The Press and the Courts Issue 5 out now

Newspapers Canada has released the fifth installment of The Press and The Courts for 2011. The latest issue of the bi-monthly legal bulletin includes...

Annual report for British Columbia Stewardship Plan now available

The 2018 annual report for the British Columbia Stewardship Program is now available for download on our website. Newspaper was the original backbone of residential...

Canada Post works to restore mail service across the country

JULY 6, 2011 - Canadians can expect continued delays in mail service as the members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers process a...

SCC rules Internet links not libel

In a unanimous decision, the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled that hyperlinking to defamatory materials does not constitute a form of libel. The...

Supreme Court maintains limits on class-based defamation claims

The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled on a class action case involving former radio host André Arthur. The Quebec Superior Court awarded damages...

Newspapers Canada launches online mail help centre

FEBRUARY 8, 2012 - Newspapers Canada has created a new online mail help centre to assist our members in dealing with postal issues and...

Access to Information Act turns 30

Canada’s federal Access to Information Act celebrates its 30th anniversary this month. The law received royal assent on July 7, 1982 and came into...

CPF Update: Aid to Publishers funds to be deposited next week

Newspapers Canada has been informed by Canadian Heritage that letters confirming the 2014/2015 Aid to Publishers funding decisions have been signed and will be...

Raising awareness about human rights in housing

Together with landlord, tenant and other housing advocacy organizations, the Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) is enlisting the help of websites and print media...

Celebrate Right to Know Week September 24-28

Right to Know Week will take place in Canada from September 24-28, 2012. This year marks the seventh year that Canadians have celebrated Right...