distribution. 

    On the evening of Friday, October 17 there will be a reception at Humber College's Lakeshore Campus L-Gallery; CANSCAIP members, publishers, editors and art directors will be invited. 

    Indemnity: CANSCAIP, Humber College and Inspire! The Toronto International Book Fair are not responsible for any damages incurred at any point in the exhibition process, including shipping. Insurance for works is the responsibility of the illustrator, and by submitting your fee you agree to bear sole responsibility for any damages or loss.
    • Wednesday, September 10, 2014
    • 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
    • Room 224, Northern District Library, 40 Orchard View Blvd.
    Program details to come.

    ATTEND MEETINGS AT: Room 224, Northern District Library, 40 Orchard View Blvd.

    Parking: There are several Green P's within walking distance.
    Transit: Just north of the Eglinton subway stop on the Yonge line.

    • Wednesday, October 08, 2014
    • 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
    • Burlington Arts Centre
    Program details to come.

    ATTEND MEETING AT: 
    The Shoreline/Rotary Lakeshore Room
    Burlington Art Centre
    1333 Lakeshore Rd, Burlington, ON L7S 1A9
    • Saturday, October 18, 2014
    • 8:15 AM - 4:00 PM
    • L Building, Humber College Lakeshore Campus, 21 Colonel Samuel Smith Drive, Toronto, ON, M8V 1K8

    OUR 30th YEAR!



    REGISTRATION 
    NOW OPEN!

    Saturday, October 18th, 2014

    Humber College Lakeshore Campus

    What's at PYI this year?

    Seminars for writers and illustrators
    Additional advanced-level workshops
    Professional development seminars
    The famous Industry Panel
    Networking opportunities over a catered lunch

    and 

    The Claire Mackay Memorial Keynote Lecture by 

    Susin Nielsen

    (Author of Word Nerd, Dear George Clooney: Please Marry My Mom and Magic Beads) 


    Due to overwhelming demand, CANSCAIP is now offering a full day oriented around Pitch Perfect, to connect you to multiple agents and editors. This optional day is offered SUNDAY OCT 19, at the same location as PYI. For more information, click here.

    GENERAL CONFERENCE DETAILS

    CANSCAIP is proud to partner with the 
    Humber School of Creative and Performing Arts (SCAPA) 
    in presenting this year's conference.

    On-site Registration begins at  8:15 am

    Conference location: L Building Humber College Lakeshore Campus 21 Colonel Samuel Smith Dr. Toronto, ON M8V 1K8



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    Returning after overwhelming response are our Advanced-level sessions intended for established writers and illustrators as well as a session for Beginners. All other sessions are at the Intermediate level.  

    The entire day, including refreshments and lunch, is only $180.00. 

    Enjoy a Welcome Address for all registrants from Governor General's Award Winner Teresa Toten. Attend three workshops chosen from your interests, and network over lunch. Re-join all registrants for an inspirational Keynote to wrap up the day from GG winning author Susin Nielsen!


    Lunch: A lunch of salad and sandwiches is included with registration. We regret that no dietary requests can be accommodated.

    Books: Books will be available for sale. Join us at 4pm for book signings by the presenters.

    Refund Policy: Cancellation fee is $45 before September 5. No refund after September 5.

    For more information, please email office@canscaip.org or call (416) 515-1559.



    WORKSHOP OPTIONS & SCHEDULE

    Download workshop descriptions in PDF format 

    Download speaker biographies in PDF format

    REGISTRATION BEGINS AT 8:15am

    WELCOME ADDRESS   9am

    Teresa Toten  

    "On Your Mark! Get Set..."


    MORNING WORKSHOPS:   Session A    
    (Choose one of 1, 2, 3, 4)

    Download workshop descriptions in PDF format 

    Download speaker biographies in PDF format


    1. Rob Laidlaw

    No Dancing Bears Please: Making Your Issue-Based Non-Fiction Work For Change

    (Writing, Intermediate)

    A broad range of serious issues affect the world today, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be writing about them. Children are already interested, engaged, informed and want to learn more. This workshop will look at Rob’s process for researching and writing engaging, fun and informative children’s non-fiction books about animal issues.  

