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04 February 2016
At a time when national and local mainstream media seem to be downsizing and shutting down daily, where does Canada’s ethnic media fit in?
03 February 2016
Top publishers Phillip Crawley of The Globe and Mail and John Cruickshank of the Toronto Star join La Presse COO Pierre-Elliott Levasseur to discuss finding the right revenue model to support quality
25 January 2016
26 people laid off from 149-year-old daily newspaper serving Guelph area.Read more
20 January 2016
90 people are without jobs as a result of Jan. 19’s newsroom mergers and cuts.Read more
20 January 2016
Potential lockout and strike looms over the Chronicle Herald by the end of this week.Read more
15 January 2016
Newsroom layoffs affect StarTouch team, digital journalists.Read more
13 January 2016
Shaw Communications is selling its media division to Corus Entertainment for $2.65 billion, dividing the Shaw telecom empire into separate media and network companies as it moves to sharpen its focus
13 January 2016
Chronicle Herald management removed bylines—so writers and photographers identified themselves on social media.
13 January 2016
The head of Canada's largest newspaper empire says the company is accelerating its intentions to cut costs as it continues to bleed advertising, print circulation and digital media revenue.

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