Winnipeg Free Press believed to be the first daily in Canada to hire a reporter to focus on marijuana.
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Seven names on management’s list of employees will be challenged by the union.
Read More Continue Reading Final vote on National Post union will be determined by labour board hearing
Vote comes after number of staff left via buyouts offered in mid-September.
Read More Continue Reading National Post workers to vote today on joining a union
CWA Canada president says workers came to the union after cuts were made to pensions and benefits.
Read More Continue Reading National Post editorial staff have started a unionization drive
Print revamp will launch on Dec. 1, 2017.
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After Nov. 30, the Globe and Mail will no longer be available in PEI, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, along with Newfoundland and Labrador.
Read More Continue Reading Print distribution of the Globe and Mail coming to an end in Atlantic provinces
Staff voted on Aug. 10 to ratify tentative deal between union and management.
Read More Continue Reading Chronicle Herald staff are heading back to work after 18 months on strike
The National Post and Financial Post insert is still included in the Saskatoon StarPhoenix and Regina Leader-Post.
Read More Continue Reading Print editions of the National Post and Calgary Herald are no longer available in Saskatchewan
It’s the first time in the wire service’s 100 year history they’ve been in a press council.
Read More Continue Reading The Canadian Press joins National NewsMedia Council
Wawatay Native Communication Society says it was denied the Toronto and Ottawa licenses because of its government funding.
Read More Continue Reading Controversial CRTC decision raises questions about space on airwaves for Indigenous broadcasters