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Celebrate National Newspaper Week on October 5-11

Help support the industry and honour the important role newspapers play in communities across the country by celebrating National Newspaper Week (NNW) on October 5-11. Canadian publications of all sizes are encouraged to recognize this week-long initiative by running commemorative ads and publishing editorial materials that touch on this year’s theme, Newspapers: The Foundation of Vibrant Communities.

NNW also includes Newspaper Carrier Day, which will take place on Saturday, October 11. This special day is designed to honour the hard-working individuals who make a vital contribution to the industry.

Journalists for Human Rights hosts gala in Toronto on September 25

Journalists for Human Rights (JHR) hosts a special fundraising gala dinner event in Toronto on September 25 to support human rights journalism in Canada. Every dollar raised at the JHR Night for Rights event will go towards JHR’s life-changing journalism training in Africa, the Middle East and Northern Ontario.

CJF J-Talk: Native Advertising: Journalism's Saviour or Sellout?

The Canadian Journalism Foundation kicks off a new season of its J-Talk discussion series with a special presentation in Toronto on October 2 titled Native Advertising: Journalism's Saviour or Sellout? Whatever you call it—native advertising, branded content or custom content—'advertorials' are controversial, yet news organizations see them as the latest and best business strategy.

CJF tackles the financial opportunities and ethical challenges surrounding sponsored content at this upcoming panel discussion with speakers Scott White, vice-president of content strategy and business development at Postmedia Network, Jill Borra, executive editor at The Globe and Mail, and Cathrin Bradbury, newly appointed editor in chief for Metro English Canada. The talk will be moderated by Ivor Shapiro, chair of the School of Journalism and associate professor specializing in journalism ethics at Ryerson University.

Canadian Right to Know Week is just around the corner

Newspapers and non-governments organizations across the country will celebrate Canadian Right to Know Week on September 22 to 28. Approximately 40 countries around the world recognize the annual initiative as a way to raise awareness about freedom of expression and the right to access government information. On Friday, September 26, the Canadian Association of Journalists will host FOI Friday in Ottawa. The moderated discussion panel with the Information Commissioner of Canada will cover trends, topics and current issues related to Access to Information in Canada, as well as the role that the Commissioner plays in ensuring freedom of information and transparency in Canada.

Reminder: National Newspaper Week and Carrier Day ads and logos now available

Newspapers Canada is pleased to provide members with free ads to use in their publications to help promote National Newspaper Week and Newspaper Carrier Day. The 74th annual National Newspaper Week will take place on October 5-11, 2014. The theme for this year’s event is “Newspapers: The Foundation of Vibrant Communities.”

Ads in both French and English, along with logos and other related materials, can be found on the Newspapers Canada website at www.newspaperscanada.ca/programs/national-newspaper-week.

National Newspaper Week is October 5-11

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.

Celebrate Right to Know Week on September 22-28

The right of access to information is an important human right and is essential for transparent and accountable governance. This month, over 60 non-governmental organizations from around the world will celebrate Right to Know (RTK) Week as a way to raise awareness about people’s right to access government information while promoting freedom of information as essential to both democracy and good governance. Canadian RTK Week will take place from September 22 to 28, 2014.

There are a number of events planned across the country in recognition of this important initiative.

International Literacy Day is September 8

UNESCO International Literacy Day is Monday, September 8. First celebrated in 1966, the international day of recognition celebrates importance of literacy for individuals, communities and societies and to promote adult learning on a global scale. UNESCO organizes numerous advocacy events around the world including the International Literacy Prizes Award Ceremony.

One week left to submit entries for the EPPY Awards

Journalists and newspapers have just two weeks left to submit their best digital content for the 2014 EPPY Awards. The annual awards program, administered by Editor & Publisher, celebrates the best media-affiliated websites across 31 categories. Now in its 19th year, the international contest is open to all media including Canadian daily and community newspapers as well as campus papers. 

The final entry deadline is August 29, 2014.

JHR hosts Night for Rights in Toronto on September 26

Journalists for Human Rights (JHR) hosts a special fundraising gala dinner event in Toronto on September 26 to support human rights journalism in Canada. Every dollar raised at the JHR Night for Rights event will go towards JHR’s life-changing journalism training in Africa, the Middle East and Northern Ontario.

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