This week featured course on Newspaper Training: How to Cover Elections...

The-Biggest-Show-On-Earth, for journalists, has to be The Election. Any election. Federal. Provincial. Municipal. School Board. Parks Board. In all such contests, candidates ask for...

This week’s featured course on Newspaper Training: How to Use Data...

Data journalism, or computer-assisted reporting, reflects a different sort of story-telling, one that supplements, enhances and can even replace the traditional the words-on-a-page news...

BarZ Adventures joins Newspapers Canada

BarZ Adventures has joined Newspapers Canada as a sustaining/associate member. Based in Austin, Texas, BarZ Adventures designs and develops multimedia, location-aware smartphone apps. The...

Information Session for Publishers: Promotion Prohibitions for the Cannabis Act

In anticipation of the September 14, 2018 information session hosted by Health Canada with respect to the prohibitions surrounding the promotion of cannabis, cannabis...

This week’s featured course on Newspaper Training: The Hows and Whys...

Is biased journalism always a problem? Or can it be admired as advocacy journalism? In this video interview and downloadable white paper, host Tim...

This week’s featured course on Newspaper Training: How to Cover Bad...

Arguably, the toughest part of any job in journalism is exercising the right judgment with respect to news coverage. So many decisions by so many...

Postmedia reveals new apps and websites for former SUN Media brands

Postmedia Network Inc. has announced the launch of all new apps and websites for the Ottawa SUN, Toronto SUN, Winnipeg SUN, Calgary SUN and Edmonton SUN. The launch features new responsive...

This week’s featured course on Newspaper Training: How to Create Custom...

Creating custom events in your community is a great way to engage with local residents and groups but also to earn new revenue. In this...

Toronto Star celebrates its 125th anniversary

When it launched in 1892, The Toronto Star fashioned itself as a 'paper for the people'. A century and a quarter later, it is still...
Tumbler Ridge (BC) News

The Tumbler Ridge News has ceased publishing

The Tumbler Ridge News, in British Columbia, has ceased publishing, according to an email sent by editor Trent Ernst to News Media Canada. "The owner...