As a contribution to addressing the disruption caused by the COVID-19, the Canadian Journal of Communication will open access immediately to its recent Volume 44 Number 2 Mediating Disease Cultures. In addition, CJC will provide free access for one year to any student or researcher who requests access to undertake research focused on COVID-19 or the issues surrounding pandemics. Please contact to obtain the one-year access by attesting to your research focus.  
Posted: 2020-04-03


The COVID-19 virus is disrupting the lives of many of us. In particular, those with children and eldercare responsibilities may find themselves suddenly unable to work in a normal fashion.  
Posted: 2020-03-16 More...

Policy Portal CFP: Policy Portal Online at CJC


The Policy Portal aims to provide a space for publishing timely research based on policy contributions and analysis. It is devoted to raising awareness of communication policy issues amongst Canadian communication studies scholars, facilitating discussion and analysis, and coordinating intervention. Watch for these articles online:

Posted: 2019-06-07 More...

Policy Portal CFP: Call for Papers


Canadian Journal of Communication Policy (CJC) Portal - Call for Submissions: Toward a Canadian Digital and Data Strategy

Posted: 2018-09-04 More...

CJC: Free Subscriptions to New Canadian Scholars

The Canadian Journal of Communication is reviving its "New Scholar Program." Through this program CJC will award a one-year free online subscription to new professors in their first year of a tenure track position at Canadian Universities.  
Posted: 2011-07-22 More...

CJC: New Books for Review


We have some new books available for review!

You can view the full list as well as request a book for review online.

With most titles, our book review editors can send you a copy for review.

Posted: 2010-10-08 More...
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