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26 November 2009
Al Jazeera English will soon be available in Canada, following Thursday's decision by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission to approve the channel for cable and satellite
25 November 2009
Journalists Amanda Lindhout and Nigel Brennan were released Wednesday, reported numerous sources, more than one year after they were kidnapped near Mogadishu in August 2008. Lindhout told CTV news
28 October 2009
[Note: This post has been updated] Dianne Rinehart has stepped down as editor-in-chief of Metro Canada's six English newspapers. Rinehart, who was running the newspapers in Toronto, Halifax, Ottawa,
23 October 2009
Backed by a foundation and a public TV station, Chicago journalists create a new venture to produce local news. One of the first clients is The New York Times which will print two pages of local news
17 October 2009
News agencies widely reported that Iranian-Canadian journalist Maziar Bahari -- arrested in June after Iran's controversial elections -- is free on bail. Agence France-Presse quoted Iran's semi-
14 October 2009
The news business is facing life and death challenges. On Saturday, Oct. 17 at the University of King's College, a powerhouse of journalistic thinkers will consider where it might be going next. They
06 October 2009
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice granted most of the Canwest Global Communications organization protection from creditors at mid-morning Tuesday, ending years of uncertainty about Canwest's
21 September 2009
Some Saskatchewan media jobs are moving east – way east. Canwest’s Regina Leader-Post plans to outsource ad department work to India and the Philippines , according to reports by CBC Saskatchewan and
14 September 2009
Beautiful tributes have been pouring in for Margaret Philp, a Globe and Mail reporter for more than 20 years who died last week at 43. Her family has planned a memorial service for Sunday Sept 27 at

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