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Newspaper readership is not an urban legend

The below piece was written by Tim Shoults, operations manager of Aberdeen Publishing and a member of the BC and Yukon Community NewsMedia Association...

Despite forest fires, newspaper carries on

Nearly two weeks ago, the entire town of High Level, AB, was forced to evacuate because of forest fires. Despite the challenges, the Echo-Pioneer, the...

News Media Canada announces winners of 2019 Canadian Community Newspaper Awards

News Media Canada is pleased to announce this year's winners of the Canadian Community Newspaper Awards. Among this year's highlights: The Rocky Mountain Outlook from...

Local newspapers takes readers into ‘the story behind the stories’

In an effort to connect with readers in new ways, the Neepawa Banner and Press has taken to the airwaves to produce a weekly...

Government program intended to support — not control — journalism

The following is an op-ed written by News Media Canada chair Bob Cox about the recent federal government's announcement to invest in Canadian journalism.   I...

Torstar grows digital subscriptions by 50 per cent

Torstar has announced that it saw a 50 per cent rise in paid digital subscriptions in the first quarter, as the company continues to...

The Star offers free digital access to post-secondary students across Canada

The Toronto Star is launching an unprecedented initiative today that will see the nation's most-read newspaper offer free digital access to post-secondary students across...

Small, mid-sized newsrooms can apply for free data training

Applications are now open for small and midsize newsrooms in Canada and the U.S. to receive free data training from Investigative Reporters & Editors...
Canadian Journalism Foundation

Canadians like, but don’t trust, social media for news, according to...

A new poll commissioned by The Canadian Journalism Foundation and conducted by Maru/Matchbox shows that while social media is a top news source for both Canadians and Americans,...

A millennial buys the local paper

In the summer of 2018, Angela Long embarked on a 22,000-kilometre journey, traversing eight provinces and a territory – from Dawson City, Yukon, to Cape Breton,...