Fort Frances Times sells to new owner

After 85 years of family ownership, the Fort Frances Times has been sold to London Publishing. London Publishing first started...

This Week’s Featured Course on Newspaper Training: The Hows and Whys of Advocacy Journalism

Is biased journalism always a problem? Or can it be admired as advocacy journalism? In this video interview and...

Local Journalism Initiative: Who is eligible to apply?

The Local Journalism Initiative is open to existing Canadian news organizations.  To be eligible, an organization must be a...

Canada Post’s actions could further damage Canada’s news industry

Last month, News Media Canada issued a press release calling on all federal party leaders to commit to restricting...

Are you ready to help ‘Break the Fake’?

Can you tell the difference between what is fact and what is fiction? In today’s digital world, critical thinking is...

Next week is Media Literacy Week

Media Literacy Week is an annual national campaign hosted by MediaSmarts and the Canadian Teachers Federation to promote digital...

This Week’s Featured Course on Newspaper Training: The Ins and Outs of Investigative Journalism

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

The Globe and Mail launches new brand campaign

The Globe and Mail has launched a new brand campaign and a refreshed Report on Business magazine. Created with Cossette,...

Are you ready for National Newspaper Week 2019?

National Newspaper Week starts this Sunday, October 6 In a few short days, we start celebrations for National Newspaper Week...

Local Journalism Initiative: What is an underserved community?

One of the key steps in your Local Journalism Initiative (LJI) application is identifying a need for civic journalism...