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Canadian Freelance Guild progress update


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The guild has been busy creating resources for our members and looking for new ways to help self-employed creators during this difficult time.

How freelancers can respond to crisis in a proactive way


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Many of us have seen contracts cancelled, clients bail and projects put on indefinite hold. So how should we respond?

Canadian Freelance Guild launches


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We did it! On Wednesday, April 1st, we welcomed into the world a brand new association for freelancers. On January 14th of this year, PWAC members voted to join the independent membership of the Canadian Media Guild Freelance Branch at a new [Read the full article…]

The Born Freelancer on the COVID-19 Crisis


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Freelancers are psychologically better prepared than most to adapt to the rapidly-evolving circumstances being forced upon us. But we are also among the most easily compromised financially.

New Canadian Freelance Guild nears launch


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The nearly 400 members of the CFG will include writers, photographers, podcasters, videographers, graphic designers and more.

New association formed to represent Canadian media and communications professionals


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The membership of PWAC has voted to amalgamate with the Canadian Media Guild Freelance Branch to form the Canadian Freelance Guild.

Questions to help you reflect and plan for 2020


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There are all sorts of positive reasons to spend time reflecting on your business, asking questions and planning. Here are some prompts that will help.

Freelancer Organization Tips


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Time management, scheduling techniques and efficient administrative systems will help you stay on track and move your business to the next level.

How to know when it’s time for a refresh


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What are some signs that it’s time for people or companies to update their websites?

On Cue: Switching from Print to Podcast? It May Not Be as Big a Stretch as You Think


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The desire to create a community with a story is what often fuels such a move – and print and audio have more in common than you might think.