Since 1990 the Canadian Association of Learned Journals (CALJ) has served the scholarly journal publishing community. Benefits of membership include services to members of CALJ, industry initiatives for the journals, and enhanced strengths for individual journals and collective strengths for the journal community.
Join the CALJ community and strengthen the journal industry.
A new fee schedule was adopted at the 2015 Annual General Meeting. Membership is now based on revenue and no longer on circulation.
CALJ members are primarily scholarly journals in Canada but our membership is inclusive and we invite organizations within Canada and abroad to become part of the CALJ community.
Revenue and Fee:
$0 to $10K: $120
$10K to $50K: $200
$50K to $100K: $300
$100K to $200K: $350
$200K to $300K: $400
$300K to $400K: $450
$400K to $600K: $500
$600K and above: $750
Not-for-profit Journal publishers owning their own journals and/or acting as the publisher for others: $1,000
Student Journals: $75
Open Access Journals with no revenues: $100
Multi Journal Hosting Organization (not-for-profit) Independent or affiliated with a library: $600
Library (no journal hosting): $400
Individual / Industry Professionals: $60
Partners: Canadian organizations that work with Canadian not-for-profit Journals to support and promote their needs and goals: $450
CALJ-ACRS may from time to time exchange supporting relationship with likeminded organizations working to promote not-for-profit academic publishing. There will be no membership fee for such an exchange that is mutually beneficial to both organizations.