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Chatelaine Magazine, a Canadian women's magazine, was started by MACLEAN HUNTER LTD in 1928 with a circulation of 57 053.
A dozen other magazines had died owing to the domination of US magazines on newsstands (1961) and to over 50% of Canadian advertising dollars flowing into Time and Readers' Digest.
Chatelaine survived by responding more rapidly than its US competitors to the concerns of women joining the work force and the beginning of the WOMEN'S MOVEMENT, with articles on equal pay, child abuse, abortion and the poverty of women, as well as traditional service articles geared to the working woman's life.
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 Chatelaine Magazine | Chatelaine | Canadian Magazine | Canadian Magazines | Canadians: MagazineCity
Chatelaine Magazine is Canada's leading women's magazine providing the with relevant information, ideas and solutions.
Chatelaine is the number one Canadian magazine for women, bringing the most relevant information, ideas, and solutions to the difficulties of living in this fast-paced modern world.
Chatelaine Magazine is the authority on food, family, money, work, and technology—making sense of the constant barrage of change that comes at us on a daily basis.
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 Absolute's Chatelaine (French) Magazine Offers
Chatelaine Magazine is Canada's leading women's magazine providing the with relevant information, ideas and solutions in the French language.
Submit your comments to share with other potential readers regarding this magazine, it's editorial content, and overall value.
The magazine of culture formation among the seriously hip.
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 Here Magazine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Chatelaine has a circulation of 800,000 and boasts a readership of four million, so Pittaway’s words are indeed read by women everywhere in Canada.
When asked in what direction she plans to take the magazine when she dons the editor-in-chief’s hat, Pittaway says she’s not “swooping in to change everything” because Chatelaine is already a hugely popular magazine and there isn’t much that needs to be ameliorated.
She says women’s magazines used to speak to readers as teachers, telling them the right way to cook, the right way to treat your husband, the right way to raise your kids, and so on, but Chatelaine has evolved since then.
www.herenb.com /moncton/issues/0132/chatelaine.html   (785 words)

 Comments on 9814 | Ask MetaFilter
Chatelaine is now the kind of magazine that your mother gets (at least my mom does) full of makeovers and recipies, but it used to be hip and progressive back in the day, apparently.
Chatelaine...", is a fantasy fulfillment, she's become that glamourous person living in the big city that she dreamed about, back in early seventies Consort, Alberta.
First published as Miss Chatelaine in 1964, the magazine changed its name in 1979, and has grown into the major voice of fashion, beauty and style it is today.
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The magazine appeals to women of all ages who are fierce, funny, and not afraid of the f- word: feminism.
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 Hard times at Chatelaine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Chatelaine's success stems from an extraordinary relationship with its readers, which in the past has given it an uncanny ability to gauge exactly what Canadian women want to read about and to change as its readers do.
By then, the moms and daughters who had treated Chatelaine as their bible in the '60s and '70s were getting older, and if the magazine was to survive, it needed to reach out to women in their early 20s while still keeping 25- to 49-year-olds happy.
This was the magazine that Chatelaine managing editor Kim Pittaway took over in June 2004, when Maynard announced her retirement.
www.canada.com /ottawacitizen/news/arts/story.html?id=21ee289f-9884-4828-9b1f-f4eb9f045a5e   (3676 words)

 Chatelaine FAQs - Frequently Asked Questions
We print our magazine mailing labels in advance, therefore, it may take a few weeks for the change to be effective.
On your magazine mailing label, the subscription expiry date is indicated on the top right-hand corner.
Chatelaine welcomes readers' views, but letters may be edited for space and clarity.
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 Canadian publisher University of Toronto Press Online Book Catalogue
It was "Chatelaine's" highly interactive and participatory nature that encouraged what Korinek calls "a community of readers" - readers that in their very response to the magazine led to its success.
"Chatelaine" did not cling to the stereotypical images of the era, instead it forged ahead providing women with a variety of images, ideas, and critiques of women's role in society.
Chatelaine's dissemination of feminist ideas laid the foundation for feminism in Canada in the 1970s and after.
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 Chatelaine magazine subscriptions on sale.
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Chatelaine and all of the magazine names listed on this site are Trademarks of their respective companies.
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 New Resource on Women's Health - Press Releases - Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada
Chatelaine Good Health encourages Canadian women to take a closer look at what they can do to improve their own health.
Chatelaine Publisher, Kerry Mitchell says “We are thrilled to be partnering with the Heart and Stroke Foundation.
In addition to the magazine, both Chatelaine and the Heart and Stroke Foundation are collaborating on a number of Web-based activities and events throughout September.
ww2.heartandstroke.ca /Page.asp?PageID=33&ArticleID=4185&Src=news&From=SubCategory   (651 words)

