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The Globe and Mail has won two prestigious EPPY Awards: one for Best News Website and another for Best Home Page. Read more »
Newspapers Canada’s recent Path to Purchase study (undertaken by Totum research) demonstrates that newspapers are the top-ranked media source by Canadians. Read more »
Reporter Mike Pickford has become the new editor at the Bonnyville Nouvelle. He has been with award-winning weekly paper based in Bonnyville, Alberta for two years. He succeeds former editor Brandon MacLeod who was in the role for four years. Read more »
André Paquette, founder of La Compagnie d’édition André Paquette Inc., died on October 20. He was 86 years old. The company owns a number of French-language community newspapers, including three CCNA members. Paquette was also one of the founding members of the l'Association de la presse francophone (APF), a regional newspaper association representing Canada’s French-language newspapers outside of Quebec. Read more »
There have been a number of staff changes at The Globe and Mail. Read more »
Algonquin College journalism professor Mark Anderson died earlier this month from complications from throat cancer at age 51. A print journalist for over 25 years, Anderson worked as a business reporter, editor and writer. Read more »
The application deadline for the 2015 R. James Travers Foreign Corresponding Fellowship is just two weeks away. Full-time and freelance journalists working in any medium are eligible to compete for this annual award. Read more »
Looking for professional training for less? Newspapers Canada’s offers members access to over 50 unique educational webinars at the low price of just $25 per session. Presentations cover a diverse variety of topics (editorial, circulation, digital, ad sales, management) and are led by media experts from across North America. Read more »
Last week, in partnership with OpenMedia, Canadian Journalists for Free Expression (CJFE) launched a new initiative to collect input from Canadians across the country on how to shape government privacy policies. CJFE is seeking feedback from news organizations and the Canadian public to help develop a plan for what future privacy protection policies should look like. Read more »
The Sidney Hillman Foundation is now accepting nominations for the 2015 Canadian Hillman Prize—an award that honours investigative reporting that draws attention to social or economic injustice and hopefully leads to change. Read more »