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The Globe and Mail led the pack of winners at the 2015 Canadian Online Publishing Awards, taking home seven medals in total across a diverse range of categories, including Best Editorial Package, Best News Coverage and Best Data Visualization. Read more »
Newspapers Canada has more than 40 case studies (video and print) in a number of different categories showcasing the strength and effectiveness of newspapers. Read more »
It’s time to sort through your best work from 2015 and prepare your submissions for Newspapers Canada’s upcoming awards season. Read more »
Early-career photojournalists looking to gain national exposure are invited to apply for the Tom Hanson Photojournalism Award. Read more »
Vividata has released updated readership data for 35 daily newspapers in 30 markets in its Q2 2015 Local Market Newspaper Study. Read more »
Former St. Catharines Standard managing editor Murray Thomson has died at age 87. Read more »
Statistics Canada has released a report on the effects of Black Friday on total retail spending (2006, 2011, 2014) and evaluates the shift of sales from December to November since the introduction of Black Friday. Read more »
Canadian Journalists for Free Expression will host its 18th annual awards gala on December 2, 2015, at the Fairmont Royal York hotel in Toronto. Read more »
In Ontario, the Orangeville Banner is moving to a once-a-week publishing schedule. The Metroland-owned community newspaper will publish a larger, more comprehensive Thursday edition and discontinue its Tuesday paper. Read more »
The Globe and Mail has appointed veteran political journalist Robert Fife as its new Ottawa bureau chief. Read more »