HuffPost Canada’s blogging platform is staying open, even though HuffPost US has ended its self publishing contributors platform.
“As each country edition of HuffPost operates autonomously, our blogging platform in… Continue Reading HuffPost Canada keeps unpaid bloggers after U.S. counterpart moves to paid opinion sections
Union representing Global News workers says Vancouver newsroom took the biggest hit, with 21 staff laid off.
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Number of cuts come two weeks before Torstar Q4 results to be announced.
Read More Continue Reading Toronto Star putting internship programs on indefinite hiatus
The January layoffs took effect just as the 160-year-old Times Colonist announced the sale and impending renovation of its building.
Read More Continue Reading Times Colonist cuts four staff just weeks after call for voluntary resignations
Last week, Rogers Media announced it would be ending its $100 million deal with Vice Canada and taking Viceland off the air.
Read More Continue Reading 23 staff positions cut in aftermath of Vice Canada and Rogers Media deal ending
The 24-hour-a-day Viceland television channel launched in February 2016.
Read More Continue Reading Rogers Media cuts ties with Vice Canada, pulls Viceland channel off the air
In some communities, internet access is so limited municipalities can’t rely on social media as a replacement for news.
Read More Continue Reading As local media outlets close, Ontario mayors struggle with how to get information to the public
Print advertising revenue fell 17.9 per cent and print circulation revenue dropped 6.1 per cent.
Read More Continue Reading Postmedia Network Canada reports $5.8M Q1 profit, revenue down from year ago
The Prince Albert Daily Herald is about to be independently owned and operated by its employees.
An employee buyout of the newspaper, led by the newspaper’s publisher Donna Pfeil, was… Continue Reading Employee buyout to save Prince Albert Daily Herald