Live simply, live well.
From the easygoing pace of the country to the hustle and bustle of the city, it’s easy to incorporate the country living aesthetic into our everyday lives. And things can get pretty hectic no matter where you live, can’t they?
That’s why we’ve redesigned canadianhomeandcountry.com–to bring you all of the great features you love to see in the magazine in an easy-to-navigate format and a whole lot more!
Think of the homepage as a welcome mat that will lead you to all of our fabulous country style tips, articles and advice more easily, whether you’re looking for DIY ideas, country kitchen and bathroom style tips, antiques advice or traditional recipes.
Add your opinion to our polls or take a quiz to see how you rate in the décor department. All you need to do to enjoy these interactive features is sign up to become a member. This will also allow you to share your two cents about our articles or drop into the forums to help a fellow reader solve her design dilemmas or post photos of your latest craft project.
So relax and take a break from your busy life and get ready to be inspired. Check back often for fabulous new content and exciting contests! We’d love to hear your feedback about the site!
Web Editor, CanadianHomeandCountry.com
Canadian Home & Country: The Magazine
Launched over 20 years ago as the premier magazine about traditional Canadian homes, Canadian Home & Country, originally Century Home, has been a fixture in Canadian households ever since.
In 2000, Canadian Home & Country underwent its name change and was relaunched as Canada’s magazine about country homes and style. Building on the strong foundation of the original publication, the new Canadian Home & Country goes across the country in search of great country style, interesting people and landmark stores.
Canadian Home & Country magazine is brought to you by Transcontinental Media, a wholly owned subsidiary of Transcontinental Group, the leading publisher of consumer magazines in Canada, and the second-largest overall magazine publisher in Canada.
Through its women’s magazines, Transcontinental reaches more than 6.5 million Canadian women every month. In total, Transcontinental Media publishes 53 magazines and periodicals with a monthly readership of 11.3 million in English and French Canada and the United States, with a total annual circulation of 105 million copies. It is also the leading publisher of weekly newspapers in Quebec and second in Canada.
One of the largest commercial printers in North America, Transcontinental Group is also engaged in interactive marketing and e-commerce, and door-to-door distribution of advertising material. For more information about the company, visit Transcontinental Group’s Web site.
Transcontinental’s Class A Subordinate Voting Shares and Class B Shares are listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbols GRT.A and GRT.B.