Dominique Ritter will be succeeding Robert Goyette as editor-in-chief of Reader's Digest Canada effective May 1. Ritter is currently the executive editor, having joined the magazine in 2011 from working as an editor at Spafax (now Bookmark), The Canadian Encyclopedia andAdbusters. Goyette is retiring after 30 years with Reader's Digest, the last seven as EIC.
“I’m excited to continue my work with Reader’s Digest as editor-in-chief,” says Ritter. “It’s difficult to imagine Reader’s Digest without Robert Goyette—he has been an exemplary custodian of this magazine and a thoughtful and reliable mentor. With the support of our exceptional editorial team, I will continue sharing inspiring stories with our readers, who are at the heart of what we do.”
Reader’s Digest Magazines Ltd. publishes five magazines, including Reader’s Digest, Canada’s most-read magazine, and Sélection, its French-language counterpart. They have a total print and digital average issue readership of over 5.9 million Canadians. Other magazine brands include Best Health, a healthy lifestyle magazine for Canadian women and More of Our Canada, a companion magazine to Our Canada magazine. Reader’s Digest operates a network of branded websites in Canada, including Rd.ca, besthealthmag.ca and selection.ca.
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