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Ontario community feels the loss of local newspaper

Earlier this week, the Peterborough Examiner published a feature about what a small community near Owen Sound, Ontario, has lost since its community newspaper,...

Local news media connect consumers to their communities

Recent research reveals that consumers have a high level of trust for local community newspapers. Consumers look to community newspapers for essential news about...

Remembering some of the voices Canadian journalism lost in 2020

A kind editor, a veteran investigative journalist who redefined crime reporting, and a longtime municipal reporter with a sense of humour. These are some of...

Local newspapers develop new subscription options

Six daily news publications owned by les co-ops de l’information in Québec and Ontario recently introduced their first digital subscription packages after the pandemic...

Newspapers are a trusted COVID-19 news source for those under 35

Since the beginning of the pandemic, 77% of people under 35 years of age have become more aware of the importance of journalism. As...

Postmedia launches more than 80 redesigned community newspaper websites

From Airdrie to Woodstock, Postmedia has relaunched more than 80 community newspaper websites, bringing loyal readers a richer user experience and closer community connections. All...

Gulf Islands Driftwood welcomes new publisher

Nancy Johnson, who has 25 years of experience as a publisher and director of operations within the Canadian newspaper industry, joined Driftwood Gulf Islands...

La Liberté releases second edition of Sciences Mag Junior

In an effort to help parents, family members, and teachers find answers to children’s not so simple scientific questions, Manitoba-based La Liberté has released...

Entries now open for National Newspaper Awards

The National Newspaper Awards have begun accepting entries for the 2020 competition. Entries will be accepted in 22 categories, including one new category, between December...