Free expression advocate Arnold Amber dies

Arnold Amber, the long-time Canadian journalist and president of Canadian Journalists for Free Expression, died on Labour Day. He was 77. A devoted proponent of...

BCYCNA board member Linda Klitch has passed away

Linda Klitch (Hooton), publisher of the Peace Arch News in White Rock, has passed away at age 60. Prior to joining the Peace Arch...

Herman creator dies at 75

Cartoonist Jim Unger, best known for his Herman comic strip which appeared in newspapers across the country, has died at his home in Saanich,...

Punjabi journalist Balbir Singh Cheema dies

Well-known journalist Balbir Singh Cheema, from Surrey B.C., died from a heart attack on May 25.  He was 55. Cheema leaves behind his wife, son...

Bruce Cheadle leaves The Canadian Press after 29 years

Veteran Canadian Press reporter Bruce Cheadle retired from the national wire service last week after nearly three decades of service. Tributes to Cheadle poured in...

Long-time Sun Media cartoonist Sue Dewar retires

Prominent editorial cartoonist Sue Dewar is retiring this month. Dewar first started her career with Sun Media at the Calgary Sun in 1984. She...

New editors at the Toronto Sun and Ottawa Sun

Adienne Batra has taken over as the new editor in chief for the Toronto Sun. Batra first joined the Sun editorial team in 2011...

Angus Scott becomes editor in chief for three Niagara community papers

In Ontario, Angus Scott has assumed the role of editor in chief at the Niagara Falls Review, St. Catharines Standard and Welland Tribune. Scott...

Eduardo Lima wins Tom Hanson Photojournalism Award

Toronto-based freelance photographer Eduardo Lima is this year's winner of the Tom Hanson Photojournalism Award. Lima’s work has been featured in numerous publications in...

Clark Davey, longtime reporter, editor and publisher, dies

Clark Davey, a former publisher of newspapers in Ottawa, Vancouver and Montreal and a driving force behind one of the most prestigious journalism awards...