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Possible strike still looms at Canada Post

Canada Post and the union representing Canadian mail carriers remain miles apart in contract talks as a strike deadline looms. The Canadian Union of Postal...

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...

Postmedia announces refresh of their community news sites

Postmedia has announced that it has redesigned the websites for all 92 of its community newspapers. A dozen of the websites have been relaunched...

Vividata releases ‘Trust in News’ study

Vividata, (vividata.ca) a leading Canadian cross-media and consumer behaviour research firm, has partnered with Kantar on the release of the Trust in News Study....

Investigative journalism honoured as National Newspaper Awards winners are announced

In-depth investigations took the spotlight Friday when Canada’s best journalism of 2017 was honoured at the presentation of the National Newspaper Awards. Among the 21...

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...

Quebec budget: $64.7 million over five years to help print media

The Quebec government will be helping out struggling print media outlets with a new tax credit to support their digital transformation, the Montreal Gazette...

People who read newspapers and people who have money have one...

Newspaper ads, both print and online, play a key role in helping people make their banking and investment decisions. Newspapers and their sites outperform all...

Paying for local news: Waterloo Region Record launches paywall

The Waterloo Region Record, which has existed in the community under a few different names since 1878, has launched a paywall to help drive...