Canadian Freelance Writing Jobs

Wednesday, September 30 2009 Freelance Writing Jobs



Web Content Writer, Ottawa

Writer/Editor, Canadian Aids Treatment Information Exchange


Interview Retailer at Calgary Mall

Men’s Footwear Blog

Recipe Writer

Experienced Editor for Book

Sports Writers

Tuesday, September 29, 2009 Freelance Writing Jobs



Top Notch Sales Writer, Vancouver

Pharma Copywriter, Toronto


Ghostwriter for Entrepreneur Book, Mississauga

Writer Seeks Blogger
Note: Posted on the 22, but may still be worth sending an e-mail.


Copywriter/Web Designer

Website Copy Needed

Monday September 28th, 2009 Freelance Writing Jobs



Writing Clerks Needed, Barrie

Web Writer/Editor Toronto

Creative Writer, Sudbury

Resume Writer, Toronto

Writer/Editor, Ottawa

Senior Web Writer, CBC, Toronto


Teachers wanted as Internet Safety Writers

Regular people wanted as Internet Safety Writers

Sports Writers Wanted

Copywriter to cover Maternity Leave, Burnaby

Copywriter for Probate Estates

Writing Assistant, Vancouver

Friday September 25, 2009 Freelance Writing Jobs



CPAC Writer, Toronto

Writer with Ministerial Correspondence Experience – Ottawa

Iphone App Reviewer – Anywhere

Writers with Oncology Research Experience, Anywhere


Articles for Educational Website

Power Move Magazine Seeks Writers

Political Website Needs Writers

Break For Getting a Bit Political – Opposing the HST as Writers

If you service clients in Ontario or British Columbia, you are about to get some competition from a new tax called the HST.

I urge you to write the Ontario and BC governments if you are out of province, and in province contact your MPP.

Sample Letter

As a writer, I rely on Ontario/BC businesses for my income. If these businesses are suddenly slapped with the HST, when they were only used to paying GST before, this will be an immediate impact on their bottom line that they will feel, which may in turn translate to not purchasing my services. Real estate businesses are going to be hit particularly hard by this tax, and those clients that were in that sector were just starting to claw their way out of the recession.

The timing of this forced tax is wrong. If Ontario/BC were more prosperous, and was not trying to recover from the loss of thousands of manufacturing jobs and the global economic recession, it may have been introduced without incident. However, right now, the extra money that businesses will be spending on the HST is a huge blow to the Ontario/BC economy.

I urge you to reconsider the adoption of this tax at this point in time.

Sincere Regards,

For more on the tax see this article and many others like it: