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The product management team at Canada Post has approached Newspapers Canada to seek your feedback on how they can improve or enhance their Publications Mail service. This is a great opportunity for you to share your thoughts, concerns, ideas, etc. They are in the process of gathering input from customers and other stakeholders such as agencies and mail service providers. Read more »
Today the amalgamated organization of NADbank and PMB released two new studies measuring magazine and newspaper readership in Canada. Read more »
Newfoundland journalist William R. Callahan is the winner of the 2014 Atlantic Journalism Awards Lifetime Achievement Award. The award is presented to an individual who has demonstrated a lifetime of dedication to journalism excellence in Atlantic Canada. Read more »
Ian Jacques is leaving his post as editor of the Coast Reporter in Sechelt, B.C. Jacques has been with the Glacier-owned community newspaper since January 2003 and previously worked at the Squamish Chief. Jacques has been appointed editor of the Burnaby News Leader and the Westminster News Leader. Read more »
Newspaper publishing partners from across the country will join newspaper representatives in Toronto on Friday, May 22 at this year’s National Newspaper Conference. Delegates will have a chance to connect with cutting edge industry suppliers and hear about new opportunities, tools and services during social events and on the trade show floor. Read more »
In Ontario, former Sarnia Observer sports writer and editor Harry Tompkins has died at age 87. Tompkins first joined The Observer at age 19 and was named sports editor in 1948 at just age 20, the youngest daily newspaper sports editor in Canada at the time. Read more »
The 2015 Great-West Life, London Life and Canada Life Literacy Innovation Award is now open for submissions. The award honours innovative adult literacy or adult-integrated family literacy programs delivered by a Canadian community organization that positively impacts the lives of adult learners. Read more »
Toronto Star staff columnist Heather Mallick is the winner of The Landsberg Award for 2015. Presented by The Canadian Journalism Foundation (CJF) in association with the Canadian Women's Foundation, The Landsberg Award celebrates a journalist who gives greater profile to women's equality issues. Read more »
The Canadian Journalism Foundation (CJF) has announced the three finalists for its inaugural CJF Innovation Award.
 At a time when news organizations are facing unprecedented challenges and demands for change, this award recognizes innovations that have a demonstrated impact in advancing the quality of journalism done by an individual news organization. Read more »
Newspapers Canada reports quarterly on daily newspaper revenues in the following categories: print advertising, online and mobile advertising, and circulation. Revenue data for the fourth quarter of 2014 is now available. Read more »