Ottawa Police Service recognized for ‘Outstanding Achievement’ in Government Secrecy

The Ottawa Police Service has been named as the recipient of the 2020 Code of Silence Award for Outstanding Achievement in...

News Media Canada responds to Facebook Canada’s claims

On March 2, 2021, Facebook's Head of Public Policy for Canada, Kevin Chan, did an online interview with The...

Australia passes legislation that will force digital giants to pay for news

After a hectic week that saw Facebook walk back its decision to prevent news sharing on its platform in...

Canada needs to join forces with Australia to fight Facebook’s blackmail

Earlier this week, John Hinds, president and CEO of News Media Canada, published an op-ed on the importance of...

Facebook’s news ban blocks pages for fire services, charities, and other important services

Update: Feb 23, 2021: Facebook has begun to restore news sharing in Australia after reaching an agreement with the...

Canadians support government action against Google and Facebook

Recent research confirms that Canadians feel Google and Facebook have become too powerful and more than eight out of...

Quebec Ministry of Forests, Wildlife and Parks recognized for ‘Outstanding Achievement’ in Government Secrecy

Quebec's Ministry of Forests, Wildlife and Parks has been named as the recipient of the 2020 Code of Silence...

Microsoft: Big Tech should pay for news

Microsoft has voiced its support for a plan that would see digital giants, such as Facebook and Google, provide...

Federal Cabinet recognized for ‘Outstanding Achievement’ in government secrecy

The Federal Cabinet is the 2020 recipient of the Code of Silence Award for Outstanding Achievement in Government Secrecy...

News Media Canada and APF pen open letter on web giants’ disinformation campaign

Last week, John Hinds, president and CEO of News Media Canada and Francis Sonier, president of the Association de...