New Canada Post survey on Publications Mail

APRIL 22, 2015 - The product management team at Canada Post has approached Newspapers Canada to seek your feedback on how they can improve...

New Brunswick axes access to information fees

Private citizens will no longer pay fees to file right-to-information requests in New Brunswick. Following a decision by the provincial government, the public will...

Canada Post/CUPW negotiations update

MAY 12, 2011 - The conciliation process used to help Canada Post and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) reach a new collective...

Budget 2019 announces measures to help news publishers

Budget 2019 re-announced the three commitments that were made in the Fall Economic Statement and provides additional information on each of the measures. Highlights The journalism...

Journalism and Written Media Independent Panel of Experts submits final report...

The Journalism and Written Media Independent Panel of Experts today released its final report and recommendations to the Government of Canada to assist with...

Canada Post announces 2017 changes to Publications Mail and Neighbourhood Mail

Canada Post has announced its annual price and service changes for all Direct Marketing and Transaction Mail, including Publications Mail and Neighbourhood Mail (formerly...

Canada’s newspaper industry unites to advocate for Canadian Journalism Fund

News Media Canada today announced the presentation of a proposal, in support of Canadian journalism, to Minister of Canadian Heritage Mélanie Joly. The proposal...

Five government funding programs you should know about

Over the past several years, News Media Canada has been working with multiple government departments to explain why public service journalism matters to the...

News Media Canada launches Local Journalism Initiative program

News Media Canada is pleased to launch its Local Journalism Initiative program, a national initiative of the Government of Canada in support of Canadian...

Alberta Court of Appeal updates policy on use of electronic devices...

Effective October 28, 2013, the Court of Appeal of Alberta will adopt a new policy on the use of electronic devices in courtrooms. Under...