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The Atkinson Charitable Foundation, the Honderich Family and the Toronto Star have launched their annual search for an experienced Canadian journalist who is ready to pursue a one-year, in-depth examination of an emerging or challenging public policy issue. Read more »
Newspapers Canada recently launched new research on the power of automotive advertising in newspaper media (print and digital). This easy-to-read one-page written summary provides a quick overview of the impressive influence of newspaper media in the automotive category. Read more »
Canadian journalists aged 20 to 25 working for CNA-member daily newspapers are invited to submit their best work from 2014 for this year’s Goff Penny Awards. The awards program is administered annually by Newspapers Canada and provides for cash prizes of $1,500 to winners in two circulation categories. Read more »
Newspapers Canada is seeking industry professionals with relevant expertise to serve as judges for our upcoming national competitions: the Canadian Community Newspaper Awards and the Great Idea Awards. We’re looking for qualified newspaper staff to volunteer their time to evaluate entries in a diverse range of awards categories covering editorial work, photography, multimedia projects, advertising and promotional campaigns, and more. Read more »
Join us next week for a special webinar presentation Sports Photography: Beyond Peak Action. During the one-hour presentation, award-winning sports photographer Amber Bracken from the Edmonton Sun will teach participants how to capture intensity and emotion in sports photography. Read more »
Jean Leguee has retired from the Simcoe Reformer in Ontario. Leguee has been with the paper for over 20 years; she began working at the front desk and taking classified ads and then moved into advertising sales. Read more »
Newspapers Canada’s annual Great Idea Awards recognize outstanding marketing and promotional initiatives from both daily and community publications across the country. Your publication has just two weeks left to submit creative and innovative projects from 2014 for this year’s competition. Read more »
The Department of Canadian Heritage has now released the 2015-2016 Applicant's Guide and Application Form for the Aid to Publishers component of the Canada Periodical Fund (CPF). Paid-circulation non-daily newspapers in Canada have just over two weeks left to submit application forms for the 2014-2016 funding period. Read more »
The Canadian Journalism Foundation hosts a special sports journalism discussion on Thursday, February 5 in Toronto to discuss the changing sports landscape in Canada. The panel includes Bruce Arthur, sports columnist from the Toronto Star, and representatives from CBC Sports Weekend and Rogers Sportsnet. Read more »
Greg Nesteroff has been appointed as the new editor of the Nelson Star based in the West Kootenay region in B.C. Bill Metfcalfe is also joining the Nelson Star as a full-time reporter. Read more »