 Chatelaine Feedback Panel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Each month, we invite selected panel members to share their views on a variety of topics, including the current issue of Chatelaine and the latest content on chatelaine.com.
You may also be invited to feedback on potential new products from Chatelaine or the efforts of our advertising partners*.
The Research Department at Chatelaine then ensures that your views directly inform the development of the magazine, the Web site, and other new offerings from Chatelaine.
www.chatelainefeedbackpanel.com /R.aspx?a=11   (353 words)

 Chatelaine calls Ruth's Hemp Dressings one of Top Ten Health Buys
Chatelaine calls Ruth's Hemp Dressings one of Top Ten Health Buys In its August 2002 edition, Chatelaine, Canada's leading women's magazine, called Ruth's Hemp Dressings one of its Top Ten Health Buys.
Besides the taste attributes, Chatelaine was impressed the certified organic hemp oil that is the base of Ruth's Hemp Dressings.
A few days after the magazine appeared on the newsstands, the host of Breakfast TV in Toronto was raving about the great taste of Ruth's dressings.
www.hempreport.com /newsreleases/ruthshemp071202.html   (402 words)

 Mental Health Notes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Chatelaine will help promote the organization through the magazine and its website, and will donate the proceeds of the sales of T-shirts celebrating the annual theme 'Your Healthiest Year Ever' to CMHA National.
Chatelaine is also a media sponsor of Mental Health Tune Up, the public education event organized by CMHA Ontario and the Ontario Psychological Association (see www.mentalhealthtuneup.ca).
Chatelaine is the most well-known magazine for Canadian women, with a 75-year history and a total monthly readership of more than 1.5 million.
www.ontario.cmha.ca /content/reading_room/mhnotes.asp?cID=4630   (2431 words)

 CNW Group
Acting on her commitment to continually raise the bar for the magazine's readers in print and online, Angel continues to tap the country's best publishing talent.
Before assuming the Art Director position at the magazine, Williamson was the creative director at Toro Magazine.
For more than 75 years, Chatelaine magazine has been building communities while providing leading-edge insights into women's foremost concerns in the areas of health, food, social issues, décor, fashion and beauty.
www.newswire.ca /en/releases/archive/September2006/20/c8109.html   (400 words)

 globeandmail.com: New Chatelaine editor named
During a stint at Saturday Night magazine, she produced stories on art, social issues, politics, interiors, lifestyle, fashion, food and gardening, and wrote a monthly food column for the National Post.
Chatelaine is in the midst of a boom: The Print Measurement Bureau's 2006 figures show readership up 4 per cent over 2005, to nearly 4.5 million.
Masthead magazine reported that Chatelaine's 2005 revenues were up 8.6 per cent over the previous year.
www.theglobeandmail.com /servlet/story/LAC.20060526.CHATELAINE26/TPStory/National   (422 words)

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Châtelaine Magazine is Canada's leading women's magazine providing relevant information, ideas and solutions in the French language.
Châtelaine est le magazine feminin authentique, accessible et actuel.
Cover images and magazine names are copyrighted and/or trademarked by their respective owners and are used under "Fair Use" provisions.
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 This Magazine: Contributors
Doris Anderson Doris Anderson was editor of Chatelaine magazine for 25 years where she changed it from a conventional to a feminist magazine.
Joyce Byrne This Magazine’s totally stylin’ former publisher Joyce Byrne began her ascent to fame and world domination when she was born in Ireland, the home of Colin Farrell.
Jeremy Gans Jeremy Gans was an intern at This Magazine in 2002.
www.thismagazine.ca /contributors   (6593 words)

 Robert Fulford's column about Chatelaine magazine
They decided that putting out a magazine was an abstract art, emotionally unconnected to subject matter, and that any good journalist could do just about any job.
In her history of Chatelaine she speculates at one point on whether the lesbian orientation of the art director affected the choice of cover models.
She tells us that in 1958, when Chatelaine was sickly, its famously nationalist owners turned for help to the Motivational Research Institute of New York, headed by Dr. Ernst Dichter, then notorious for allegedly influencing consumers through devious Freudian strategies.
www.robertfulford.com /Chatelaine.html   (917 words)

 Chatelaine magazine - "Breastfeeding Sucks" cover story - MotheringDotCommune Forums
I am getting the impression that some magazines delibarately edit articles to be more controversial from time to time, in order to get more exposure and publicity, possibly.
I think it makes a difference whether the author is sincerely stating her views, or the article has been spun to make it more controversial than it may have originally been.
If it was the former I would write to the magazine criticizing the author and their choice to publish something like that.
www.mothering.com /discussions/showthread.php?t=542422   (3096 words)

