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Members urged to contact MPs about PAP funding

The Canadian Community Newspapers Association continues to encourage publishers to contact their local Members of Parliament about the Publications Assistance Program (PAP). PAP is an...

No formal decision yet on PAP program

The Canadian Community Newspapers Association (CCNA) continues its efforts to ensure the integrity of the Publication Assistance Program (PAP). PAP, which is a program...

PAP Questionnaire

The Publications Assistance Program (PAP) is currently doing an evaluation of the program. As part of that program, a number of members have received...

PAP progress update

Over the past few months, the Canadian Community Newspapers Association (CCNA) has been meeting with officials at the Department of Canadian Heritage to discuss...

PAP re-application process

The Publications Assistance Program (PAP) is entering the second year of its three-year re-application process for all participating publications. The administrators of PAP, which...

Publications Assistance Program 2003-2004 data released

The Department of Canadian Heritage (www.canadianheritage.gc.ca/pap) has released the Periodicals and Publishing Policy and Programs Annual Report 2003-2004. It contains listings for all community...

Canadian Heritage provides answers on PAP

The Canadian Community Newspapers Association (CCNA) has been working with members on the changes to the Publications Assistance Program (PAP). Many of our members...

PAP changes highlight strength of industry

By allocating an extra $4 million to small community newspapers through changes to the Publications Assistance Program (PAP), Heritage Canada is highlighting the strength...

PAP subsidy to double

Community newspapers were the big winners when the federal government announced changes to the Publications Assistance Program (PAP) that will result in 100 additional...

PAP rules to change

The Publications Assistance Program (PAP) could quickly become much more inclusive for community newspapers. That was the message from Heritage Canada Minister Sheila Copps at...