Ontario businessman purchases historic newspaper

The Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph, Quebec City's only English-language newspaper, has been purchased by Ray Stanton, president of London Property Corporation in Ontario. The newspaper, which...

Telegraph Journal columnist passes away

Political columnist Don Hoyt passed away at the age of 76. Hoyt began his newspaper career at the Telegraph Journal (NB) in 1952...

Toronto Star announces editorial staff shuffle

Toronto Star editor Michael Cooke has announced several editorial staff changes at the publication. Mike Simpson is leaving the sports section to take over...

Media consumption on the rise in Canada

The amount of time spent consuming media is on the rise across the world, new research shows. Data compiled from 2011 to 2016 from eMarketer...

National Newsmedia Council now hiring CEO

Press councils from British Columbia, Ontario, Atlantic Canada and the majority of newspaper organization from across Canada have come together to launch a new...
Canadian Journalism Fund

Canada’s newspaper industry unites to advocate for Canadian Journalism Fund

News Media Canada today announced the presentation of a proposal, in support of Canadian journalism, to Minister of Canadian Heritage Mélanie Joly. The proposal...

Canada Post/CUPW strike vote results

APRIL 20, 2011 - The Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) has announced the results of their national strike vote. As expected, the union...

News Media Canada releases ‘Newspaper 24/7’ 2018 results

News Media Canada continues to measure newspaper readership across different platforms and by time of day. The most recent research was conducted in January/February 2018...

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...

Why print is the new digital

In a new blog post at INMA, Stuart Howie, a former editorial director with Fairfax Media in Australia explains why print still matters. 1. Print =...