Canadian Mennonite Publishing Association, Inc.

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Type of entity

Corporate body

Authorized form of name

Canadian Mennonite Publishing Association, Inc.

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Other form(s) of name

  • Canadian Mennonite Association

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Description area

Dates of existence

1962-1971

History

"The Canadian Mennonite" newspaper was founded in October 1953 by D.W. Friesen and Sons. In October 1962, the Canadian Mennonite Association, an inter-Mennonite, non-profit group of shareholders, became the paper's publisher. On 5 Apr 1967, the Association was incorporated in Manitoba as the Canadian Mennonite Publishing Association, Inc.

Membership in the Association consisted of individuals or organizations who had pledged $100 or more. The Association met annually and elected a board that met semi-annually. The board elected executive, editorial, and business committees.

"The Canadian Mennonite" ceased publication on 19 Feb 1971 due to financial difficulties. It was succeeded by the Canadian Mennonite Publishing Service, which published the Mennonite Reporter.

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Authority record identifier

CA-MAO XV-19

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Status

Final

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Maintenance notes

  • Clipboard

  • Export

  • EAC