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Newspapers Canada offers a variety of cost-effective webinars to assist newspaper staff at all levels with ongoing professional development. Read more »
Journalists and newspapers have just two weeks left to submit their best digital content for the 2014 EPPY Awards. The annual awards program, administered by Editor & Publisher, celebrates the best media-affiliated websites across 31 categories. Read more »
Journalists for Human Rights (JHR) hosts a special fundraising gala dinner event in Toronto on September 26 to support human rights journalism in Canada. Every dollar raised at the Night for Rights event will go towards JHR’s life-changing journalism training in Africa, the Middle East and Northern Ontario. Read more »
Former National Post editor-in-chief Stephen Meurice has been appointed as the new editor-in-chief at The Canadian Press. He succeeds former CP editor-in-chief Scott White. Read more »
Jeremy Agius is joining the team in the mobile and interactivity unit at the Globe and Mail as an interactive editor. He was previously with The Canadian Press for 13 years, most recently working as a graphic artist and interactive designer. Read more »
Wade Paterson is leaving his position at Kelowna Capital News to pursue a new career outside of the publishing industry. Paterson served as a reporter for the paper for three years. Read more »
Let your readers know that this is their final chance to have their say in the national Front Pages Competition. Public voting for this historic nation-wide contest ends at 11:59 PM (PDT) on Friday, August 22. Read more »
Each year, Right to Know (RTK) Week is celebrated globally as a way to raise awareness about people’s right to access government information while promoting freedom of information as essential to both democracy and good governance. In 2014, Canadian RTK Week will take place from Monday, September 22 to Sunday, September 28. Read more »
Where do Canadians go when in the market for entertainment or restaurant information? They go mainly to newspapers and websites. Newspapers present readers with local ideas, present new openings and share the latest special offers – they are the perfect information source. Read more »
Newspapers Canada has been informed by Canadian Heritage that letters confirming the 2014/2015 Aid to Publishers funding decisions have been signed and will be mailed later this week. Read more »