On behalf of everyone at CSP our heartfelt thoughts go out to all those impacted by COVID-19.

Please see a message from our Executive Director on CSP's response to COVID-19: https://buff.ly/3bhTEF5  1/n
Like you and many organizations, Canadian Science Publishing is closely monitoring the progression of the COVID-19 pandemic. 2/n
We are following the direction of our public health authorities to help slow the spread of COVID-19, and all Canadian Science Publishing staff are now practicing social distancing by working from home. 3/n
We are continuing our core operations and taking the necessary steps to meet the needs of our global network of authors, customers, and stakeholders to the extent that is within our control. 4/n
Peer review depends on a vast network of volunteers, and it is impossible to say exactly the effect the pandemic will have on that aspect of our business; we will maximize communications with that community and adjust where needed. 5/n
We are in communication with our publishing vendors and sales agents to ensure they, too, can continue to support delivery of products and services. We are also monitoring the potential impact for print operations should mail services be impacted by flight restrictions. 6/n
While it remains unclear the long-term impacts COVID-19 will have on universities, libraries & our content users, we are committed to working w/ them through these difficult times to ensure the science in our journals continues to be disseminated to those who depend on it. 7/n
We are uplifted by the compassionate support among the research, library & publishing communities. Our vision of a world where everyone is empowered by science feels exceptionally visceral at this time—we remain committed to protecting & instilling trust in scholarly research 8/n
Please do not hesitate to reach out if you have any questions.

Please take good care of yourselves and each other.


Suzanne Kettley
Executive Director, Canadian Science Publishing
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📢To assist with the dissemination of research during the global response to #COVID19, @FACETSJournal is waiving article processing charges for human #epidemiology manuscripts submitted by December 31, 2020 to the Epidemiology Subject area http://facetsjournal.com  #OpenAccess
📢 If you are unable to remotely access our online content through your institution, Canadian Science Publishing is facilitating access to articles for individuals who belong to institutions that subscribe to our journals. 1/3
If you belong to institutions that subscribe to Canadian Science Publishing's journals and require access to an article, please contact [email protected] and include the article DOI and title, and journal. 2/3
If you need assistance with off-site access to Canadian Science Publishing's journal articles through your institution’s online web proxy, please contact your institution’s librarians. For more info on accessing articles, please see our COVID-19 Update https://buff.ly/3c90AF2  3/3
📢 As of April 3, 2020, Canadian Science Publishing has stopped production and delivery of print journals until further notice. We apologize for this temporary pause in service. For more information, please see our COVID-19 Update https://buff.ly/3c90AF2 
📢 We are committed to remaining communicative and compassionate with authors, reviewers, and editors. If you need an extension, or need to recuse yourself, please contact the journal Editorial Office and we will make accommodations. More info: https://buff.ly/3c90AF2 
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