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11 November 2014
The Edmonton Journal was founded on Nov. 11, 1903, by three local businessmen as a rival to the 23-year-old Edmonton Bulletin, Alberta’s first newspaper.
11 November 2014
The four-page paper that would grow into Toronto Star, Canada’s largest daily newspaper, and was initially sold for one cent.
08 November 2014
The four-page paper that would grow into Toronto Star, Canada’s largest daily newspaper, and was initially sold for one cent.
09 November 2014
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation was created when the CRBC was reorganized as a Crown corporation.Read more
09 November 2014
“Montreal Letter” was one of the first columns written by a female writer in Canada
09 November 2014
Herald was founded by William Gray and made its first appearance on Oct. 19, 1811.
09 November 2014
Canada’s first television station began broadcasting from Montreal on Oct. 9, 1931.
10 November 2014
The Canadian government began granting radio broadcasting licences to private enterprises in the 1920s.
14 April 2014
Ontario's first newspaper, The Upper Canada Gazette, was published on Apr. 18, 1793. The government-sponsored newspaper was an initiative of John Graves Simcoe, the province’s first lieutenant-

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