    2. Erin Bow

    Details: How Little Things Bring Your Writing to Life

    (Writing, Intermediate)

    Some details will win your readers' hearts forever -- and some will make them skim and sigh impatiently.   Which ones are which, and how do you know?  Award-winning author Erin Bow will walk you through it, using lots of examples from current teen books. 

    3. Debbie Ohi

    Lightning Rods, Agents & Book Deals: Building Your Personal Brand

    (Professional Development, Beginner)

    Debbie will explain how an effective author or illustrator brand can give you a major edge in finding agents, landing book deals and marketing your work. She’ll also offer practical tips on how to find your own authentic brand as well as how to build it online.

    4. Cybèle Young

    The Art & Design of Picture Books

    (Illustration, Intermediate)

    Cybèle will share the story of her development as a fine artist venturing into children's books and how the two areas merge and inform one another. Exploring the image/text connection through different mediums, she will reveal her different approaches in process and technique. There will be physical examples and hands-on experimenting.


    MORNING WORKSHOPS:  Session B 
    (Choose one of 5, 6, 7, 8)

    Download workshop descriptions in PDF format 

    Download speaker biographies in PDF format


    5. Lesley Livingston

    'Arc' is a Four-Letter Word: Plot Structure for the Architecturally Challenged

    (Writing, Advanced)

    No diagrams, charts or spreadsheets. Approach your plot structure organically instead of mechanically. This workshop will explore techniques and methods for building in pacing, “arc” and flow from the inside of the story outward. 

    6. Paula Wing

    Standing On Your Head: Adapting Your Work for the Stage

    (Writing, Intermediate)

    A hands-on workshop that will give you tools and techniques to adapt your novel or short story into a play or script.

    7. Ashley Spires

    The Accidental Graphic Novelist

    (Writing, Intermediate)

    Picture books and graphic novels are completely different, right? From draft, to storyboard, to final art, follow the surprisingly similar path that both mediums take on their way to becoming a finished book. 

    8. Matt James

    See What Sticks: Planning A Picture Book

    (Illustration, Intermediate/Advanced)

    Some weeks before this workshop, Matt will provide participants with a choice of classic stories to develop into a 32-page picture book, as far as they can. They’ll be expected to bring thumbnails of their story, and hopefully a few pages of linears and/or finals to the workshop for critique and discussion.


    AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS:   Session C   
    (Choose one of 9, 10, 11)

    Download workshop descriptions in PDF format 

    Download speaker biographies in PDF format


    9. Teresa Toten moderates the Industry Panel

    with Susan Rich, Editor-at-Large for Little, Brown Books for Young Readers 

    and Tara Walker, Editorial Director, Tundra Books

    The panel will discuss "The State of the State" 


    10. Shelley Tanaka

    Master Level Writing: Whose Voice Is It, Anyway?

    (Writing, Advanced)

    We’ll explore how writers channel and manipulate the fictional “child’s” voice, the relationship between voice and point of view, how writers can distinguish their own writerly voice from that of their characters, and why these issues are so important for those who write for young readers. 

    11. Holly Kent

    Social Media for Authors & Illustrators: Reaching Readers Online 

    (Professional Development, Intermediate)

    This workshop is for published authors and illustrators who want to learn how to promote themselves on social media. Holly will show them how they can reach readers on the following social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram, Pinterest, Goodreads, and the 49th Shelf. 


    Claire Mackay Memorial Keynote Lecture 

    Susin Nielsen

    "Confessions of a Word Nerd"



    Download workshop descriptions in PDF format

    Download speaker biographies in PDF format

    A Deal You Shouldn’t Miss...

    New to CANSCAIP? Want to find out what being a CANSCAIP Friend is all about? 

    Join the community and keep growing as a writer or illustrator. Expand on what you learn from our exciting lineup of workshops and grow your network of children's culture creators as well.

    How? By joining CANSCAIP as a Friend!

    As a Friend you receive our quarterly newsletter, The CANSCAIP News, featuring profiles of our professional members explaining how they practice their craft, up-to-date marketing information and cross-country news about what’s happening in the children's literature community.

