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CCNA Board sets deadline for ComBase participation

June 14 is the deadline for signing up participants for the Community Newspaper Database (ComBase) research project. That was the message delivered by the Canadian Community Newspapers Association (CCNA) Board […]

April 25, 2002

Major ownership shifts may be on the horizon

Major community newspaper ownership changes are in the offing, the Canadian Community Newspapers Association (CCNA) has learned. CCNA has learned that CanWest Global, which owns 41 community newspapers in Canada, […]

April 24, 2002

Gesca sells plants, buys printing

Gesca, which sold its 14 French-language community newspapers last year, has sold the printing operations of its French-language dailies to Transcontinental Corp. Transcontinental, whose Transcontinental Weeklies group owns 62 community […]

April 17, 2002

Canada Post retreats in battle over mail privacy

If you are changing your address, you will soon be able to deny Canada Post the right to sell your new address to mass mailers and direct marketers. Canada Post […]

Torstar’s hometown television application denied

The Canadian Radio and Television Commission (CRTC) has denied Torstar Corporation’s application to launch three community television stations. Torstar had hoped to start three stations, one each in Toronto, Hamilton, […]

April 11, 2002

CUPW rally for rural route couriers

Postal workers and their allies rallied in front of the Prime MinisterÔÇÖs office on April 10, demanding changes to the Canada Post Corporation Act (CPCA) to allow rural route and […]

ComBase Executive Director busy

Community Newspaper Database (ComBase) Executive Director Elena Dunn has been quite busy of late. Dunn will present information on the readership research project to the Ontario Community Newspapers Association’s Spring […]

MCNA convention held April 12-13

ComBase is on the menu at the Manitoba Community Newspapers Association (MCNA) Annual convention and awards banquet. Held April 12-13 in Winnipeg, the convention will see ComBase Project Manager Elena […]

April 07, 2002

CCNA enters partnership for Literacy Awards

The Canadian Community Newspapers Association (CCNA) has entered a partnership with Canada Post to help promote the 2002 Literacy Awards. This will mark CCNA’s fourth year of support for the […]

eSOM technical difficulties arise

Some Canadian Community Newspapers Association members may be having problems downloading and/or using the newest version of Canada Post’s Electronic Statement of Mailing (eSOM). eSOM is order-entry software available from […]

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