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CCNA BOARD TAKES RURAL CONCERNS TO PARLIAMENT HILL

Rural issues dominated the government relations meetings held by CCNA Board directors in Ottawa recently. Meetings were held on Nov. 25 with federal agriculture minister Lyle Vanclief and Andy Mitchell, […]

June 07, 2001

FIRST CLASS POSTAGE RATE INCREASES

The domestic basic letter rate increased by one cent to 47 cents on Jan. 1, 2000. This is the first time that first class postage has gone up under new […]

OWNERSHIP FEATURE AVAILABLE ON WEB SITE

CCNA’s popular newspaper ownership feature is now available on the Internet. By logging into CCNA’s web page at http://www.communitynews.ca/ownership, members can read articles, examine membership numbers, and find links relating […]

NEW CHAIR FOR DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE

Bowes Publishers Limited Vice President Bob Pearce has assumed the chair of CCNA’s Distribution Committee. Pearce replaces Don Kendall, who has relocated to Honolulu as part of the Black Press […]

FIRST TRI-PARTITE RESEARCH MEETING SET FOR EARLY FEBRUARY

CCNA’s Research Task Force will be hosting the first meeting of a tri-partite advisory body on Friday, Feb. 2 in Toronto as part of its efforts to organize a national […]

COPPS TO APPOINT MEDIA CONCENTRATION PANEL

Canadian Heritage Minister Sheila Copps wants to look at media concentration levels in Canada. The federal government announced in Parliament on March 12 that Copps will appoint a panel to […]

CANADA POST CLARIFIES NEW UNADDRESSED ADMAIL RULES

New Unaddressed Admail rules for community newspapers, slated to go into effect April 1, have been clarified by Canada Post. In response to a letter from CCNA executive director Serge […]

CCNA TO MEET WITH LIBERAL RURAL CAUCUS IN APRIL

A small delegation of CCNA representatives are slated to meet with executive members of the Liberal Rural Caucus on April 3 in Ottawa. The caucus, which has nearly 100 members […]

READERSHIP RESEARCH PROJECT PROGRESSES

Work on CCNA’s massive national readership research project reached a new milestone last week when Requests for Proposals (RFP) were sent out to eight qualified research firms. Of those eight, […]

Unaddressed Admail policies need third-party oversight

ÔÇ£How about that Canada Post, eh?ÔÇØ That phrase is a curious way to start a column, let alone a conversation. But whenever two or more community newspaper publishers gather around […]

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