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Newspapers Canada is the voice of the daily and community newspaper industry, representing over 830 titles in every province and territory in Canada. Newspapers Canada provides a range of services to its members, advocating on their behalf and increasing the profile of the industry with advertisers, government and other stakeholders.  Learn more »

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Community Newspapers Drive Results – Webinar

In May 2016, Newspapers Canada launched an exciting new research study that explored engagement with community newspapers and the role they play in the automotive path-to-purchase. This webinar was originally held on May 12, 2016,...

5 Things You Thought You Knew About Community Newspapers

Think you know everything about community newspapers? Think again. This presentation, based on research conducted in 2016 by Totum Research for Newspapers Canada, highlights five strengths of community newspapers including multi-platform readership, reasons for reading...

New Car Buyers 2016 – Presentation

Newspaper Media Drive Automotive Sales 2016 What media influence vehicle purchases in Canada? Vehicle advertisers want to know the facts about the market in Canada. This study was created after consulting with industry experts and dealers...

New Car Buyers 2016 – Fact Sheet

Newspaper Media Drive Automotive Sales 2016 Seven out of ten new car buyers are reading automotive ads in printed newspapers compared to 16% reading auto ads on social media. 40% of new car buyers read auto ads in digital newspapers. In...

New Car Buyers 2016: Millennials – Fact Sheet

Newspaper Media Drive Automotive Sales 2016 Two thirds (65%) of Millennials are reading the automotive ads in their printed newspapers. 37% of Millennials read automotive ads in digital newspapers. In 2016, Newspapers Canada conducted an update to previous automotive research to...

New Car Buyers: Boomers – Fact Sheet

Newspaper Media Drive Automotive Sales 2016 Almost three quarters (72%) of Boomers are reading the automotive ads in their printed newspapers. Four in ten Boomers read automotive ads in digital newspapers. In 2016, Newspapers Canada conducted an update to previous automotive...

PUBLIC AFFAIRS

UPDATED: Notice extended: Postal job action to begin in Alberta and NWT on Tuesday

UPDATE - Job action announced by the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) was postponed late on Sunday night for 24 hours in a last-ditch effort to reach an agreement. Workers will begin refusing overtime on...

UPDATED: Canadian Union of Postal Workers issues 72-hour notice of job action

Special mediator appointed to meet with CUPW and Canada Post AUGUST 25, 2016 - UPDATED AUGUST 26, 2016 The Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) has issued a 72-hour notice of job action hours before its current...

Update on Canada Post-Postal Workers Union negotiations

The ongoing labour talks between Canada Post and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers remain at an impasse. Issues of compensation and pensions are the key issues presently impeding progress towards a new...

Mark your calendar: OCNA Queen’s Park Day is back September 21

The Ontario Community Newspapers Association (OCNA) invites its regional members to participate in the association’s annual Queen's Park Day this fall. On Wednesday, September 21, community newspaper publishers and editors can attend afternoon meetings...

Canada Post withdraws lockout notice

JULY 11, 2016 – It's business as usual at the post office, as Canada Post has withdrawn its 72-hour notice, ensuring that there will be no postal disruption today. This action follows Canada Post's July 8...

Canada Post open to 30-day extension followed by arbitration

JULY 8, 2016 – Canada Post has agreed to a request by the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) for a 30-day extension, but has presented its own conditions in an effort to resolve...