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Heritage officials ponder PAP overhaul

The Publications Assistance Program is set for a major redesign and officials from the Department of Canadian Heritage, the federal ministry in charge of the postal subsidy program, have begun […]

June 20, 2002

Board gives ComBase green light

In a unanimous decision, the Canadian Community Newspapers Association board of directors has approved the full national launch of the ComBase readership research project. In a special teleconference of the […]

How can I be measured?

If youÔÇÖre interested in having your newspaper measured for the 2002 study, please call Elena Dunn at Combase at 604-669-0209 for costs and timing. You must be members of a […]

June 19, 2002

Girls and Grillin’

CCNA’s Syndication Service is now syndicating James Barber, the Urban Peasant. Barber is an author, columnist, radio personality and one of the best known television cooks in the world. Read […]

June 13, 2002

Supreme Court refuses to hear N.S. FOI appeal

The Supreme Court of Canada’s has refused to hear a Nova Scotia government appeal of a ruling ordering the release of background information on cabinet decisions, a move many journalist […]

Former Southam employees blast CanWest editorial policy in ad

More than 40 journalists, including many former Southam executives, have come out criticizing CanWest GlobalÔÇÖs newspaper editorial policy in a national newspaper advertisement. The ad, which appeared in the dailies […]

June 06, 2002

Newfoundland Capital and Cameron Publications create Optipress

Creating what will be the single largest newspaper chain in Atlantic Canada, the Newfoundland Capital Corporation (NCC) and Cameron Publications announced that they will sell their publishing and printing businesses […]

CCNA announces Canadian Pacific Railway Better Newspapers Competition finalists

CCNA announced the finalists in the national Canadian Pacific Railway 2002 Better Newspapers Competition (BNC) this morning on its web site, in 68 classes of competition. The complete list can […]

June 02, 2002

Ottawa Business Journal Sold

The Ottawa Business Journal has been sold to GTC Transcontinental Group’s subsidiary, Media Transcontinental for a reported $2.1 million. Michael Curran, Ottawa Business Journal editor, is the former editor of […]

May 30, 2002

Esom difficulties stymie community newspapers

Changes introduced to Canada PostÔÇÖs electronic statement of mailing program (esom) have lead to a host of difficulties for community newspapers across Canada. Changes to the esom on May 27, […]

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