Advertising with CMAJ

Three types of advertising are available.

Product display advertising

CMAJ accepts display advertising for products and services of interest to physicians. See the Print Media Kit for pricing information, sizing, issue dates and deadlines for submission.

2017 Print media kit
Digital specifications for display ads
Information for producing PDFs

Career/classified advertising

CMAJ has the most comprehensive career/classified advertising section for the medical profession in Canada. Categories include positions vacant and practice opportunities, conferences, continuing professional development and medical education, locum tenens, real estate and more. See our rate card for pricing information, specifications, issue dates and deadlines for submission.

2017 Career/Classified advertising rate card
Digital specifications for career/classified advertising

Banner advertising

Banner advertising is available on selected pages. See our media kit for pricing information and specifications are available in.

2017 Digital media kit


Format GIF or JPG
Size 728 × 90 pixels (leaderboard), 160 x 200-600 (tower)
Resolution 72 dpi
URL If you want your ad to click through to your website, users must be able to return to using the Back button.


For career/classified advertising
Canadian Medical Association
1867 Alta Vista Dr., Ottawa, ON K1G 5W8
Tel 613-731-8610; 800-663-7336
Laurie x8460/ Susan x8475

For product display advertising
CMA Publications
20 Burnhamthorpe Park Blvd., Etobicoke, ON  M9A 1H9
Tel 416-850-1485

Blair Graham, Director, sales
Cell 416-560-0202

Trish Sullivan, Senior Sales
Cell 905-330-8770


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for more information about sponsorship and advertising.

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