 Amazon.com: Chatelaine food express Quickies 2 veggies and more: Books: Chatelaine,Monda Rosenberg   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
This is the fourth title in the bestselling Chatelaine Food Express series, in the easy-to-use format that distinguished the bestselling Quickies.
This is a wonderful addition to the Chatelaine Food Express series, and is sure to please the many fans who bought the first three volumes.
Monda Rosenberg, Food Editor of Chatelaine, author of The New Chatelaine Cookbook, co-author of The New Vitality Cookbook, and author of the Chatelaine Food Express series, Quickies, Quickies 2: Veggies and More, Quickies Pasta, Sizzlers, Sweeties, Starters, and Quickies Chicken, is a Canadian authority on food.
www.amazon.com /Chatelaine-food-express-Quickies-veggies/dp/0771075936   (815 words)

 Fauna News - Testing Compassion
She confessed her turmoil to a close friend who talked her out of leaving and sent her a copy of Earthwatch Magazine, a publication about international conservation.
In it, Grow found a notice for the Caring for Chimpanzees Research Mission in Washington, D.C., where Roger Fouts, the primatologist who had taught American Sign Language to chimpanzees, would be speaking.
Later, she went to a conference where Goodall and Fouts were both speaking, which only strengthened her conviction.
www.faunafoundation.org /ff/english/news/media/chatelaine-july2004.html   (2607 words)

 CBC.ca Arts - Sara Angel to take helm of Chatelaine
Chatelaine is "my mother's magazine" and "my grandmother's magazine," Angel said in an interview, pledging to keep the magazine relevant to a new generation of women.
She said she will be working with Chatelaine staff to determine any new look or direction for the magazine.
In the late 1990s, she wrote for Saturday Night magazine on art, social issues, politics, lifestyle, food and gardening.
www.cbc.ca /arts/story/2006/05/25/sara-angel.html?ref=rss   (1445 words)

 CBC: Life And Times
Under her leadership, amid the usual recipes and fashion tips, the magazine carried articles on the problems of working mothers, pay equity, abortion, divorce and family violence.
In the 1960’s, Chatelaine was one of the few places where women could sample feminist ideas.
The political fallout led to the clause in the constitution that simply states that men and women are equal under the law.
www.cbc.ca /lifeandtimes/anderson.html   (348 words)

As the editor for a magazine whose prime target population is women, I am surprised you do not have your articles researched more carefully when reporting on an illness that primarily affects women as do other illnesses such as arthritis and rheumatism.
There is a wealth of published research findings that prove this but Chatelaine not only failed to inform its readers of this, but wrote an article supporting the erroneous premise that this illness is psychological in nature.
This is a joke - which unfortunately Chatelaine has made at the expense of people who are truly ill and unable to work.
www.ncf.carleton.ca /ip/social.services/cfseir/naneir/historical/marjchat.html   (1644 words)

 Lois Macaulay Interior Design - Toronto Interior Designer
Her own furniture designs were featured in Style-At-Home Magazine and on set of The Shopping Channel for Joan Rivers.
Chatelaine Magazine is featuring her bedroom design for one of Hollywood's young stars in next October's issue.
Also soon in Chatelaine a profile on her design business.
www.loismacaulay.com   (284 words)

 Pronto - chatelaine
An ornate, braided pattern trimmed in precious platinum is a stunning contrast on crisp white bone china.
On the Masters Bone Shape, Chatelaine Gold and Platinum are two understated, banded patterns wh...
Chatelaine Magazine Get 13 Issues Delivered $64 Mag for Canadian Women.
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 LYDIA NEILSON'S REPLY TO CHATELAINE MAGAZINE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
As a magazine for women, you had the opportunity to print a scientifically-correct article on an illness that affects approximately 800,000 people to different degrees.
In view of the above, we are left with the impression that Chatelaine is unsympathetic to the disabled community.
By stating that a good attitude cures Ms Elliott-Gibson of Fibromyalgia, it will be only a matter of time before this same reasoning can be used for other illnesses too.
www.ncf.ca /ip/social.services/cfseir/naneir/historical/chaterpl.html   (520 words)

 Letter to Chatelaine on Natural Doctors   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Chatelaine Magazine's new look - boosts medical quackery to new lows.
This issue focuses on three M.D.'s who according to author Jacqueline Swartz, must have added "tools from complementary medicine to their fl bags".
But, then again, your magazine takes tobacco advertising every month from Matinee, which is as we all know a naturally occuring nicotine containing product.
www.healthwatcher.net /Quackerywatch/Alternative-medicine/ltr990417chatelaine.html   (516 words)

A monthly magazine covering decorating possibilities for the home, Romantic Homes is geared toward women and their desires to create a warm and intimate environment.
Additionally, Chatelaine offers authors the opportunity to resell their work to other publications through a UK syndication agency.
Snapshot: Spotlighting the arts, history and culture of the British county of Lincolnshire, this magazine is published monthly and welcomes local contributors.
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