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...

Guelph Tribune re-launches as Guelph Mercury Tribune

As the Guelph Tribune marks its 30th anniversary this year, the community paper has rebranded with a new name: the Guelph Mercury Tribune. A tribute...

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 =...
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NMC welcomes the 2019 budget announcements on government support for journalism

Bob Cox, chair of the board released the following statement. “This will make a difference in newsrooms across Canada. It is significant support for journalism....

Star News Publishing purchases 13 newspapers in Saskatchewan

Alberta’s Star News Publishing has acquired all of Transcontinental’s Saskatchewan newspaper products, including the Prince Albert Daily Herald, the Moose Jaw Times-Herald, the Southwest...

Disruption: Change and Churning in Canada’s Media Landscape

The Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage has released its long-anticipated report on the impact of technology on local and regional news. Chaired by Liberal MP...

News Media Canada statement on 2018 Federal Budget

There is no mention of news media in the Minister’s budget speech. In the Budget document, there is a section entitled “Supporting Local Journalism” that...

Vividata releases latest numbers on print and digital readership

Vividata, Canada’s authoritative cross-platform study of media readership, released new research, which confirms that readership levels are consistent with past findings, and it also...

News Media Canada announces Local Journalism Initiative host news organizations

News Media Canada has announced that it will fund 105 journalists at 94 host news organizations across Canada under the Government of Canada’s Local...

Star Metro brand officially hits the streets

Today marks the official launch of the new re-branded StarMetro publications in five Canadian cities - Vancouver, Toronto, Halifax, Calgary, and Edmonton. Torstar Corp. announced...