NNA 2009 Rule and Category Changes

The National Newspaper Awards Board of Governors met recently to go over changes to the rules and categories for...

2009 in Review: By the Numbers

The Canadian Newspaper Association (CNA) and the Canadian Community Newspapers Association (CCNA) have had a successful year. We are...

Happy Holidays & Joyeuses Fêtes

The Canadian Newspaper Association and the Canadian Community Newspapers Association wishes you a very happy holiday season and a...

A window into newspaper innnovation around the world

Spurred by the challenging economy, newspapers are trying all sorts of cutting edge initiatives. After reviewing recent conference summaries...

Canada Periodical Fund update

Canadian Community Newspapers Association staff met with Canadian Heritage officials on November 10 to discuss details of the upcoming...

77% of Canadians reading newspapers

The release of the latest readership data for Canada's six major markets is good news for newspapers - readership...

OVER 100 STORIES ON CNA’S NATIONAL FOI AUDIT

The CNA’s 4th annual National FOI Audit received extensive coverage across all platforms including television earlier this month. Over 40...

Retail outlook not so bad

By Drew Halfnight Even as analysts continue to predict a “sobering” holiday season for Canadian retailers, two sets of numbers...

Canadian newspapers love the holiday season

Canadian newspapers love the holiday season, and not just because they can run feel-good stories about charity bake sales...

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...