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AdCanada Media signs agreement with Alberta Weekly Newspapers Association

AdCanada Media Inc. has announced that effective January 1, 2020 it will assume full media representation and campaign placement services for the 102 members of...

Dave Degenstien, publisher of the Last Mountain Times, passes away

Dave Degenstien, the publisher of the Last Mountain Times, passed away earlier this month at his residence in Govan, SK. He was 69 years old. During...

Quebec community newspaper rebuilds as a community non-profit

In November 2018, The Gleaner, a community newspaper based in Quebec, was struggling. Instead of closing down, a non-profit community organization was formed and...

Star Metroland strengthens its digital advertising solutions

As part of an ongoing Torstar-wide transformation initiative, the company’s Star Metroland Media has undergone a new initiative to improve digital ad experiences for...

Fort Frances Times sells to new owner

After 85 years of family ownership, the Fort Frances Times has been sold to London Publishing. London Publishing first started in 2009 and has since...

TC sells off trade publications

TC Transcontinental’s has sold off a host of the trade publications that composed its media portfolio. Media in Canada reports that the printing giant, once...

Celebrate World News Day on September 28

World News Day, September 28, will celebrate the work of professional news organisations and the impact they make on the communities they serve.  In an...

A federal election is happening. Are you prepared?

With the writ now dropped and a federal election called for October 21st, News Media Canada is providing this guide to members with some...

Local residents band together to support Quebec community newspaper

As Quebec’s newspapers testify in front of the National Assembly about the challenges facing the province’s journalism outlets, the Gleaner newspaper is now relying...

The Watrous Manitou announces new perks for online readers

Saskatchewan's the Watrous Manitou has announced several new perks for its digital readers. In addition to being able to read the publication's weekly top story...