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Canadian University Press fonds Series
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Subject files

This series consists of subject files and correspondence regarding all aspects of CUP administration, staffing and operations from the 1960s to 2013, including policies and practices; projects, proposals and other initiatives with partner and coll...

Campus plus

Campus plus was an advertising placement agency owned by Canadian University Press. It was established by CUP in 1981 under the auspices of Canadian University Press Media Services Limited, and ceased operations in 2013, when it declared bankrupt...


This series consists of six VHS tapes chronicling the activities of the Women's caucus, Campus plus, and the National magazine.


This series consists of graphic, textual and ephemeral material associated with the conferences, events and awards of Canadian University Press and the John H. McDonald Journalism Foundation.

Graphics exchange

This series consists of copies of issues (1980-1999) of Canadian University Press' Feature service, News exchange and Graphics exchange, both in bound and fascicle format. In the first two titles, graphics accompany relevant articles, wherea...

National conferences

This series consists of Canadian University Press annual national conference documentation, including reports, minutes, delegate binders, newsletters and working papers from 1953-2010 as well as audio cassettes from CUP annual national conferences...

Western Region of Canadian University Press

This series consists of textual material detailing the activities of the Western region of Canadian University Press (WRCUP) from 1973 to 2000. It includes financial and administrative records; conference reports and proceedings; regional newslett...

News service

This series consists of textual material, both bound and unbound, of news releases and features produced by Canadian University Press member newspapers. Issues date from 1959-2001.

House organ

This series consists of textual material comprising the internal newsletter of Canadian University Press, titled: "House organ", and served as a primary form of communication between the national office and the membership, as well as bet...

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