New study says Internet usage supplements newspapers and other media

Reports of the death of newspapers have been greatly exaggerated, says a new study by the Canadian Internet Project. According...

Scandinavian newspapers fixated on change

By DREW HALFNIGHT Over 70 per cent of Swedes read a morning paper. Norway teems with over 100 healthy dailies....

Newspaper readership at 75% says latest NADbank release

New data for the top six Canadian markets confirms that over 75% of adults read a daily newspaper each...

World’s Press Opposes Yahoo-Google Advertising Deal

The World Association of Newspapers has asked competition authorities in Europe and North America to block an advertising agreement between...

OLYMPIC NEWS: Stronger, faster, higher

Canadian newspaper journalists as well as athletes are aiming for peak performances at the Olympics this month. While in-depth...

World newspaper readership still growing

According to the World Association of Newspapers, which published data representing 192 countries, more than 1.7 billion people now...

Newspapers Lose Battle but Win War in Landmark Defamation Case

Intervention by CNA, Globe and Mail, and Canadian Media Lawyers Association  Helps Set New Benchmark Toronto, ON – (Nov. 14,...

Access to information system too often a barrier to transparency

Results from the Canadian Newspaper Association’s (CNA) third National Freedom of Information Audit show persistent delays and misunderstandings in...

2007 FOI Audit

The principles of transparency and accountability dictate that, whether it is convenient for them or not, governments must operate...

Extend Freedom of Information to Ontario Hospitals

Newspaper group says all organizations primarily funded by government should be transparent and accountable As long as Ontario hospitals remain...