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Head of Quebec Community Newspaper Association announces “semi-retirement”

Richard Tardif, the executive director of the Quebec Community Newspaper Association (QCNA) has announced he will be leaving the organization at the end of...

CCAB releases quarterly audience data for Community and Daily Newspapers

CCAB, the Canadian division of global assurance provider BPA Worldwide, has released its  community and daily newspaper audience data that covers the three-month period...

B.C. newspaper to adjust publishing dates

Effective May 16, 2018, the Powell River Peak will be changing its product publication dates. Moving forward our total market circulation product, formerly known as Peak...

Youngest newspaper publisher in Manitoba confident print isn’t dead

A 21-year-old just bought a newspaper. Yes. You read that correctly. Michah Waddell took over as publisher and editor of the Rivers Banner newspaper, in...

Celebrating ‘Community Newspaper Day’ in Manitoba

Manitoba MLA Greg Nesbitt made a statement in the provincial legislature last week to celebrate Community Newspaper Day and the contributions that community newspapers...

New research finds that nine in ten Canadians read newspapers weekly

Every week, regardless of platform, 88% of Canadians read newspapers in print, on computers, on tablets or on a smartphone.  And a third of...

Google and Facebook continue to dominate the Canadian digital advertising market

Facebook and Google combined account for an estimated 72% of the $5.5 billion Internet advertising market in Canada in 2016.  Internet advertising revenues continue...

Public access does not mean public notice

The government has an obligation to inform Canadians about programs, services, policies and decisions.  Research proves that Canadians want to see government advertising like...

Canadians trust the news media more than government

An Ipsos study released last year found that 77% of Canadian adults believe news reports from the news media more than reports from the government (23%). ...

Baby Boomers prefer ‘the human touch’: research

Recent research from Mintel finds that Canadians still value traditional banking and the human touch.  Digital services and online banks cannot meet all the...