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The annual Extra Awards celebrate the finest advertising in newspaper media across print, online, tablet, mobile, social media and events. There are over 20 unique creative categories to enter, including Automotive, Travel, Retail, Multimedia Campaign, Innovation and much more. Read more »
National Post has appointed Colby Cosh to the role of columnist, Editorial and Comment. Cosh previously served as senior editor of the Alberta Report, Alberta correspondent for Maclean’s magazine, and was a frequent contributor to National Post’s editorial board from 2007 to 2009. Read more »
John Scannell has joined the staff at the Manitoulin Expositor in Ontario as the paper’s new media specialist. In his new roll, Scannell will oversee the Expositor’s digital properties and social media accounts and will also focus on research and development. Read more »
OpenMedia has partnered with Canadian Journalists for Free Expression to launch Canada’s Privacy Plan, a crowdsourced report that provides various recommendations for improving privacy in Canada in the wake of Bill C-51. Over 10,000 individuals participated in a survey in which they were asked to rank six different privacy issues to determine those that are considered priorities. Read more »
The Nieman Foundation for Journalism has selected Postmedia News columnist Stephen Maher as this year’s Martin Wise Goodman Canadian Neiman Fellow. Maher has served as a political columnist at Postmedia since 2011. Read more »
The final deadline for the 2015 Great-West Life, London Life and Canada Life Literacy Innovation Award is Friday, May 29. The award honours innovative adult literacy or adult-integrated family literacy programs delivered by a Canadian community organization that positively impacts the lives of adult learners. Read more »
Former Vancouver Courier music columnist Denny Clark died earlier this month at age 83. Clark penned the Mainly Music column for the Courier for over a decade, covering concerts and performances and interviewing local and internationally renowned musicians. Read more »
Press councils from British Columbia, Ontario, Atlantic Canada and the majority of newspaper organization from across Canada have come together to launch a new National Newsmedia Council. Read more »
Toronto Star entertainment writer Malene Arpe died last week at 50 years old following a sudden heart attack. Arpe wrote about celebrities and popular culture for the Toronto Star’s Stargazing section, which appears in print on Sundays and as an online blog. Read more »
Canadian Journalists for Free Expression (CJFE) has launched the Bob Carty Free Expression Fellowship, which will provide financial support to individuals or groups working on projects that further the growth of free expression in Canada. Read more »