La Presse accelerates its transformation, positioning itself as a leading digital player with...

La Presse is undertaking a complete overhaul of its advertising services with the implementation of a cutting-edge back-end infrastructure,...

The resilience of the Parksville Qualicum Beach News team

Despite the apparent total loss of the offices of the Parksville Qualicum Beach News due to a fire last...

National Post makes changes to print sections

National Post has announced some editorial changes for the print sections of the daily newspaper. As of Tuesday, October...

Save the date so you don’t miss the next edition of the BCYCNA Awards

The B.C. and Yukon Community Newsmedia Association (BCYCNA) has announced that its 2022 awards gala will be taking place...

This Week’s Featured Course on Newspaper Training: Why Customer Service is More Important Than...

As newspapers struggle to compete and watch their resources dwindle, it might be all too easy to let customer...

Toronto Star offers free digital subscriptions to all post-secondary students

In the run-up to October's federal election, the Toronto Star has made digital subscriptions freely available to the roughly...

Canada’s Anti-Spam compliance deadline fast approaching

Canada’s anti-spam legislation (CASL) makes it illegal for a person or organization to send unsolicited electronic messages (such as...

Black Press runs blank front pages in wake of Meta’s announcement to block news

Multiple Black Press-owned titles in British Columbia and Alberta have published false front pages as part of a public...

UPDATE on SPOT Fake News Online campaign

News Media Canada’s program on media literacy is set to launch on September 16 with a nation-wide campaign in newspapers, promoting a...

How is your publication celebrating Canada 150?

The story of Canada, since even before Confederation, has been told through newspapers. This year, to mark Canada's sesquicentennial anniversary,...