    On our website, you have access by password to a Members/Friends-only section that includes useful and informative articles plus a Critique Exchange.

    As a first-time Friend, join at the special PYI fee of $35 (regularly $45) when you send your application with your registration form.


    CANSCAIP PYI Partners

    CANSCAIP acknowledges the generous support of our conference partner Humber College School of Creative and Performing Arts.

       

    • Saturday, October 18, 2014
    • 8:15 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Your computer

     REGISTRATION NOW OPEN! 



      JOIN US ONLINE!
    Attend the full day from any location in the world

    October 18, 2014

    CANSCAIP is proud to partner with the 
    Humber School of Creative and Performing Arts (SCAPA) 
    to deliver PYI 2014 
    via Blackboard Collaborate.


    Watch a short video to see Blackboard Collaborate in action.  (This is an external link) 



    What's at PYI this year?

    Seminars for writers and illustrators
    Additional advanced-level workshops
    Professional development seminars
    The famous Industry Panel

    and 

    The Claire Mackay Memorial Keynote Lecture by 

    Susin Nielsen

    (Author of Word NerdDear George Clooney: Please Marry My Mom and Magic Beads) 



    Returning after overwhelming response are our Advanced-level sessions – intended for established writers and illustrators – as well as a session for Beginners. All other sessions are at the Intermediate level. 

    The entire day, including Welcome and Keynote speakers and three workshops of your choice, is only $125.00 for Virtual PYI. 

    Enjoy a Welcome Address for all registrants from Governor General's Award Winner Teresa Toten. Attend three workshops chosen from your interests, and network over lunch. Re-join all registrants for an inspirational Keynote to wrap up the day from GG winning author Susin Nielsen!

    Refund Policy: Cancellation fee is $45 before September 5. No refund after September 5.

    For more information, please email office@canscaip.org or call (416) 515-1559.


    WORKSHOP OPTIONS & SCHEDULE

    Download workshop descriptions in PDF format 
    on one page or multi-page 

    Download speaker biographies in PDF format


    VIDEO STREAM TESTING BEGINS AT 8:15am

    WELCOME ADDRESS   9am

    Teresa Toten  

    "On Your Mark! Get Set..."


    MORNING WORKSHOPS:   Session A    
    (Choose one of 1, 2, 3, 4)

    Download workshop descriptions in PDF format 
    on one page or multi-page 

    Download speaker biographies in PDF format

    1. Rob Laidlaw

    No Dancing Bears Please: Making Your Issue-Based Non-Fiction Work For Change

    (Writing, Intermediate)

    A broad range of serious issues affect the world today, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be writing about them. Children are already interested, engaged, informed and want to learn more. This workshop will look at Rob’s process for researching and writing engaging, fun and informative children’s non-fiction books about animal issues.  

    2. Erin Bow

    Details: How Little Things Bring Your Writing to Life

    (Writing, Intermediate)

    Some details will win your readers' hearts forever -- and some will make them skim and sigh impatiently.   Which ones are which, and how do you know?  Award-winning author Erin Bow will walk you through it, using lots of examples from current teen books. 

    3. Debbie Ohi

    Lightning Rods, Agents & Book Deals: Building Your Personal Brand

    (Professional Development, Beginner)

    Debbie will explain how an effective author or illustrator brand can give you a major edge in finding agents, landing book deals and marketing your work. She’ll also offer practical tips on how to find your own authentic brand as well as how to build it online.

    4. Cybèle Young

    The Art & Design of Picture Books

    (Illustration, Intermediate)

    Cybèle will share the story of her development as a fine artist venturing into children's books and how the two areas merge and inform one another. Exploring the image/text connection through different mediums, she will reveal her different approaches in process and technique. There will be physical examples and hands-on experimenting.


    MORNING WORKSHOPS:  Session B 
    (Choose one of 5, 6, 7, 8)

    Download workshop descriptions in PDF format 
    on one page or multi-page 

    Download speaker biographies in PDF format



    5. Lesley Livingston

    'Arc' is a Four-Letter Word: Plot Structure for the Architecturally Challenged

    (Writing, Advanced)

    No diagrams, charts or spreadsheets. Approach your plot structure organically instead of mechanically. This workshop will explore techniques and methods for building in pacing, “arc” and flow from the inside of the story outward. 

