Phase 3 of our Proud Advertiser campaign has been launched +...

The final phase of the Proud Advertiser campaign is now available. Can't wait? Then just download the latest materials by clicking here.  This phase...

Public Access does not equal Public Notice

Research from February 2019 confirms that public notices should be published in newspapers.  More than half of Canadians (53%) want to see public notices...

This week’s featured course on Newspaper Training: The Ins and Outs...

Investigative journalism requires a painstaking amount of diligence and perseverance, frequently in the face of a lack of cooperation and information sharing. Because of...

New fact sheet on Public Notices now available

Government has a duty to inform Canadians about its programs, services, policies and decisions.  Open and transparent communication from government to Canadians is vital...

Are you ready for CAJ 2019?

Each year, the CAJ’s national conference brings together journalists from across the country for two days of professional development workshops and panel discussions—not to...

2019 National Newspaper Awards finalists announced

The Globe and Mail leads all entrants in the 70th National Newspaper Awards competition with 20 finalists. Other news organizations with multiple finalists include the...

Award-winning Winnipeg Free Press writer Randy Turner dies

Randy Turner, an award-winning Winnipeg Free Press writer in sports, news, features and columns for 31 years, died Wednesday at age 57 after a battle with...

It’s not too late to sign up for the $300 Proud...

Member community newspapers can still sign up for the Proud Advertiser Program Benefit.  As long as you can run at least 1 ad in April,...

Canadians want to see public notices in newspapers

New research from News Media Canada confirms that Canadians want to see Public Notices continue to be published in newspapers.  When asked, more than half (53%)...
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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....