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Who is the targeted audience?
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Advertising:
Q: Who publishes Canadian Investment Review?
A: Canadian Investment Review is owned by  Transcontinental Media G.P.

Q: Who is the targeted audience?
A: The website investmentreview.com is the home of Canadian Investment Review, Canada’s top destination for institutional investors. Canada’s leading finance experts provide insight and analysis through news, blogs and conference coverage.

Q: Who do I contact to receive a media kit?
A: Contact Alison Webb, Group Publisher, at 416-847-8578 or e-mail alison.webb@tc.tc.

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Q: Who do I contact to change my email address or cancel my enewsletter?
A: To update your email address or to cancel your enewsletter, please contact: etcmcontact.ca@kckglobal.com.

Q: How often is the Canadian Investment Review eNewsletter delivered?
A: The Canadian Investment Review enewsletter is delivered 2x weekly.

Editorial:
Q: Who should I contact with editorial inquiries?
A: Caroline Cakebread, Editor, caroline.cakebread@rogers.com.

Reprints:
Q: Am I allowed to reproduce articles?
A: You may make one or two photocopies of an article. But if you wish to photocopy larger amounts, you must, under copyright laws, ask permission of the publisher. Please send your reproduction request stating who you are, which article you wish to reproduce, how many copies you wish to make, and to whom the copies will be distributed to alison.webb@tc.tc.

Those wishing to reference InvestmentReview.com articles online may use the first two paragraphs followed by a direct link to the story on InvestmentReview.com. Anyone reproducing articles in whole on blogs or web sites will be asked to make this change. Refusal to cooperate may result in a cease and desist.

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