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The Canadian Press appoints veteran journalist Andrea Baillie as editor-in-chief
2 years ago

The Canadian Press appoints veteran journalist Andrea Baillie as editor-in-chief

By  •  News, People
The Canadian Press is promoting managing editor Andrea Baillie to editor-in-chief, the first woman to oversee editorial operations at the national news wire. The veteran wire news journalist will take the place of Stephen Meurice, who stepped down in April.…
‘Thunder Bay’ podcast to be adapted for TV
2 years ago

‘Thunder Bay’ podcast to be adapted for TV

By  •  News
By Adina Bresge A true-crime podcast probing the deaths and disappearances of Indigenous youth in Thunder Bay, Ont. is set to be adapted for the small screen. Northwood Entertainment and the producers of Canadaland’s “Thunder Bay” are teaming up to…
Vice reporter Ben Makuch loses final bid to block RCMP demand for background material
2 years ago

Vice reporter Ben Makuch loses final bid to block RCMP demand for background material

By  •  News
By Colin Perkel A reporter’s last-ditch attempt at blocking an RCMP demand for his background materials in a terrorism case failed Thursday with a judge refusing to stay the production order. In her ruling, Ontario Superior Court Justice Breese Davies…
Torstar closing Hamilton printing and mailroom operations
2 years ago

Torstar closing Hamilton printing and mailroom operations

By  •  News
Torstar Corp. says it will close its Hamilton printing and mailroom operations this summer and look at selling the property.
Torstar reports $7.4M loss in first quarter, revenue down from a year ago
2 years ago

Torstar reports $7.4M loss in first quarter, revenue down from a year ago

Torstar Corp. reported a smaller first-quarter loss than a year ago as revenue declined.
Forcing reporter to give RCMP info on ‘dead’ terror suspect ‘unreasonable,’ Vice argued at hearing
3 years ago

Forcing reporter to give RCMP info on ‘dead’ terror suspect ‘unreasonable,’ Vice argued at hearing

By  •  News, Law
Forcing a reporter to give information on a terror suspect to the RCMP would be unreasonable given that the wanted Canadian man is almost certainly dead, an Ontario justice heard on Tuesday.
Postmedia posts bigger Q2 loss as revenue from print operations continues decline
3 years ago

Postmedia posts bigger Q2 loss as revenue from print operations continues decline

Postmedia Network Canada Corp. says it lost nearly $5.1 million in the second quarter as its revenue dropped 7.5 per cent compared with last year as a result of shifting advertising and circulation patterns. The owner of the National Post…
Media company Torstar reports $3.1-million Q4 loss, revenue down from year ago
3 years ago

Media company Torstar reports $3.1-million Q4 loss, revenue down from year ago

By  •  News
Torstar Corp. reported a loss in its latest quarter compared with a profit a year earlier as its revenue fell.
Vice reporter must give RCMP material about accused terrorist, rules Supreme Court
3 years ago

Vice reporter must give RCMP material about accused terrorist, rules Supreme Court

By  •  News, Law
By Jim Bronskill The Supreme Court of Canada says a reporter must give the RCMP material he gathered for stories about an accused terrorist. The 9-0 decision is likely to be seen as a defeat for media that could leave…
Globe and Mail workers could be off the job by midnight Wednesday: union
3 years ago

Globe and Mail workers could be off the job by midnight Wednesday: union

By  •  News, Labour
A strike appears to be looming at the Globe and Mail. The union representing editorial, circulation and advertising sales workers at the Globe says they could be on strike by midnight Wednesday. Unifor says the 320 members are seeking pension…
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