The Canadian Medical Association Journal offers a strong endorsement of open access for medical publishing, yet Open Medicine and the Public Library of Science rightly note that there are important differences between free access (which CMAJ provides) and open access (which it does not).
Archive for July 4th, 2007
The Tyee examines some of the documents that shed light on the Canadian newspaper business posted by the U.S. Department of Justice in the Conrad Black case.
Statistics Canada is out this morning with data on television broadcasting revenues for 2006. Operating revenues topped $6 billion and the industry experienced the third largest annual gain over the past ten years.
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