Newspapers Canada’s Cross Country Check-in

The Athabasca Advocate, an award-winning weekly newspaper in Alberta, unveiled a significantly redesigned print product this week. Bearing a new logo, and front page design, the...

Recapping the 2016 ONA Conference

Attention editors, writers, publishers! Last week the Online News Association held its annual meeting in Denver, Colorado. On the docket were in-depth discussions about the...

David Akin named senior political reporter at the National Post

Award-winning reporter David Akin is returning to the National Post’s Parliamentary Bureau as the paper’s new senior political reporter. Akin has been reporting on...

Torstar launching new food publication this fall

Torstar’s content division is launching a new quarterly magazine titled Food T.O. The food-focused publication is a partnership between Star Metro Media and publisher...

Op-Ed: Helping Newspapers Isn’t Expensive

“In the current hand wringing over the future of newspapers, a lot of commentators are simply throwing up their hands,” writes Winnipeg Free Press...

Newspapers reflect on Canada’s changing media landscape

Despite a challenging start to the year in 2016, publications across the country are spreading the word about the enduring strength of Canadian newspapers. Publications large...

CAJ Ethics Committee releases new report on sexual assault complainants in...

The Canadian Association of Journalists’ Ethics Advisory Committee has released a new discussion paper on the media’s coverage of sexual assault complainants. In light...