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Vendor Fair

Want to get a table?


  • Display-only tables are $250+HST.
  • There is no upfront cost for a table for vendors who are selling products or services. Instead, we take a 15% commission on your sales.


Please contact to register or for more information.

One of the highlights of every Editors Canada conference is the vendor fair. Browse, meet and mingle, and shop in between sessions and during breaks.

Exclamation Mart!Hours:

  • Saturday, June 8 — 9:45 am to 3 pm
  • Sunday, June 9 — 9:45 am to 4 pm


Vendors registered:


Exclamation Mart!ACES

AN INTERNATIONAL MEMBERS’ ALLIANCE OF EDITORS working in digital media, traditional print media, corporate communications, book publishing, academia, government, and beyond. We work at your local paper, favorite website, and Fortune 500 companies. We are freelance editors, students, and professors. We’re united by a love of language and a passion for precision.

Exclamation Mart!The Chicago Manual of Style

The Chicago Manual of Style—the undisputed authority for style, usage, and grammar—now in its 17th edition! Sound, definitive advice for students, writers, editors, and publishers. Published by the University of Chicago Press in hardcover and by subscription online. Completely searchable and easy to use, CMOS Online provides everything writers and students need. Editors Canada members SAVE 20% on all University of Chicago Press titles when you use promo code EAC20 at the CMOS Online Bookstore.

Exclamation Mart!Seeing Stars

Exclamation Mart!Kat Frick Miller

Kat Frick Miller is an artist and freelance illustrator based in Nova Scotia.

Kat's imagery is cultivated through historical and first hand research into the cultural history of a region. She collects reference material, primarily firsthand, sometimes drawing on historical documents available through research facilities. Within her art practice she is conducting research exploring the fishing trade in Newfoundland and Nova Scotia as it relates to women’s work.

Exclamation Mart!Lure Caramels

Each chocolate is crafted by hand - from start to finish. The caramel is handmade and hand poured into the molds, the chocolate is tempered and then each piece is dipped. The boxes are stamped, packed and tied all by hand! Owned, crafted, dipped, wrapped & tied by Kate Melvin.

Exclamation Mart!Doak Textiles

Exclamation Mart!Carloe Liu

Carloe (Shan) Liu is an illustrator, printmaker, and art teacher. She was born in China, studied media arts in Japan, and has a master degree in Fine Arts. In 2008 Carloe immigrate to Canada. After working as a graphic designer for years, she gave birth to her son Lufei, and started focusing on illustration. She likes to use watercolor, oil pastel, coloured pencil, and linocut print. Carloe lives in Halifax with her family.

Exclamation Mart!Pink Door Goods

These earrings are one-of-a-kind, perfectly imperfect and hand-crafted with love. Made from small batches of polymer clay that is hand mixed, they are rolled with gold, silver and bronze leaf to create unique patterns. A dome of clear resin is then applied to add shine and ensure longevity. Posts are hypoallergenic/ nickel-free and backs are made of rubber, making them the perfect treat for those with sensitive ears!

Exclamation Mart!Bookmark Halifax

We are a locally owned, independent bookstore. We are passionate about books. Since 1972 in Charlottetown and 1989 in Halifax, the Bookmark people have promoted the benefits of the written word, the beauty the book as physical object, and the value of sharing stories and ideas. We see independence as a virtue and are doing our part to keep our communities interesting.

Exclamation Mart!Woozles

Woozles was founded by Ann Connor Brimer and Liz and Brian Crocker. As well, Woozles was blessed with hiring Trudy Carey as Manager. She started before Woozles opened its doors and she stayed with us for 30 years! Ann, Liz, Brian and Trudy all had experience in teaching and working with young children and, therefore, shared the vision that Woozles be more than a store...that it be, as its byline says, "a place for and about children". With this vision, Woozles has offered workshops and served as a significant community resource for sharing information about children and supporting activities to enhance reading and family life.