    6. Paula Wing

    Standing On Your Head: Adapting Your Work for the Stage

    (Writing, Intermediate)

    A hands-on workshop that will give you tools and techniques to adapt your novel or short story into a play or script.

    7. Ashley Spires

    The Accidental Graphic Novelist

    (Writing, Intermediate)

    Picture books and graphic novels are completely different, right? From draft, to storyboard, to final art, follow the surprisingly similar path that both mediums take on their way to becoming a finished book. 

    8. Matt James

    See What Sticks: Planning A Picture Book

    (Illustration, Intermediate/Advanced)

    Some weeks before this workshop, Matt will provide participants with a choice of classic stories to develop into a 32-page picture book, as far as they can. They’ll be expected to bring thumbnails of their story, and hopefully a few pages of linears and/or finals to the workshop for critique and discussion.


    AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS:  Session C   
    (Choose one of 9, 10, 11)

    Download workshop descriptions in PDF format 
    on one page or multi-page 

    Download speaker biographies in PDF format


    9. Teresa Toten moderates the Industry Panel

    with Susan Rich, Editor-at-Large for Little, Brown Books for Young Readers 

    and Tara Walker, Editorial Director, Tundra Books

    The panel will discuss "The State of the State" 


    10. Shelley Tanaka

    Master Level Writing: Whose Voice Is It, Anyway?

    (Writing, Advanced)

    We’ll explore how writers channel and manipulate the fictional “child’s” voice, the relationship between voice and point of view, how writers can distinguish their own writerly voice from that of their characters, and why these issues are so important for those who write for young readers. 

    11. Holly Kent

    Social Media for Authors & Illustrators: Reaching Readers Online 

    (Professional Development, Intermediate)

    This workshop is for published authors and illustrators who want to learn how to promote themselves on social media. Holly will show them how they can reach readers on the following social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram, Pinterest, Goodreads, and the 49th Shelf. 


    Claire Mackay Memorial Keynote Lecture 

    Susin Nielsen

    "Confessions of a Word Nerd"



    Download workshop descriptions in PDF format
    on one page or multi-page

    Download speaker biographies in PDF format



    A Deal You Shouldn’t Miss...

    New to CANSCAIP? Want to find out what being CANSCAIP Friend is all about? Join the community and keep growing as a writer or illustrator. Expand on what you learn from our exciting lineup of workshops and grow your network of children's culture creators as well.

    How? By joining CANSCAIP as a Friend!

    As a Friend you receive our quarterly newsletter, The CANSCAIP News, featuring profiles of our professional members explaining how they practice their craft, up-to-date marketing information and cross-country news about what’s happening in the children's literature community.

    On our website, you have access by password to a Members/Friends-only section that includes useful and informative articles plus a Critique Exchange.

    As a first-time Friend, join at the special PYI fee of $35 (regularly $45) when you send your application with your registration form.

    CANSCAIP PYI Partners

    CANSCAIP acknowledges the generous support of our conference partner Humber College School of Creative and Performing Arts.

     

    • Sunday, October 19, 2014
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • L Building, Humber College Lakeshore Campus, 21 Colonel Samuel Smith Drive, Toronto, ON, M8V 1K8
    • 1


    SOLD OUT

    But don't despair!  
    There's still hope!

    Because of demand, we're creating 
    a waiting list...and inviting another industry professional to Pitch Perfect

    To secure your spot,
    or call (416) 515-1559

    CANSCAIP 

    presents our inaugural full-day

    PYI Pitch Perfect! 

    SUNDAY October 19th, 2014

    Canada's oldest and largest conference for building the craft and business of writing, illustrating and performing children's culture has teamed up with Humber to bring CANSCAIPers a specialized PYI follow-up workshop and critique day with top editors and art directors.

