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Why are there pop-up ads on Chatelaine.com?
Quite simply, in order to deliver content to our online users, Chatelaine.com requires revenue. The two main ways we derive this revenue are through the sale of online subscriptions and through advertising. Pop-ups, vokens, badges, banners and other ad formats are necessary because they ensure that we are able to fund our Web site and continue providing quality articles, news and tips to our valued readers.
For most pop-up campaigns, we limit the number of times users see each pop-up, normally to one time per visit (This is also known as frequency capping). We also give users the opportunity to control when and how many times they see a certain pop-up. Every pop-up on our site is equipped with a “Show me later” link which will display the pop-up on this same page during another visit, but not during the next visit. There is also a “Don’t show me again” link which will not display on the same page again. Keep in mind that for the frequency capping and “Show me later” and “Don’t show me again” options to work, you must have your cookies turned on.
Why am I having problems viewing or entering a contest?
Why is the contest not open in the province of Quebec?
Provincial laws regulate contest entry rules. As a result, not all contests can be made available in all provinces.
How do I signup for Chatelaine newsletters, forums, etc?
Please visit the Chatelaine registration page and fill in all manditory fields (if you would like to participate in our public forums please be sure to create a “Forum Screen Name”, others will see this and you will not be able to change it). Scroll down and check the newsletters you would like to receive. When done, navigate to the bottom of the form and click the “Register” button. Then check your email inbox and click the link to activate your profile.
How do I update my profile?
Login. Once logged in, please visit the profile page. Make any updates then scroll down and click “Update Profile”. Still experiencing problems? Contact our team.
How can I apply for a job or internship at Chatelaine?
JOBSFor careers and jobs, please visit Rogers.com, at the bottom of the page click “Careers”. Search for jobs with the keyword “Chatelaine”.
Chatelaine is Canada’s favourite leading women’s magazine, with a readership of almost 4 million. Joining the team as an intern is a great way for budding writers, editors, designers and marketers to hone their craft, learn about the industry, and get real-life work experience in their chosen field. Most internships are unpaid, but offer invaluable exposure to the industry and material for a portfolio.
Find your niche in one of our eight internship programs, all detailed below. We accept applications on a rolling basis throughout the year (except where noted). Please apply by emailing your cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You are fascinated with fashion, with a keen interest in the style industry, the ability to work well with others, and naturally organized and detail-oriented. The successful candidate will be available four days a week over a four-month period.
Style interns run our fashion closet, cataloguing samples, tracking clothing and beauty products for photo shoots, couriering items back to vendors and maintaining contact lists for style editors. The intern may also occasionally help on-set at photo shoots. They also contact vendors to check pricing, sizing and clothing and cosmetic details to help the fact-checking department.
You have a good knowledge of local and national home retailers , a keen interest in design and decorating and a passion for magazines. You are available for a four-month period, with a minimum availability of three days of week. A car is not necessary, but definitely useful.
Home interns work closely with the home editor to help put together content and photo shoots, as well as sometimes produce and write articles for the magazine and website. The role includes general office maintenance (about 25%), correspondence and mailings (25%), assistance sourcing for and producing stories (30%) and general assistance on photo shoots (20%). Please bring a portfolio or work or magazine tears if you are contacted for an interview.
TEST KITCHEN INTERN
You have culinary training (although formal cooking school is not a must), a keen interest in magazines and publishing, and you’re highly organized and detail-oriented. Writing skills and training in nutrition is an asset. The successful candidate is available three to four days a week over a four-month period.
Test kitchen interns are an integral part of the food department. They help with recipe development and testing, writing recipes, blogging for chatelaine.com, grocery shopping, kitchen organization, occasional food styling and assisting at photo shoots.
You work well with others and have a keen eye for detail and a strong sense of typography, balance and white space in design. You’re also proficient in Adobe Creative Suite. The successful candidate must be available full-time for a three to four-month period.
Art interns work closely with the entire art department to successfully design the magazine. Tasks include illustrations, maintenance of the dummy book, scanning, image research and attending in-house photo shoots. Interns may design some pages or in-house advertisements. Short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview and portfolio review.
How do I access Chatelaine online Customer Care and what are its features?
To access Chatelaine’s Customer Care, simply click here and enter your e-mail address or your 10-digit account number as it appears on your magazine mailing label, starting with 00 followed by 8 digits.
The online Customer Care Service allows you to:
- Check the status of your subscription.
- Pay any outstanding balances.
- Renew your subscription.
- Change your mailing address or your e-mail address.
- Tell us that you’ve missed an issue.
- Ask any other customer service-related question you might have.
Why can’t I access my online Chatelaine subscription account?
