From coast to coast
EAC has 11 regional branches and twigs across the country, providing a range of local programming and services to both members and non-members.
Contact the branch or twig nearest you for information about meetings, seminars and job hotlines.
For further information about national activities such as the annual conference, certification or the Tom Fairley Award, contact the EAC national office in Toronto.
Download EAC's 2012–13 Annual Report (PDF, 709 KB).
The Editors' Association of Canada/Association canadienne des réviseurs (EAC) promotes professional editing as key in producing effective communication. Our 1,500 members, both salaried and freelance, work with individuals in the corporate, technical, government, not-for-profit and publishing sectors.
EAC sponsors professional development seminars, promotes and maintains high standards of editing and publishing in Canada, establishes guidelines to help editors secure fair pay and good working conditions, helps both in-house and freelance editors to network, and cooperates with other publishing associations in areas of common concern.
The association is incorporated federally as a not-for-profit organization and is governed at the national level by an executive council.
EAC is a member of the
EAC members are also affiliate members of CHRC with discounted access to training and career development materials.
Every person has a right to equal treatment from the Editors' Association of Canada with respect to services, goods and facilities, without discrimination because of race, ancestry, place of origin, colour, ethnic origin, citizenship, creed, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, family status or disability.
Each request for accommodation will be reviewed under the relevant code on an individual basis. Reasonable accommodation will be made, providing such accommodation does not cause undue hardship to EAC and EAC's membership.
Requests for accommodation should be confidentially directed to the national executive council secretary.