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All food and non-alcoholic drinks broadcast script clearances have been transferred from the Department of Consumer and Corporate Affairs to the Canadian Advertising Foundation.The script clearance work is based on cost recovery: clients will be billed $25 for each evaluated script...

All food and non-alcoholic drinks broadcast script clearances have been transferred from the Department of Consumer and Corporate Affairs to the Canadian Advertising Foundation.

The script clearance work is based on cost recovery: clients will be billed $25 for each evaluated script plus gst.

According to Susan Burke, caf’s vice-president, advertising standards, caf will maintain the federal department’s clearance requirements and process scripts using the Guide for Food Manufacturers and Advertisers.

The changeover began Oct. 5 after a one-month training period of new CAF Food Section staff by a Consumer and Corporate Affairs representative.

The Food Section’s dedicated phone number is (416) 961-3663.

è The Family Channel has moved.

Its new mailing address is BCE Place, 181 Bay St., P.O. Box 787, Toronto, Ont. M5J 2T3. Its new visitors’ address is 36 Yonge St., Second floor, Toronto.

è Profit magazine is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a special cover and a look back at its development.

To mark its first 10 years, the magazine has a special gatefold front cover paying tribute to Profit’s entrepreneurs of the decade.

Lexus, the expensive division of Toyota, has bought the reverse side of the gatefold.

Profit began as The Magazine That’s All About Small Business. It was renamed in 1990.

As part of its celebrations, the magazine is donating a portion of its ad revenue from this issue to the Centre for Entrepreneurship Education and Research at Ryerson Polytechnical Institute in Toronto.

Profit is published four times a year by CB Media in Toronto. Its latest issue – Fall – is out now. It is read by more than 100,000 owner/presidents of businesses with annual revenues of between $1 million and $25 million.

è Maclean Hunter has completed its acquisition of Southam’s Business Forms and Specialty Printing Group.

No financial details were released, although Southam says proceeds from the transaction will be used to pay down corporate debt.

mh acquired the Southam group through two subsidiaries. Data Business Forms bought Canadian Business Forms and Specialty Printing Group. In the u.s., Transkrit acquired Bedinghaus Business Communications of Cincinnati, Ohio.

The Canadian printer has its head office in Brampton, Ont. It produces paper-based stock and custom business forms, pressure-sensitive labels, financial and security documents, and electronic forms and Forms Automation Systems.

Transkrit has its headquarters in Brewster, n.y.

è All-Canada Radio, a division of Rogers Broadcasting, has signed a deal to be the exclusive representative of Katz Radio Group client stations to ad agencies and advertisers in Canada.

The Katz Radio Group has about 1,600 stations in the u.s.

The Katz Radio Group has five separate radio representation companies: Banner Radio, Christal Radio, Eastman Radio, Katz Radio and Katz Hispanic Radio Sales.

Still with the empire of communications czar Ted Rogers, Rogers Cablesystems is supporting Child Find by printing on the back of its monthly statement envelopes photographs of missing children.

The envelopes feature a different child each month, from towns across Canada. Each will be seen by 950,000 Rogers Cablesystems customers.

Rogers’ Child Find began in September with a photo of Nicole Morin, missing from her Toronto home since 1985.

The missing child for October is Michael Dunahee from Victoria.

On any given day in Canada, 1,800 children are listed as missing.

Child Find began in Calgary in 1983 and works to prevent abduction, to educate parents and children about protective strategies, and to help search for missing children.

è An official Stanley Cup 100th Anniversary Commemorative magazine is due to skate onto newsstands next month.

The perfect-bound magazine will look back in pictures and words on the history of the oldest trophy in professional sport, a $50 gift in 1893.

Also featured will be standout coaches, styles of play used by Stanley cup winners and the less well-known players who have played for hockey’s top prize.

Montreal’s aaa won Lord Stanley’s cup first. Later Montreal teams have also won it more than any other.

The Stanley Cup magazine is published by Canadian Controlled Media Communications.