When entering your subscriber account number, be sure to enter all TEN digits, including all zeros. If you are entering your Chatelaine account number incorrectly or if your e-mail address is not recorded on your account, you will be asked to enter your mailing address. Please note, for security reasons, we require an exact match to your mailing label. If you are still unable to obtain access, send us an e-mail with your full name, mailing address, e-mail address and tell us your question or request. We will get back to you within two business days.
When does my first issue arrive?
After we receive your subscription order, your first issue should arrive in approximately 4 to 6 weeks. If you’ve waited 6 or more weeks without receiving an issue, please inform us via e-mail, telephone (416)764-1888 or 1(800)268-6812 or fax (416)764-2891 or 1(888)315-7747 and we will investigate it for you. Please note the toll free numbers are only accessible from Canada and United States.
How do I pay my bill online?
To process your payment online, visit our Customer Care site.
To enter this secure site, you will need to enter your e-mail address and your 10-digit account number as it appears on your magazine mailing label, starting with 00 followed by 8 digits. Next, click on “To pay for your subscription, click here” and provide us with your credit card information. If you do not see an option to pay, that means you do not have an outstanding balance.
How do I renew my subscription online?
To renew your subscription, visit our online Customer Care site. To enter this secure site, you will need to enter your e-mail address and your 10-digit account number as it appears on your magazine mailing label, starting with 00 followed by 8 digits.
If you are unable to renew your subscription in Customer Care, it is probably because your subscription isn’t close to expiring. If you would still like to take advantage of our great online offer, contact us via e-mail, telephone (416)764-1888 or 1(800)268-6812 or fax (416)764-2891 or 1(888)315-7747.
How do I change my mailing address?
To update your mailing address, visit our Customer Care site. To access your account, you will need to enter your e-mail address and your 10-digit account number as it appears on your magazine mailing label, starting with 00 followed by 8 digits. Next, click on “My address has changed”, make the necessary changes and click on the Submit button. You may also telephone (416)764-1888 or 1(800)268-6812 or fax (416)764-2891 or 1(888)315-7747 us with your old and new mailing addresses and the effective date. Please note the toll free numbers are only accessible from Canada and United States.
I changed my mailing address, but a recent issue didn’t arrive. Why?
We print our magazine mailing labels in advance, therefore, it may take a few weeks for the change to be effective. To update an address for a future date, click here to send us an e-mail.
How do I change my e-mail address?
To update your e-mail address, visit our Customer Care site. To access your account, you need to enter your old e-mail address or your 10-digit account number as it appears on your magazine mailing label, starting with 00 followed by 8 digits. Next, click on “My e-mail address has changed”, make the necessary changes and click on the Submit button.
How do I temporarily stop my delivery?
To temporarily stop your delivery service, click here to send us an e-mail.
Note: We print our magazine mailing labels in advance, therefore, it may take a few weeks for this transaction to take effect. Of course, your subscription expiry date will be automatically extended to compensate for the issues that are not mailed.
How do I replace a missing issue?
If you didn’t receive a certain issue, click here to send us an e-mail. If the issue is still available, we will mail you a replacement copy immediately; however, if we have run out of this issue, we will extend your subscription expiry date. We will follow up with you via e-mail to let you know what action we have taken.
What should I do about a damaged issue?
If you have received a damaged issue, click here to send us an e-mail. To compensate for the inconvenience, we will extend your subscription and, if the issue is still available, mail you a replacement copy immediately. We will follow up with you via e-mail to let you know what action we have taken.
How do I receive scent-free issues?
To request scent-free issues, click here to send us an e-mail.
Note: We print our magazine mailing labels in advance, therefore it may take a few weeks for this transaction to take effect. In the interim, you may pass your copy to a friend and contact us via e-mail to receive a replacement scent-free issue.
Why did I receive duplicate issues?
If you have received duplicate issues, check the account numbers on your magazine mailing labels. If the numbers are identical, this is likely a one-time printing error. If the account numbers are different, please let us know via e-mail.
Note: As we print our magazine mailing labels in advance, you may continue to receive 1 or 2 more duplicate issues, but this will cease shortly. Of course, your subscription will be automatically extended to compensate for the issues that were mailed in duplicate copies.
How can I purchase a back issue?
To purchase single copies of any of our titles please call:1-866-301-4414 (Canada and U.S.A. only) in Toronto 1(905) 946-1826. Hours of operation are Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM ET.
When does my subscription expire?
On your magazine mailing label, the subscription expiry date is indicated on the top right-hand corner. If your account is paid in full, this date indicates the last issue that you are entitled to receive.
