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Each year Newspapers Canada creates a unique presentation to share with media planners, advertisers and agencies. The multimedia presentation promotes the industry and highlights the best Canadian newspaper ads across a variety of platforms: print, web, tablet, phone and more. Read more »
Globe and Mail food columnist Lucy Waverman has been appointed as the Joseph Hoare Gastronomic Writer in Residence for the 2014-15 school year at the Stratford Chefs School in Stratford, Ontario. Read more »
Canadian Press sports reporter and editor Tyler Harper is leaving the newswire service to take on a supervising editor role at Toronto-based sports news site theScore. Read more »
Toronto Sun golf columnist Jon McCarthy has taken home three awards at the sixth annual Golf Journalists Association of Canada awards day. Read more »
Hugh Nicholson is stepping down from his position as Nanaimo Daily News publisher and Division Manager of the Glacier Media’s Vancouver Island NewsMedia Group. The CCNA board member is relocating to Toronto to become divisional president of international media consulting firm NRS Media. Read more »
Newspaper veteran Peter O’Leary has been appointed as the new chief marketing officer for the Ottawa Senators. Read more »
Canadian newspapers have just one day left to submit their entries for Editor & Publisher’s annual EPPY Awards. Read more »
The Kelowna Capital News in B.C. is revising its publishing schedule to move from three editions a week to two. Starting the week of September 15, the Black Press owned community newspaper will publish twice a wekk on Wednesdays and Fridays. Read more »
The Winnipeg Free Press has introduced a new editorial direction for its Perspectives and Politics section. According to the paper, the modernized editorial pages in print and online will move beyond letters to the editor in order to capture a “wider conversation” among readers. Read more »
TC Media has launched a unique multimedia project titled “A Week That Changed Our World.” The initiative features a series of poignant stories, photos and videos that capture engaging and touching moments from across Atlantic Canada. Read more »