    Who will benefit most? This workshop day is for CANSCAIPers who have a completed manuscript or portfolio ready to go out to market. Learn how to get your current project published, and how well it fits with industry needs. 


    From picture books to young adult novels, 
    we want to see your work!


    The morning will begin with an industry panel focused on
    CATCHING THE EDITOR/ART DIRECTOR'S EYE. 
    Michael Solomon, art director with Groundwood Books, leads a discussion with Shelley Tanaka of Groundwood Books, Stacey Roderick of KidsCan Press and Tara Walker of Tundra Books on what makes a project stand out.

    The afternoon session will include: 
    • two critique sessions with two different leaders
    • peer feedback
    • questions with your table leader
    Writers will be required to submit a short synopsis of their manuscript and a 500 word sample before the conference.

    Illustrators will develop illustrations for a piece of text over a six week period before the conference.  The finished pieces will be reviewed during the first critique session.  Personal portfolios will be reviewed during the second session.

    Additional details will be posted here and sent to participants

    CRITIQUE ROUNDTABLE LEADERS










    REGISTRATION BEGINS 9am

    PANEL 10am - 11:10am

    Roundtable One 11:30am-1pm

    Lunch (on your own) 1pm-2:15pm

    Roundtable Two 2:15pm- 3:45pm

    Final Wrapup 3:50pm-4:05pm

    The entire day, including morning coffee and tea, is only $200.00. No lunch is served; please bring your own!

    Schedule At A Glance


    Refund Policy: Cancellation fee is $45.00 before September 5. No refund after September 5.

    For more information, please email office@canscaip.org or call (416) 515-1559.

    A Deal You Shouldn’t Miss...

    New to CANSCAIP? Want to find out what being CANSCAIP Friend is all about? Join the community and keep growing as a writer or illustrator. Expand on what you learn from our exciting lineup of workshops and grow your network of children's culture creators as well.

    How? By joining CANSCAIP as a Friend!

    As a Friend you receive our quarterly newsletter, The CANSCAIP News, featuring profiles of our professional members explaining how they practice their craft, up-to-date marketing information and cross-country news about what’s happening in the children's literature community.

    On our website, you have access by password to a Members/Friends-only section that includes useful and informative articles plus a Critique Exchange.

    As a first-time Friend, join at the special PYI fee of $35 (regularly $45) when you send your application with your registration form.

    CANSCAIP PYI Partners

    CANSCAIP acknowledges the generous support of our conference partner Humber College School of Creative and Performing Arts.

       


    • Wednesday, November 12, 2014
    • 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
    • Room 224, Northern District Library, 40 Orchard View Blvd.
    War Writing - details to follow.

    ATTEND MEETINGS AT: Room 224, Northern District Library, 40 Orchard View Blvd.

    Parking: There are several Green P's within walking distance.
    Transit: Just north of the Eglinton subway stop on the Yonge line.

    • Wednesday, December 10, 2014
    • 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
    • Room 224, Northern District Library, 40 Orchard View Blvd.
    Storytelling - details to follow.

    ATTEND MEETINGS AT: Room 224, Northern District Library, 40 Orchard View Blvd.

    Parking: There are several Green P's within walking distance.
    Transit: Just north of the Eglinton subway stop on the Yonge line.
    • Wednesday, January 14, 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
    • Room 224, Northern District Library, 40 Orchard View Blvd.
    Details to follow.

    ATTEND MEETINGS AT: Room 224, Northern District Library, 40 Orchard View Blvd.

    Parking: There are several Green P's within walking distance.
    Transit: Just north of the Eglinton subway stop on the Yonge line.
    • Wednesday, February 11, 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
    • Room 224, Northern District Library, 40 Orchard View Blvd.
    Details to follow.

    ATTEND MEETINGS AT: Room 224, Northern District Library, 40 Orchard View Blvd.

    Parking: There are several Green P's within walking distance.
    Transit: Just north of the Eglinton subway stop on the Yonge line.
    • Wednesday, March 11, 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
    • Room 224, Northern District Library, 40 Orchard View Blvd.
    Details to follow.

    ATTEND MEETINGS AT: Room 224, Northern District Library, 40 Orchard View Blvd.

