Quebec’s oldest weekly newspaper ceases regular publication

The Stanstead Journal, Quebec’s oldest weekly newspaper, printed its last weekly edition Wednesday. In a note on Page 3, the...

Newspapers are invited to enter the 2015 Canadian Online Publishing Awards

The 2015 Canadian Online Publishing Awards (COPAs) are now open for entries. The final submission deadline for this year’s...

Experience east coast hospitality at INK+BEYOND

Newspapers Canada invites you to mix business with pleasure at this year’s INK+BEYOND newspaper conference in beautiful Charlottetown, PEI....

Nielsen research finds six in ten adults globally trust newspaper ads

Nielsen’s 2015 Global Trust in Advertising Study finds that while there isn’t one simple rule for maximizing advertising effectiveness...

What the federal government is doing to support news publishers during the COVID-19 pandemic

The text below is a news release from the Department of Canadian Heritage that was released this afternoon.   GATINEAU, March...

Toronto Sun baseball columnist wins award

Longtime Toronto Sun baseball columnist Bob Elliott is the recipient of the 2010 Jack Graney Award. The award honouring...

Postmedia making local news more visible

Four widely-distributed Postmedia daily newspapers have announced plans to spotlight the majority of local news in the 'A' sections...

This week’s featured course on Newspaper Training: Video Story Forms and Editorial Planning

As newsrooms produce more video, early results are often a mixed bag. In this module, Michael Roberts provides viewers...

CJF J-Talk explores New Media, New Models

For its November 8 J-Talk, The Canadian Journalism Foundation brings together some of the latest arrivals to Canada's media landscape to explore the challenges of...

The Prince Albert Daily Herald moves to morning delivery

In Saskatchewan, The Prince Albert Daily herald will be moving to a morning delivery schedule starting July 22. “All...