Winners of the tenth annual Canadian Online Publishing Awards were announced on Nov. 14 in Toronto.
HuffPost Canada took home five awards, including two gold for best continuing coverage of… Continue Reading Winners of the 2018 Canadian Online Publishing Awards announced
Yellowknife elected a new mayor on Oct. 15. When candidate Adrian Bell announced he was conceding, he didn’t tell CBC, or the local newspaper, or mainstream FM station. He told… Continue Reading Cabin Radio is building an army of northern broadcasters
A strike appears to be looming at the Globe and Mail.
The union representing editorial, circulation and advertising sales workers at the Globe says they could be on strike by… Continue Reading Globe and Mail workers could be off the job by midnight Wednesday: union
Editor in chief Erin Millar on the setback that caused them to change gears and devote themselves to three communities.
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This article was originally published by the Winnipeg Free Press and appears here with the editor’s permission.
Thursday, Nov. 7, 1918 — 100 years ago today — was a pleasant… Continue Reading How ‘fake news’ came to Winnipeg 100 years ago
This story was originally published by Nieman Lab and appears here with its permission
Big night! The U.S. midterm elections yesterday mostly went according to expectations: Democrats retook the House of Representatives,… Continue Reading In cities across America, this morning’s newspaper told you there was an election yesterday — but nothing about it
Eleven Postmedia Network Inc. Ontario newspapers will publish printed or digital editions one less day of the week with no reduction in the subscription price.
The Kingston Whig-Standard and Belleville Intelligencer… Continue Reading 11 Ontario Postmedia newspapers to publish one less day of the week