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To Those Who Make Us Better

September 21, 2018

Our core team here at The Word On The Street Toronto work hard to grow the festival every year. But as a Nonprofit with a small team, we wouldn’t be able to do half of what we do without the partnerships that help host this huge event for Canadian literature every year.

From our media sponsors, who help get the word out; to our print sponsors, who support us in printing the thousands of programs we distribute each year; to our national and regional sponsors, who help build our community at the festival and support us in providing better programming opportunities each year; to the friends of the festival, who contribute to our space in so many ways that we couldn’t possibly name them all!

We offer our sincere thanks to each and every one of our partners, and hope that you’ll join us in acknowledging their role in the festival each year.

Our thanks to:

 

Media Sponsors

CIUT
Epoch Times
The New Classical FM
NOW Magazine
Open Book
Quill & Quire
Rabble
Toronto Star
Zoomer Radio

 

National Sponsors

Gildan
Government of Canada

 

Official Print Sponsors

Domtar
Webcom

 

Regional Sponsors

Amazon.ca
Audible
Canada Arts Council
City of Toronto
OCAF
Ontario Arts Council
Ontario Creates
Ontario Yours To Discover
Owlkids
TD
Toronto Arts Council
Toronto International Festival of Authors
Toronto Public Library

 

Francophone Sponsors

Alliance Francaise
Bureau de Quebec
Canada’s History
Counseil scolaire Viamonde
Foret de la lecture
Franc’Open Mic
Librairie Mosaique
Salon du Livre de Toronto
Théâtre français de Toronto

 

Friends of the Festival

Alexander Keith’s
BAM
Budweiser
Canadian Heritage
Cycle Toronto
Diaspora Dialogues
Hot Docs
Humber School of Writers
Ontario Science Centre
Toronto Poetry Project
The Walrus Magazine
WBIA / Waterfront Artisan Market
Writers Union