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September 10, 2014 05:31pm

Media and technology expert Martin Seto recently profiled a number of the vendors from the 2014 INK+BEYOND newspaper conference for Masthead’s Gadget Blog. Seto also offers some insights on current news consumption trends and the state of the industry in Canada.

September 9, 2014 09:04pm

The Victoria Times Colonist, The Globe and Mail, The Vancouver Sun, The Province, Vancouver Courier, the Chilliwack Times and Nanaimo News Bulletin are among the nominees for the 2014 Jack Webster Awards. The annual awards program, named after the late broadcaster who was one of Western Canada's best-known and most influential reporters, was established in 1986 to recognize and encourage excellence in British Columbia journalism.

September 9, 2014 08:47pm

Mélanie Marquis, a parliamentary bureau reporter for The Canadian Press, has relocated from Montreal to Ottawa. She is swapping positions with fellow CP bureau reporter Stephanie Marin who is moving from Ottawa to Montreal at the end of September.

September 9, 2014 08:42pm

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

September 9, 2014 08:35pm

Cathrin Bradbury has been appointed as the new vice president and editor-in-chief of Metro English Canada. Bradbury first joined Star Media Group in 2011 and is currently the executive director of content development, and founding director of Star Content Studios. She previously worked in various positions at Rogers Publishing and is the former managing editor of news and features at the Globe and Mail.

September 9, 2014 08:33pm

Transcontinental has announced that it will be reorganizing its weekly newspaper portfolio in Quebec. The Montreal-based media company has decided to cease publication of 20 of its French-language titles, which for the most part will be integrated into other publications it holds in the same regions. According to a press release, this decisions was made with a view to ensuring that communities in the region “continue to receive relevant local information and that the greatest possible number of jobs are kept.” TC Media now has a consolidated portfolio of close to 120 titles in Quebec.

September 9, 2014 08:30pm

Paul Woods has joined the staff at the Toronto Star as the new executive editor for the daily paper. Woods will be responsible for overseeing financial and technology matters and will report directly to managing editor Jane Davenport. Woods is a former reporter and editor for The Canadian Press.

September 9, 2014 08:28pm

Globe and Mail reporter Stephanie Nolen is the recipient of the Ramnath Goenka Excellence in Journalism Award for her “Breaking Caste” multimedia series. The prestigious award is presented to a top foreign correspondent covering India. Nolen is a veteran international reporter and is currently covering South and Central America as the Globe’s Latin America Bureau Chief. She is a seven-time National Newspaper Award winner and has numerous other editorial accolades for her writing.

September 9, 2014 08:25pm

Calgary Herald intern reporter Dylan Robertson is the fifth recipient of the Michelle Lang Fellowship in Journalism. Robertson has held reporting and editing roles at a number of publications including the Toronto Star, Montreal Gazette and Metro News Canada in Toronto. In keeping with the terms of the fellowship, Thomas will spend six months working at the parliamentary bureau at the Ottawa Citizen followed by six months at the Herald. He will investigate the causes, solutions and implications of homegrown terrorism.

September 9, 2014 08:21pm Has attachments

From October 5-11, newspapers across North America will celebrate the 74th annual National Newspaper Week. This year’s theme Newspapers: The Foundation of Vibrant Communities reinforces the integral part newspapers play in communities large and small. And on Saturday, October 11, publications will recognize Newspaper Carrier Day to honour the men and women who make an important contribution to the industry. Daily and community newspapers are encouraged to highlight the enduring strength of the industry during this weeklong celebration.