Torcon 3 would like to thank the following Sponsors for their generous contributions to our convention. Their support has allowed us to bring our members additional benefits and activities that otherwise would not have been possible.
TOR Books, an imprint of Tom Doherty Associates, LLC, is a New York-based publisher of hardcover and softcover books, founded in 1980 and committed (although not limited) to SF and fantasy literature. Between our extensive hardcover and trade-softcover line, our Orb backlist program, and our stronghold in mass-market paperback, we annually publish what is arguably the largest and most diverse line of SF and fantasy ever produced by a single English-language publisher. Books from Tor have won every major award in the SF and fantasy fields, and for the last fifteen years in a row we have been named Best Publisher in the Locus Poll, the largest consumer poll in SF.
The Bantam Dell Publishing Group
Random House of Canada was established in 1944 as the Canadian distributor of Random House Books. In 1986 the company established its own indigenous Canadian publishing program that has become one of the most successful in Canadian history.
MCI Canada is a leader in providing converged communication solutions to the Canadian business community. We offer a comprehensive portfolio of local-to-global business data and Internet services enabling businesses to increase productivity and profitability through IP technology. Customers can also rely on our unparalleled technical resources, people and experience. Because we are focused solely on the needs of business, we can provide customers with personalized attention for their business-critical Internet and Data applications.
Toronto Entertainment District Association is simply just that—an entertainment district. For within eight square blocks, 'The District,' as it is commonly called, offers myriad restaurants, attractions, shopping, accommodations, sports, and, of course, live theatre.
Space: The Imagination Station
Put the fun back into your
television movie watching with Drive-In Classics -- a celebration of the
funny, entertaining and sometimes provocative drive-in movies of the '50s,
'60s and '70s. Drive-ins represent one of the last great icons from the
golden era, an innocent period of North American culture defined by the
emergence of baby-boomer teens as consumers of pop culture and their love
affair with chrome-plated automobiles.
Last updated: 24 August 2003
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