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Happy Holidays from Newspapers Canada

The staff at Newspapers Canada, along with our CNA and CCNA board members, would like to wish our members and associates all the best during the holiday season and a very happy New Year.

Our News on News e-bulletin will return on January 8, 2015.

Toronto hockey tickets for sale

Newspapers Canada has a selection of Toronto Maple Leaf hockey tickets available for sale. The home-game seats are located in Section 113, Row 14, Seats 3 and 4 GOLD.Ticket prices vary.

For more information please contact Cam Lieu directly at

Reminder: Take advantage of discounted rates on UPS services

Members of the Canadian Newspaper Association (CNA) and the Canadian Community Newspaper Association (CCNA) receive up to 30 percent off domestic and international small package shipments, brokerage and freight shipments through our exclusive UPS Members Benefits Program. It’s free to sign up and there are no minimum shipping requirements.

CNA and CCNA members can take advantage of the following exclusive discounts with a new or existing UPS account.

OCNA releases updated Media Guide

The Ontario Community Newspapers Association (OCNA) has released an updated version of its Media Guide, which serves as a training tool and educational resource for editorial, advertising and production departments at newspapers across the country. The latest version of the guide includes detailed information on copyright regulations, court reporting, advertising alerts, defamation laws and much more.

Introducing the UPS Members Benefit Program

Newspaper Canada is pleased to announce that the exclusive UPS Members Benefit Program is now available to members of the Canadian Community Newspapers Association and the Canadian Newspaper Association.

UPS offers a broad range of services for the transportation of packages and freight. It is free to sign up and there are no minimum shipping requirements.

Discounted rates on media sales certification program

Newspapers Canada has partnered with Local Media Association (LMA) to offer newspaper staff three unique sales training certification courses at a special reduced rate. The LMA Media Sales Certification Program provides media salespeople with the skills and tools they need to progress from transaction-focused selling to true consultative selling.

Participants will learn how to transform their sales relationships into collaborative business partnerships that produce dramatic, long-term and measurable sales results.

Webinar archive offers affordable staff training on demand

Newspapers Canada offers a variety of cost-effective webinars to assist newspaper staff at all levels with ongoing professional development. Our comprehensive online webinar archive contains over 50 unique training sessions on a variety of topics including social media, SEO, advertising sales, headline writing, multimedia skills and much more.

Presentations are led by media experts from across North America and are tailored towards newspaper staff from a variety of different departments including editorial, circulation, digital, advertising sales and management.

The Globe and Mail now accepting applications for 2014 Summer Program

The Globe and Mail is looking to hire reporters, digital/video/multimedia editors, copy editors and others for the summer of 2014. These are fully paid 12-week jobs and not internships.

The Prince Albert Daily Herald moves to morning delivery

In Saskatchewan, The Prince Albert Daily herald will be moving to a morning delivery schedule starting July 22. “All of the newspapers around us are morning papers," said circulation manager Lorraine Brassard of the new delivery schedule, which aims to have print editions in subscribers’ mailboxes by between 6:00 AM and 8:00 AM.

The Amherst (NS) Daily News moves to weekly format

In Nova Scotia, The Amherst Daily News is moving to a weekly publishing schedule. The 120-year-old daily paper will re-launch on Friday, August 2 as the Amherst News. The paper will also be revamping its online presence, providing increased local news and events coverage through its site. There will be no changes to the current editorial staff.

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