A breakthrough on government advertising in Saskatchewan

Earlier this month, the provincial government of Saskatchewan agreed to run paid space monthly in all newspapers that are members of the Saskatchewan Weekly...

Celebrating ‘Community Newspaper Day’ in Manitoba

Manitoba MLA Greg Nesbitt made a statement in the provincial legislature last week to celebrate Community Newspaper Day and the contributions that community newspapers...

Register now for this year’s CAJ conference

This year's Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) annual conference will be held in Ottawa on April 28-29, 2017. For those two days, delegates will be immersed...

The brief moment when ‘we’ became the news

There are a few rare moments every now and again when, in the course of our daily business, we unexpectedly become 'the news'. This...

Newspapers Canada is on the move

Newspapers Canada (CCNA and CNA) is moving. Our new office address, effective July 1, 2016, will be: Newspapers Canada Canadian Community Newspapers Association Canadian Newspaper Association 37 Front...

Celebrating another year of excellence in Ontario and Quebec newspaper journalism

The nominees for this year's Ontario Newspaper Awards and Quebec Community Newspaper Awards have been released. The Ontario Newspaper Awards celebrate excellence in journalism among...

‘Local news matters’ campaign launched by Ottawa Newspaper Guild

The Ottawa Newspaper Guild has launched an advertising campaign that tells listeners that underscores the importance of local news. The Guild is composed of 85...

The BCYCNA is now the BC and Yukon Community NewsMedia Association

Last month, BCYCNA held a Special General Meeting to discuss some possible changes to our overall constitution and bylaws, and to vote on one...

CNA/CCNA speaker promotes newspapers’ vibrant future

Newspapers remain a vibrant and effective medium for advertisers, both in print and online, according to Suzanne Raitt, VP Marketing & Innovation, CNA/CCNA. In...

Earthquake page for kids available to CNA/CCNA member newspapers

CNA and CCNA member newspapers are invited to run a “Kid Scoop page” about the earthquake in Haiti – free of charge. The page...