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Village Media launches MidlandToday

Village Media has announced that it will be launching the news site MidlandToday.ca in February 2020. The news site will be a community-focused and a...

The Davidson Leader has a new owner

Tara de Ryk is pleased to announce that Dan Senick will become the Publisher and Editor of The Davidson Leader. Senick was the winner of...

John Hinds on his hopes for Canadian media in 2020

Speaking with Media in Canada for its annual Industry Wish List, News Media Canada president and CEO John Hinds discusses what keeps him hopeful...

Research shows that local information attracts community newspaper readers

Research continues to confirm that community newspaper readers are reading for local content like news, editorial, sports, events, entertainment and even obituaries. While nine out...

SaltWire Network’s Newfoundland and Labrador weekly publications have a new digital...

After many years of running multiple websites, Saltwire Network has announced that it has moving all Newfoundland and Labrador community content to a single...

The Biggar Independent has new owners

It is time to bid farewell to Daryl and Peg Hasein, owners and publishers of Saskatchewan's Biggar Independent. Both have selflessly volunteered countless hours...

Snapshot 2019: Community newspapers in Canada fact sheet now available

Community newspapers and their websites are hyper-local.  They effectively represent the neighbourhoods they serve and are able to target these communities like no other...

This is your big chance to own a newspaper

Have you ever thought of owning your own newspaper? The Davidson Leader has been providing the voice of Davidson, Saskatchewan for 116 years. The current...

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...