Go Go Gleaner! Excited to see The Gleaner in print again?

The June 5th relaunch issue of The Gleaner was entirely thanks to local volunteers.  In order to bring back the community newspaper on a...

Nunatsiaq News wins four Canadian Community Newspaper Awards

Nunatsiaq News won four 2019 Canadian Community Newspaper Awards, for best website, news stories and editorial-writing. “This poignant story by Sarah Rogers, published on...

Canadian data from 2018 Digital News Report released

The Canadian results from the 2018 Digital News Report confirm that Canadians have a positive opinion of the work by news media in Canada, particularly for...

Le Devoir adopts Groupe Capitales Médias platform

For its tablet mobile application, the Montreal daily Le Devoir will now use Omerlo, a digital platform created by Groupe Capitales Médias and Mirego. To...

A story about the power of community journalism wins the 2019...

Samuel Piccolo has won the 2019 Dalton Camp Award for his essay, A Sleepless Year in a Sleepy Town, an eloquent first-hand account of the...

This Week’s Featured Course on Newspaper Training: A Day in the...

Craig Hodge is a veteran newspaper photographer. Craig began his career as a photojournalist in 1974 in Coquitlam at the Columbian Daily Newspaper and...

Facebook, Postmedia update election advertising policies

Facebook Canada launched a series of new transparency tools ahead of the upcoming 2019 federal election. The tools, which are part of Facebook’s effort to...

Despite forest fires, newspaper carries on

Nearly two weeks ago, the entire town of High Level, AB, was forced to evacuate because of forest fires. Despite the challenges, the Echo-Pioneer, the...

Quebec’s oldest weekly newspaper ceases regular publication

The Stanstead Journal, Quebec’s oldest weekly newspaper, printed its last weekly edition Wednesday. In a note on Page 3, the paper said it plans to...

Newspapers 24/7 industry ads available for download

News Media Canada has developed new ad material for newspapers to promote the new study results.  Nine out of ten Canadians read newspapers in print...