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What’s happening to the street beat?
4 weeks ago

What’s happening to the street beat?

Adjusting to new COVID-19 realities around physical distancing and an increasingly cashless economy, street papers across Canada are adapting to continue publishing and keep vendors at work
There’s no journalism on a dead planet
9 months ago

There’s no journalism on a dead planet

By  •  Feature
Rosalyn Roy was driving home from the Gulf News office, where she used to work as a local reporter, when she noticed a young girl alone and holding a handwritten protest sign, perched on the wall in front of the Channel-Port aux Basques town hall.
Rewriting colonial narratives
11 months ago

Rewriting colonial narratives

The Eastern Door and Iorì:wase on the Mohawk-led media scene of Kahnawake, Que.
Death of an owner silences small northern Ontario paper
1 year ago

Death of an owner silences small northern Ontario paper

By  •  Feature, Series
Dennis Smyk was the Driftwood, the paper that was the voice of Ignace, Ont. since the ‘70s
There’s a one-woman show in Deloraine, Manitoba
1 year ago

There’s a one-woman show in Deloraine, Manitoba

By  •  Feature, Series
After 14 years of newsroom cuts, reporter Judy Wells is determined to keep her local paper alive
A Calgary radio station sets the standard for community fundraising
1 year ago

A Calgary radio station sets the standard for community fundraising

By  •  Business, Feature
As campus radio stations struggle with new financial realities, CJSW’s success offers its peers a model to replicate
How Queen’s Park Today bloomed in an era of shrinking press galleries
1 year ago

How Queen’s Park Today bloomed in an era of shrinking press galleries

Success of Ontario-based legislative newsletter prompted publisher Allison Smith to expand her reach, establishing B.C. and Alberta spinoffs in the past two years
A millennial buys the local paper
1 year ago

A millennial buys the local paper

Why a 24-year old gives up city life for a job at his local paper and then, five years later, buys it
A fourth-generation newspaper rides the waves of change
1 year ago

A fourth-generation newspaper rides the waves of change

Why a 109-year old, family-owned Alberta outlet remains optimistic about the future despite a shifting rural population
Delivery by the thousands beneath glacier-clad peaks
1 year ago

Delivery by the thousands beneath glacier-clad peaks

How a woman from southern Ontario and a man from the Prairies figured out local-news survival in B.C.’s Kootenays