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April 23, 2014 03:56pm

General Assignment reporter Laura Kane is leaving her post at the Toronto Star to join the staff at The Canadian Press. Kane will be responsible for reporting on film and television for the national newswire service. Before joining the Star, Kane held reporter positions at the Vancouver Sun and The Globe and Mail. Her work has also been published in Metro, the Tyee and various publications across the Postmedia chain.

People
April 23, 2014 03:55pm

Newspapers Canada reports quarterly on daily newspaper revenues in three categories: print advertising, online and mobile advertising, and circulation. Revenue data for the fourth quarter of 2013 is now available. Total revenue in the fourth quarter shows that the industry continued to decline, with a drop of 9.5% compared to Q4 of 2012.

April 23, 2014 03:52pm

Grant Ellis, the managing editor of Financial Post, is leaving the publication to take over as managing editor at Business News Network (BNN) in May. Ellis has been at the Financial Post since May 2007 and previously worked as a senior producer for BNN for four years and as a writer and producer for ROBTV.

People
April 23, 2014 11:21am

Patricia Graham has been named as the new ombudswoman for Irving-owned Brunswick News Inc. in St John, NB. Graham was previously the editor-in-chief at the Vancouver Sun and vice-president of digital at Pacific Newspaper Group.

People
April 23, 2014 10:36am

Newspaper life is not without stress, and helping your people manage it better is critical to protecting their health. Stress is also a hot editorial topic, very much on the minds of Canadians. A new study by Queen’s University, in partnership with Morneau Shepell, focuses on the mental health of Canadian workers, reporting that their stress levels have risen significantly recently, with the result being lost productivity. On Thursday, May 29 Alan Torrie, President and CEO of Morneau Shepell, will take the stage at the INK+BEYOND newspaper conference in Charlottetown, PEI to deliver a keynote presentation on Employee Mental Health and Wellness. Torrie will provide insight into how high stress, and poor mental health generally, contribute to rising absenteeism and lower workforce productivity.

April 23, 2014 09:06am

Canadian Circulations Audit Board (CCAB) has released annual circulation and website data for its paid and non-paid daily newspaper members, including four of Canada’s largest newspaper publishing groups: Sun Media, Torstar Corporation, TC Media and Free Daily News Group Inc. Initial audits have been recently completed for 11 Metro titles across Canada.

April 22, 2014 04:32pm

Veteran journalist and environmental activities Val Werier has passed away at age 96. Werier began his newspaper career over 75 years ago as a freelancer for the Winnipeg Tribune. Affectionately known as the Prince of Print Journalism, Werier had a long career working at the Tribune and later the Winnipeg Free Press and continued to serve as a contributing columnist with the Free Press past his 95th birthday.

People
April 22, 2014 03:56pm

The Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) is heading west for its annual conference, which will take place in Vancouver on May 9-10. The two-day event features a number of workshops and sessions on a variety of editorial topics including reporting on mental illness, interviewing techniques, data-journalism techniques, ethnic media, court reporting, freedom of information and more. The program also includes the CAJ annual banquet and awards gala on May 10.

Events
April 22, 2014 03:15pm

More than three in four Canadians read newspaper content across print, digital and mobile platforms each week according to the latest readership study by Newspaper Audience Databank (NADbank). Overall reach of daily newspapers in Canada has remained stable, with a slight decline in print readership off-set by the growth of online and mobile readership. The 2013 study also shows that nearly six out of 10 readers choose to read only print editions while move than one in three Canadians consume online newspaper content each week.