Here’s our regular update on the moves, hires and promotions in Canadian journalism. Want your job move featured? Tweet it to us or use the hashtag #cdnmediamoves.
CBC has a new president:
— The Globe and Mail (@globeandmail) April 4, 2018
There were two high profile layoffs on the west coast:
CTV has laid off both its Vancouver local news anchors https://t.co/Cfe6U9ZYWF
— Steve Faguy (@fagstein) April 9, 2018
Here are all the rest of the media on the move in March and April:
Three flights later, finally landed in St. John's. Very excited to see snow again and start as a reporter with @CdnPress Atlantic bureau on Monday! 🌊🗞
— holly m-s (@hollerdoller) April 6, 2018
some **personal news**: i am now senior editor at @vicecanada! you can pitch me news, culture and personal essays @ email@example.com
— sarah berman (@sarahberms) March 29, 2018
— Alina Bykova (@alinaobykova) April 3, 2018
I guess now is a good time to announce after 3.5 years with @TheTyee on Parliament Hill I'm now back in Vancouver leading a three-person investigative team for the new TheStar Vancouver effort.
— Jeremy Nuttall |纳兰展眉 (@Nuttallreports) April 2, 2018
Hi now that it's April i feel it apt to announce that next month I'll be traveling through Peru, currently taking any/all recommendations! O yes and after that i'll be starting as a Content Editor at the @globeandmail 2018 summer program. It's a big world out there!!
— Audrey Carleton (@audreycarleton1) April 2, 2018
Today's my last day at the Chronicle Herald. After 32 years as a print reporter/editor, the last 6 months up in Halifax, I'm heading back home to Sydney to report and write for CBC radio. See you soon Cape Breton.
— Tom Ayers (@tomayers2262) March 29, 2018
— Ashley Robinson (@ashleymr1993) April 10, 2018