The Globe and Mail is opening a new Latin American bureau with NNA-winning journalist Stephanie Nolen as bureau chief. She is currently The Globe’s South Asian correspondent.
Lawrence edited the Books for Young People section for 12 years beginning in 1996.
The Social will have four co-hosts including current CP24 news anchor Melissa Grelo, ETALK reporter Traci Melchor along with gossip blogger Lainey Lui and Theloop.ca relationship expert Cynthia Loyst.
Omar Sachedina is the latest addition to the CTV parliamentary bureau. The Ottawa bureau was short a correspondent after Roger Smith, a fixture at the parliamentary bureau for nearly two decades, retired on March 15.
After 14 years at the helm of the company founded by his father, Pierre Karl Péladeau will step down as CEO of Quebecor Inc., and will be replaced by Robert Dépatie, the president of the company’s telecommunications division. Péladeau’s unexpected departure from one of Canada’s largest media and telecommunication companies was announced in a press release Thursday morning.
Bob McKenzie, the publisher of the Victoria Times Colonist since 2004, announced on Tuesday that he was stepping down. His replacement has not yet been named.
On Monday, CBC opened a new radio station in Kitchener-Waterloo, the first one in Ontario in 40 years. The new station will have a mix of hyper-local news, current affairs, and local cultural content. Tamara Baluja reports.
This is the first time Shaw Media is launching a 24-hours news station, but unlike other networks, it will test the waters in Metro Vancouver, where BBM Canada statistics show it has a strong base. Tamara Baluja reports.
After 18 years at The Globe and Mail, Stephen Northfield is leaving the newspaper to become Human Rights Watch’s director of digital media in New York City.
Roger Smith has been a fixture of CTV’s Ottawa bureau for nearly two decades, but that will all comes to an end on March 15. Smith announced his retirement yesterday.