(Did you mean fans in Canada?)
A fanzine published in the 1940s by Beak Taylor. It was titled Eightball for the first three issues. In 1949, Ed McKeown became editor for two issues before turning it over to Gerald Steward. Subsequently, at some point, it was turned over to Bill Grant who renamed it Canfan.
|1||February 1943||20||titled Eightball|
|4||September 1943||18||now titled Canadian Fandom|
|16||July 1949||28||ed. now Ned McKeown|
|18||September 1953||23||ed. now Gerald Steward|
|33a||February 1957||15th anniversary issue; contains Leslie Croutch’s repellently salacious “Torcon Memories.”|
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