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What is your most trusted source for information? Coping with a world out of whack and consuming more information than ever before, our trust in information sources has been put to the test. We look at how – and why – leading Canadian media brands remain a top source of trust for consumers, and how this benefits advertisers. On that subject of trust, we are excited to invite you to take part in our new campaign about the role of print in our lives today. Stay safe, stay healthy, and stay patient for better days ahead.
BEHIND THE TREND: Media brand trust
Environment and context for content matter more than ever. Print and digital media brands provide a trusted source for consumers – and advertisers. Get the research, insights and takeaways in this second instalment of the article series exploring our 2021 media & marketing trends.
Beyond the hype: the role of influencers
To be influential, should your brand engage an influencer? From Global Voice’s latest webinar on March 25, including panellist SJC’s Jacqueline Loch, here are the top factors to consider from a B2B and B2C perspective.
5 Covid consumer trends that are here to stay
"Sustaining health & safety" and "home as the centre" are two of the trends shared by Geraldine Huse, President of Procter & Gamble and the first leader-in residence of the new Canadian Business Leadership Circle. Get all five trends. (And stay tuned for more on Canadian Business, relaunching in print and digital this fall!)
SJC has launched a new campaign to celebrate the role of print in our lives today. Share your word for the chance to win one of 25 print-themed prize bundles that includes a one-year magazine subscription, $50 gift card to a Canadian independent bookstore and digital copy of our Quill & Quire’s Books for Everybody.
Stories shaping Canadian culture and consumers from the brands of SJC Media.

Toronto Life | We have 28 people waiting for a bed: A Q&A with Michael Warner, the Toronto doctor who’s gone viral sharing his patients’ stories
Chatelaine | Why AstraZeneca's eligibility has changed In some provinces. Plus, how to get a shot
Maclean's | Asian Canadians will not be able to fight this alone: Mary Ng on anti-Asian racism
Women and the evolution of leadership in Canada: Canadian Business presents a fireside chat with Lisa Kalhans, President & CEO, Amex Bank of Canada.

Wednesday, April 28, 2021 
12:00 - 1:00 p.m. 
Restaurant resilience in Canada: TL Insider Presents: A Fireside Chat with Lola Kassim, General Manager of Uber Eats Canada, moderated by SJC Media President & Publisher Ken Hunt.
Tuesday, April 27, 2021
12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
St. Joseph Communications 15 Benton Road, Toronto