The expiration date on your mailing label does not necessarily reflect a paid subscription expiry date. Once a renewal order is received, the expiry date is automatically extended to reflect the transaction regardless of payment. To get an accurate status of your account, simply click here and enter your e-mail address and your 10-digit account number as it appears on your magazine mailing label, starting with 00 followed by 8 digits. Next, click on What’s my account status?
My subscription has expired. Why am I continuing to receive the magazine?
We mail a few additional issues to our subscribers just in case they are late in renewing. If a renewal order is not received shortly after the subscription expiry date the bonus copies will cease automatically. However, if a renewal order is received, service will continue without interruption. If you do not intend to renew your subscription and you wish to terminate your service immediately, click here to send us an e-mail.
Why am I receiving renewal notices now?
We start mailing our renewal notices approximately 6 months prior to the subscription expiry date. If you wish to stop receiving the notices until closer to your subscription expiry date, click here to send us an e-mail. If you would like to cease all renewal notices, please click here to find out more about our Signature Service Program.
Why didn’t I receive a response to my e-mail within 2 business days?
Sometimes our e-mail replies to you are returned to us as “Undeliverable”. Usually, the reason for this is that your return e-mail address is entered incorrectly. If you haven’t heard from us within one week, please e-mail us again and include a telephone number. You can also contact us by telephone at (416)764-1888 or 1(800)268-6812 or by fax (416)764-2891 or 1(888)315-7747. Please note the toll free numbers are only accessible from Canada and United States.
What are the options for contacting Chatelaine Customer Care?
Online Customer Care is the fastest and easiest way to access your personal account and ask subscription questions at your convenience 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Telephone:(416)764-1888 or 1(800)268-6812 (Toll free valid only from Canada and U.S.A.)
Fax: (416)764-2891 or 1(888)315-7747
Mail: Chatelaine Subscriber Services, Box 843, Markham, ON L3P 8J9
Tell me more about Chatelaine
Chatelaine is published monthly, by Rogers Media Publishing, a Rogers Communications company.
Our postal address (for subscription information only):
Chatelaine Subscriber Services
All other mail inquiries should be sent to:
One Mount Pleasant 8th Floor Toronto, ON M4Y 2Y5 Telephone: (416)764-2000 Fax: (416)764-2431
How can I submit my story?
Please email your story ideas to email@example.com.
Do you have a guideline for new writers?
Yes, please read our Chatelaine Writers’ Guidelines.
Where do I send in a product release?
Our mailing address is:
One Mount Pleasant Road, 8th Floor
Because of our lead time, we must receive notices at least four months in advance of events or product releases. Due to the high volume of press packages, we are unable to respond to follow-up calls. But we appreciate you keeping us up-to-date and we will be in touch if we’re able to use the information in the magazine.
How do I submit a comment to the magazine’s “Your Say”?
We can only publish a few letters, but even if yours is not selected, we want to know what’s on your mind. We may need to contact you if we publish your letter, so please give us your real name, city and province – not just your e-mail address. Please note that we may also have to condense or edit your letter.
Chatelaine Your Say
One Mount Pleasant Road, 8th Floor
Why can’t I find a recipe on the Web site that appeared in Chatelaine magazine?
You should be able to find all of Chatelaine magazine’s recipes in our Recipe Finder. If you cannot find the recipe you are looking for, please conduct a detailed recipe search. You can specify by recipe title, date of the issue the recipe appeared in, ingredient, type of food, course, meal, special occasion, cooking method and more. Please be sure to check your spelling of the ingredient or title to ensure that you have spelled it correctly.
I’ve tried a Chatelaine recipe and something went wrong. Help?
If you’ve tried one of our triple-tested recipes and something went wrong, please contact our team who can assist you.
Experiencing issues with our website or newsletters
Please contact our team who can assist you.
Know more about Chatelaine
Chatelaine, Canada’s leading women’s integrated media brand, connects Canadian women to relevant information, ideas and solutions.
For more than 75 years, Chatelaine has been building communities while providing leading-edge insights into women’s foremost concerns: health, food, decor, women’s issues, work, style and beauty.
Chatelaine.com is the #1 Canadian Web site for women 18+.
Chatelaine and Chatelaine.com are flagship members of Rogers Media Publishing. Rogers Communications is Canada’s largest fully integrated communications organization with interests in the cable systems, wireless, media and telecommunication sectors.
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Chatelaine’s Model Policy
All models for Chatelaine magazine are booked through reputable modeling agencies and offices. Without exception, no individual employee, photographer, or agent will ever cold-call potential models directly on behalf of Chatelaine — whether by telephone, e-mail, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr or anywhere online. Chatelaine representatives will never contact you to request personal information related to working at Chatelaine.