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News Media Canada shares the truth delivered by newspapers

A campaign for National Newspaper Week is running in over 350 outlets, supported by OOH targeting small communities.

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IGA and Ricardo are starting home ec classes for grown-ups

The grocer is leveraging the media platform to address an emerging deficit in basic food management skills.

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What SJC has planned for the new Canadian Business

EIC Charlotte Herrold talks about a relaunch that will bring more focus on the “innovation economy,” along with new sections and advertising opportunities.

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CMDC begins a new push to champion local media

A World News Day campaign is step one in the organization’s efforts to lead conversations about investing in trusted outlets.

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Globe launches content program to close the gender gap

Visa is among the nine companies supporting The Globe Women’s Collective, which examines the opportunities and challenges women face in the workplace.

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SJC shows why you should trust the printed word

Instead of telling people why it’s important, the publisher of Maclean’s asks people to think about print’s value for themselves.

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ICYMI: Maclean’s starts a new editorial focus with its redesign

Plus, Adviso adds to performance and digital media teams, while Star Cineplex adds content from Next.

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IGA acquires majority stake in Ricardo Media

The two companies are building on 20 years of collaboration, with goals of providing innovation, enhanced experiences to consumers.

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Despite ad increase, Postmedia reports Q3 revenue decline

The publisher is innovating for the future, but the company’s president and CEO again pointed to the need to legislate Facebook and Google.

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Report paints a post-pandemic picture

Vividata’s latest report takes a look at how COVID-19 has impacted consumer behaviour, and how it may affect things moving forward.

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Facebook and Canadian Press partner to develop Indigenous voices

Originally a one-year, $1-million initiative, the fellowship program has been extended for an additional three years.

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Alcohol ad spending is on the rise: report

As online availability increases and hospitality lockdown closures persist, alcohol brands have been shifted more and more to digital media tactics.

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Cafeyn is launching in Canada in partnership with Telus

Telus is the first telecom provider in Canada to offer access to the online magazine platform’s premium titles.

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The first steps for Facebook’s journalism project in Canada

The News Innovation Test tries to address publisher compensation for linking to news not already on Facebook.