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Your voice is needed for WAN-IFRA’s Women in News survey

Dear Members, Newspapers Canada supports WAN-IFRA’s effort to identify industry-led solutions to promote gender equality in news media. In celebration of International Women’s Day 2017, we ask you to...

‘Business Decision Makers’ are dedicated newspaper readers

A study conducted by Newspapers Canada found that more than nine out of ten Business Decision Makers (BDMs) read newspaper content in print, on...

Report: Small business spending on media to increase

Research from various sources in the U.S. point to increased marketing spending in 2017 on traditional and digital media by small businesses. Research from Thrive...

Finalists for 2017 BCYCNA Ma Murray community newspaper awards announced

The British Columbia and Yukon Community Newspaper Association has released its list of finalists for the 2017 Ma Murray Awards. Newspapers Canada and the BCYCNA...

Torstar welcomes new CEO

Torstar Corp., Canada’s second largest newspaper publisher and the owner of the Toronto Star, has tapped John Boynton to take on the role of president and chief...

Newspaper media reach nine in ten Canadians

Newspapers are a trusted source of information for today’s consumers of news in Canada.  In fact, based on research from early 2016, nine of...

Print Innovation: Finalists announced for World’s Best-Designed Newspaper

After more than 170 entries, judges have narrowed the field to the final 12 contestants in this year's competition for the title of 'World's...

Social media is most effective for communicating with friends, not advertising

Recent new car buyers, like other demographic targets, overwhelmingly use social media for communicating with friends and sharing photos and videos.  Advertising, for automotive...

Register now for this year’s CAJ conference

This year's Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) annual conference will be held in Ottawa on April 28-29, 2017. For those two days, delegates will be immersed...

Canadian photojournalists among winners of World Press Photo contest

Three Canadian photojournalists — Amber Bracken, Darren Calabrese, and Giovanni Capriotti — had winning entries this year's World Press Photo contest. All three worked for...