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September 2, 2015 11:10am

The Canadian Association of Journalists and Aga Khan Foundation Canada are now accepting applications for the Fellowship for International Development Reporting. The annual initiative encourages journalists to push the boundaries of daily foreign coverage – which is often focused on disaster or crisis – and set new standards for reporting on the developing world.   The Fellowship is open to all reporters – both freelancers and staff reporters – with at least five years of work experience as a journalist. Winning recipients are provided with $25,000 to undertake a substantial reporting project which helps Canadians develop a greater understanding of the complex issues facing the developing world. The application deadline for the Fellowship for International Reporting is 11:59 p.m. ET on Wednesday, September 30, 2015. For more information and entry details, visit

Awards, Editorial
September 2, 2015 12:04am

The Government of Canada spent $75,213,380 on advertising (media and production) in 2013-2014. Advertising in community newspapers (excluding Official Language, Ethnic and Aboriginal publications) accounted for just $867,153. On average this results in annual federal government spending of only $1,021 in each of Canada’s 849 local community newspapers. Newspapers Canada has prepared a report designed to provide publishers with information on the issues regarding government advertising spending as well as a sample Opinion/Editorial piece to help educate readers. Read more »

September 2, 2015 12:00am

Michael Di Massa is leaving his post as the editor of the Sherwood Park News in Sherwood, Alberta. He first joined the community paper as a reporter in December 2008, and went on to become the paper’s editor a year and a half later. He is moving on to a new communications job.

September 1, 2015 11:59pm

Head back to school this September with educational webinar sessions designed to suit your busy schedule. Newspapers Canada has partnered with Online Media Campus and Inland Press Association to provide members with affordable online training covering a range of topics. This month, webinar sessions cover capitalizing on quizzes, investigative reporting tools, commercial content and employee onboarding. Newspapers Canada members can sign up online for a discounted rates. Webinars continue throughout the year so be sure to check our online event calendar for more details on upcoming training sessions.

Events, Webinars
September 1, 2015 11:56pm

Carlie Connolly joined the staff at the Peninsula News Review in Sidney, B.C. earlier this summer. In her new role she will be covering arts, Central Saanich municipal council, and a variety of other news beats. Connolly was previously a community news reporter at the Cypress Courier in Medicine Hat, Alberta.

September 1, 2015 11:53pm

The entry period for the 20th annual EPPY Awards has been extended to midnight on Friday, September 11, 2015. Entries are being accepted online at The annual awards, presented by Editor & Publisher, honour the best media-affiliated websites across 31 diverse categories, within two divisions. The winners will be announced Wednesday, October 28, 2015. For more information, visit

September 1, 2015 11:51pm

In Alberta, reporter and assistant editor Pauline Zulueta is leaving the High River Times. Zulueta has been with the community paper for one year and is moving back to Calgary to contrinue her education.

September 1, 2015 11:49pm

Stats on Total Light Vehicle Sales from Desrosiers Automotive Consultants are now available on their website at DesRosiers Automotive Consultants Inc. (DAC) is a consulting and market research company in Canada that specializes in the automotive sector.

September 1, 2015 11:48pm

Newspapers Canada has prepared an easy-to-understand summary of the 2015 Automotive Research. The infographic is designed as a brief overview of the research for media planners, auto advertisers and dealers. In one page, it visually highlights the power of newspapers (both print and online) in the automotive purchase process. Click here to view Newspapers Drive Vehicle Sales Infographic.

August 26, 2015 12:23pm

After two plus years of discussion with their Industry members, the Press Councils of British Columbia, Atlantic Canada and Ontario are merging their organizations to form the new National Newsmedia Council (NNC) effective September 2015. This is an exciting development that has come about through a truly collaborative effort of the three Press Councils and representatives of their Industry members and Newspapers Canada. A major turning point was reached earlier this year when Postmedia and their newly acquired Sun papers indicated that they would resume membership once a National Council was established. Together with the majority of the daily and community newspapers across the country who have expressed support for the National Council concept, we have achieved a financially stable, cost efficient and effective operational model and we are ready to launch.