At the April 2015 meeting of EAC’s Toronto branch, Nancy Foran, Elizabeth d’Anjou, Emily Dockrill Jones, and Gillian Watts spoke about their contributions to the third edition of Editing Canadian English.
From Canadianization, spelling, and abbreviations to punctuation, measurements, bilingual text, and so much more, ECE remains the essential reference for Canadian editors and writers. Available online now with a print edition launching in June, you can visit EditingCanadianEnglish.ca today and sign up for a free 30-day trial.
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