    Parking: There are several Green P's within walking distance.
    Transit: Just north of the Eglinton subway stop on the Yonge line.
    • Wednesday, April 08, 2015
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Room 200, Northern District Library, 40 Orchard View Blvd.
    Details to follow.

    ATTEND MEETINGS AT: Room 224, Northern District Library, 40 Orchard View Blvd.

    Parking: There are several Green P's within walking distance.
    Transit: Just north of the Eglinton subway stop on the Yonge line.
    • Wednesday, April 08, 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
    • Room 200, Northern District Library, 40 Orchard View Blvd.
    Details to follow.

    ATTEND MEETINGS AT: Room 224, Northern District Library, 40 Orchard View Blvd.

    Parking: There are several Green P's within walking distance.
    Transit: Just north of the Eglinton subway stop on the Yonge line.
    • Wednesday, May 13, 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
    • Room 224, Northern District Library, 40 Orchard View Blvd.
    Details to follow.

    ATTEND MEETINGS AT: Room 224, Northern District Library, 40 Orchard View Blvd.

    Parking: There are several Green P's within walking distance.
    Transit: Just north of the Eglinton subway stop on the Yonge line.

Past events

Wednesday, June 11, 2014 June meeting
Wednesday, May 14, 2014 May meeting
Wednesday, April 09, 2014 Toronto Meeting - April
Wednesday, April 09, 2014 CANSCAIP AGM
Wednesday, March 12, 2014 CANCELLED - Toronto Meeting - March
Monday, March 03, 2014 Writing for Children Competition
Wednesday, February 12, 2014 Toronto Meeting - February
Wednesday, January 08, 2014 Toronto Meeting - January
Wednesday, December 11, 2013 Toronto Meeting - December
Wednesday, December 04, 2013 Edmonton Meeting - December
Sunday, November 17, 2013 PYI 2013 Get Published Bootcamp
Saturday, November 16, 2013 VIRTUAL Packaging Your Imagination 2013
Saturday, November 16, 2013 Packaging Your Imagination 2013
Wednesday, November 13, 2013 Toronto Meeting - November
Wednesday, October 09, 2013 Toronto Meeting - October
Wednesday, October 02, 2013 Edmonton Meeting - October
Friday, September 20, 2013 CANSCAIP's Prairie Horizons Conference
Wednesday, September 11, 2013 Toronto Meeting - September
Saturday, August 17, 2013 August Atlantic Region Meeting
Wednesday, August 07, 2013 Edmonton Meeting - August
Saturday, July 13, 2013 July Atlantic Region Meeting
Wednesday, June 12, 2013 Toronto Meeting - June
Wednesday, June 05, 2013 Edmonton Meeting - June BBQ & Buzz
Saturday, May 25, 2013 Yes Oui CANSCAIP (CANSCAIP Quebec) Imagine A Story Conference
Monday, May 13, 2013 Toronto Meeting - May
Tuesday, May 07, 2013 May Atlantic Region meeting
Wednesday, April 10, 2013 Toronto Meeting - April
Wednesday, April 10, 2013 2013 Annual General Meeting
Wednesday, April 03, 2013 Edmonton Meeting - April
Wednesday, March 06, 2013 March Monthly Meeting
Wednesday, February 27, 2013 Montreal February Meeting
Wednesday, February 13, 2013 February Monthly Meeting
Wednesday, February 06, 2013 Edmonton Meeting - February
Wednesday, January 09, 2013 January Monthly Meeting
Wednesday, December 12, 2012 December Monthly Meeting
Wednesday, November 21, 2012 November Montreal Meeting
Wednesday, November 14, 2012 November Monthly Meeting
Saturday, November 10, 2012 Packaging Your Imagination 2012
Thursday, October 25, 2012 CANSCAIP Montreal Meeting
Wednesday, October 10, 2012 October Monthly Meeting: Illustrators Night
Wednesday, October 03, 2012 CANSCAIP Edmonton Meeting
Wednesday, September 12, 2012 September Monthly Meeting
Wednesday, June 13, 2012 June Monthly Meeting
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