Newspapers are engaging

Newspapers Canada research shows print newspapers are the most engaging medium for both editorial and advertising – beating out all other media on 11...

Infographic: Newspapers Drive Vehicle Sales

Newspapers Canada has prepared an easy-to-understand summary of the 2015 Automotive Research. The infographic is designed as a brief overview of the research for...

Report: Government advertising and newspapers

Since 2002, government spending in Canada has changed dramatically. The impact of the Internet is evident in the government advertising strategy; Internet spending has...

Canadian research on flyers and inserts

Newspapers Canada has partnered with the Flyer Distribution Standards Association (FDSA) since 2011 to conduct research to understand Canadians’ relationship with flyers and to...

Newspapers 24/7: Focus on Boomers

Since 2011, Newspapers Canada has tracked readership by device and time of day to measure print’s impressive stability over time and the continued growth...

Top reasons to advertise in newspapers

From reader trust and influence to multi-platform effectiveness and engagement, research shows news media companies are the place to advertise. Newspapers Canada has prepared...

Fast facts about Canadian newspapers

Ads in newspapers are one of the most trusted forms of advertising. Ninety percent of Canadians read flyers (most of which are delivered via...

New Fact Sheet: Newspapers Work for Public Notice

Open and transparent communication from government to Canadians is vital. In some areas within Canada, there is a push to move public notices...

New Financial Industry ads now available

Newspapers Canada is pleased to launch a new series of powerful industry ads, focused on the Financial category, for member newspapers to use in...

New ad campaign champions the benefits of journalism

A coalition of professional associations, unions and media organizations has launched a new advertising campaign highlighting the value and benefits of professional journalism. Newspapers...