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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 9, 2014.

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 www.cumberlandnewsnow.com site. There will be no changes to the current editorial staff.

Special edition marks the Toronto Star's 120th anniversary

The first edition of the Evening Star appeared on the streets of Toronto on November 3, 1892. The four-page edition was published by 21 locked-out printers at the Toronto News, and sold for a penny. Readers, former and current staff and long-time publisher and Torstar board chairman, John Honderich, shared their thoughts on 12 decades of publishing in a special 16-page supplement.

Postmedia announces pay walls for all papers

After testing pay walls in four of its major daily markets, Postmedia Network Inc.

Toronto Star to introduce pay wall in 2013

The Toronto Star has also announced plans to put its content behind metered pay walls in 2013. Under the plan, most print subscribers to the Toronto Star will receive free full access to thestar.com’s content.

Mikhail Gorbachev takes helm at Winnipeg Free Press

Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev took over the editor's seat at the Winnipeg Free Press this week. In town to speak at We Day Manitoba, the Nobel Peace Prize winner shared his global perspective with readers in Tuesday's paper via an exclusive column and set editorial priorities for Free Press newsroom staff working on the special edition.

Cobden Sun rebrands as The Pulse

The Cobden Sun, one of the oldest weekly newspapers in the Ottawa Valley has been rebranded as The Pulse. Under publisher/owner Howard Winters and editor Debbie Robinson, the 117-year old paper has extended coverage from its home base of Whitewater in Renfrew County, to include Eaganville, Petawawa, Pembroke, and Laurentian Valley.

The Free Press (B.C.) to expand its distribution

In B.C., The Free Press is broadening its circulation area to include the Crowsnest Pass region. The 115-year-old community newspaper based in Fernie now distributes over 7,000 weekly papers in the Elk Valley, South Country and Crowsnest regions. The Free Press was recently recognized as the Best Community Newspaper of the Year (General Excellence) by the British Columbia and Yukon Community Newspaper Association (BCYCNA).

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