Emond Publishing is regarded as one of Canada's finest educational and professional publishers. We offer publications for higher education, law school, high school, and legal practice. Our commitment to customer service and our passion for developing quality print and digital resources are the reasons for our success and at the heart of what we do every day. We are focused on anticipating the changing needs of Canadian students, instructors, and legal professionals, and we are ideally suited to offer the national presence and capabilities of a larger company without sacrificing the individual attention on which we pride ourselves.



September Flash Sale 2021

The fall 24-hour flash sale is on now!

As Canada marks its first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, Emond is proud to once again support Indspire, a Canadian charity supporting Indigenous youth education initiatives in Canada.

For the next 24 hours, save 20% on all regular priced IN STOCK Emond titles with code SAVE20GIVE20. With every purchase, Emond will match your discount of 20% as donation to Indspire.

To enjoy free shipping, sign into your Emond+ account or register today.

Sale ends 11:59 p.m. EST on Thursday, September 30th, 2021.

This sale is only applicable to in-stock regular-priced products sold on emond.ca and cannot be combined with any other offer. It does not apply to products sold on emondexamprep.ca.

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Shipping Update

Shipments are leaving our warehouse within 2-3 business days. All deliveries are currently NSR. Shipments to P.O. boxes and unit numbers may take longer due to Canada Post delays.

Shipping estimates and international shipping service updates can be found here.

Service Update

Customer Service Response: Normal. You should receive a response within one business day. If you can't reach us by phone, please email orders@emond.ca.

We will update this notice as developments occur.


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