It’s the first time in the wire service’s 100 year history they’ve been in a press council.
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Wawatay Native Communication Society says it was denied the Toronto and Ottawa licenses because of its government funding.
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The early evening broadcasts have no anchor at the helm, favouring on-the-scene reporting.
The commission will be headed by a Toronto based lawyer with the aim of finding resolution between the two parties.
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Small market newspapers are being stripped of local content by “predatory” chain ownership groups, a new study suggests.
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The Toronto-based media company says the profit, worth 14 cents per share, was primarily the result of one-time, non-cash items.
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