How do I write a letter to the editor?
Simple: Send your thoughts or comments to kerry (at) watercanada (dot) net. Please include your contact information, short bio, and a high resolution headshot.
Does Water Canada accept editorial submissions?
Yes. All story ideas or pitches should be sent to Water Canada’s editor.
What are your editorial guidelines?
Contributors might find it helpful to look through past issues of the magazine to get a feel for our style and the content we publish. Articles must make reference to the Canadian water sector and be unique to our publication. They must also be vendor neutral. All articles should conform to Canadian Press style and should be sent as non-formatted word documents. Submissions should avoid business jargon, such as “think outside the box,” “paradigm shift”, “win-win,” “tear down the silos,” and “not a silver bullet.”
What are the deadlines for each issue?
Editorial and advertising deadlines (subject to change) can be found in our media kit.
In what format are submissions accepted?
Please send any submissions as non-formatted word documents, and send images (with credits) as separate attachments. Images should be sent as high resolution (300 dpi at 100 per cent) jpg or tif files.
How can I get a copy of a back issue?
Missed a story you were looking forward to reading? Just contact james (at) actualmedia (dot) ca to order a print or digital issue from our archives.