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Sports writer hangs up his skates (for now)

Paul “Bones” Svoboda, who for 27 years has covered sports for Belleville's The Intelligencer, has left the newsroom. "He's well thought-of in the community," said...

The Globe and Mail launches Canada’s first premium subscription cannabis news...

With unprecedented resources and the largest dedicated cannabis coverage team in the market, The Globe and Mail today launched Report on Business Cannabis Professional, a...

Playing around with newspapers to prove a point

Davidson, Saskatchewan is a small town situated a little more than 100 kilometers southeast of Saskatoon.  Although it only has about a thousands residents, it...

Crossword puzzles at a crossroads

A recent story in J-Source has highlighted how crossword puzzles have been an unintended victim of local newspaper closures. The Peterborough Examiner, however, has recently has...

The hidden costs of losing your city newspaper

As we've been saying for a long time, communities suffer when their local newspaper shuts down operations. Communities don't just suffer from an absence 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...

Torstar announces new subscription model

Torstar will invest millions and adopt a new subscription model to revamp business in 2018. Chief executive John Boynton made the announcement Wednesday when the Toronto Star parent company...

CCAB releases new data on daily newspapers

CCAB, the Canadian division of global assurance provider BPA Worldwide, has released an updated version of its paid and non-paid daily newspaper TRAC (Trend...

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...