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[[Canzine]] has been held annually in Toronto, Ontario, since 1999. In 2005, a side-a-long conference called Canzine West was added in Vancouver, British Columbia. Canzine is produced by [[Broken Pencil Magazine]].  
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[[Canzine]] has been held annually in Toronto, Ontario, since 1999. In 2005, a side-a-long conference called Canzine West was added in Vancouver, British Columbia. Canzine is produced by [[Broken Pencil Magazine]].  
  
In 2006, three Canzines are planned:
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Canzine is billed as "Canada's Largest Zine Fair and Festival of Alternative Culture." The event includes over 150 zine booths, panel discussions, film screenings, and workshops.
* on October 21 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
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  * on October 22 in Vancouver, BC, Canada
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* on October 29 in Toronto, ON, Canada
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== History ==
 
== History ==

Latest revision as of 10:35, 16 November 2009

Canzine has been held annually in Toronto, Ontario, since 1999. In 2005, a side-a-long conference called Canzine West was added in Vancouver, British Columbia. Canzine is produced by Broken Pencil Magazine.

Canzine is billed as "Canada's Largest Zine Fair and Festival of Alternative Culture." The event includes over 150 zine booths, panel discussions, film screenings, and workshops.

History

Please add how/why/when this event started, and its creators, along with any other relevent information.

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