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Calgary Sun
Torstar: Get off high horseIt takes some kind of nerve to call your main competitor a “cancer” on journali
Torstar: Get off high horse
Calgary Sun / Posted 13 hours ago
It takes some kind of nerve to call your main competitor a “cancer” on journalism in the same week the TorStar-owned Metroland Media Group killed the print edition of the almost 150-year-old Guelph Mercury newspaper. While David Olive’s column in... Read more
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Ontario Farmer Daily
Ontario FarmerFebruary 8, 2015 - Congratulations to the 17 dairy farmers from Ontario and Sas
Ontario Farmer
Ontario Farmer Daily / Posted 20 hours ago
February 8, 2015 - Congratulations to the 17 dairy farmers from Ontario and Saskatchewan who completed the Future Leaders Development Program led by the Rural Ontario Institute February 2 to 4, 2016 in Toronto. The three-day leadership course was... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
Chamber hands out hardwareMembers of many of Grande Prairie's prominent businesses were on hand Saturday
Chamber hands out hardware
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted yesterday
Members of many of Grande Prairie's prominent businesses were on hand Saturday during the 97th annual Canwest Chamber Ball Awards held at the Holiday Inn & Suites in Grande Prairie. The Chamber Ball, put on by the Grande Prairie & District Chamber of... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
New nail salon and spa opensA new option to get your nails done is now available. After working in the ind
New nail salon and spa opens
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
A new option to get your nails done is now available. After working in the industry for about 10 years, Vicky Nguyen has opened her own salon, Amazing Nails and Spa, on 100 Street. "I (wanted) to stay in Grande Prairie so I thought I would start my... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Shaw’s focus on distribution reopens content debateWith Shaw Communications Inc. planning a move into wireless services and an exi
Shaw’s focus on distribution reopens content debate
The Globe and Mail / Posted 5 days ago
With Shaw Communications Inc. planning a move into wireless services and an exit from its media business, the value of Canadian telecommunications providers owning content is once again up for debate. During the past decade, most of Canada’s biggest... Read more
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Hamilton News
The problem with Postmedia: OliveThere is a cancer on Canadian journalism. The malignancy is Postmedia Network
The problem with Postmedia: Olive
Hamilton News / Posted 9 days ago
There is a cancer on Canadian journalism. The malignancy is Postmedia Network Canada Corp., a foreign-controlled, debt-burdened contrivance flirting with insolvency that nonetheless is relied upon by about 21 million Canadian readers. Postmedia’s... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Paul Godfrey expounds on Postmedia’s woesPaul Godfrey doesn’t need to be prompted to talk about the troubled state of Ca
Paul Godfrey expounds on Postmedia’s woes
The Globe and Mail / Posted 14 days ago
Paul Godfrey doesn’t need to be prompted to talk about the troubled state of Canada’s media industry in the midst of a steady stream of bleak news – the Postmedia CEO raises the topic himself. Just a few minutes after stepping into his office at the... Read more
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Hamilton News
LEAVING CHCH: I was part of an independent TV iconIt was the ceiling tile that told the story just as my colleague, George Szosta
LEAVING CHCH: I was part of an independent TV icon
Hamilton News / Posted 14 days ago
It was the ceiling tile that told the story just as my colleague, George Szostak, always said that it would. For years, it hung broken, water-stained, and askew just outside the assignment area in the newsroom. Occasionally, George would point to... Read more
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The Tyee
Postmedia Cuts Confirm Newspapers' Days Are NumberedIt's time to look past the grisly spectacle of Postmedia's death spiral and tal
Postmedia Cuts Confirm Newspapers' Days Are Numbered
The Tyee / Posted 20 days ago
It's time to look past the grisly spectacle of Postmedia's death spiral and talk about what comes next. The corporation chopped 90 editorial jobs Tuesday, about eight per cent of its journalists. It centralized sports coverage and merged previously... Read more
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Comox Valley Record
Joel Regehr receives Ray Lepp Volleyball ScholarshipJoel Regehr of Courtenay received the 2015 Ray Lepp Volleyball Scholarship on F
Joel Regehr receives Ray Lepp Volleyball Scholarship
Comox Valley Record / Posted 20 days ago
Joel Regehr of Courtenay received the 2015 Ray Lepp Volleyball Scholarship on Friday, Jan. 15 prior to the UBC Thunderbirds game against the Brandon Bobcats. Regehr, a Mark R. Isfeld graduate, played on Canada’s junior national team during the... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Weekly Deals: Shaw, Corus, GMP, Canaccord and IVPShaw Media sale has uncanny parallels to old CanWest deal‎ To justify his $2.6
Weekly Deals: Shaw, Corus, GMP, Canaccord and IVP
The Globe and Mail / Posted 24 days ago
Shaw Media sale has uncanny parallels to old CanWest deal‎ To justify his $2.6-billion purchase of Shaw Media, Corus Entertainment Inc. chief executive officer Doug Murphy is stressing two things: the power of women and the importance of... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Five things to know about the Corus-Shaw Media dealCorus Entertainment Inc. said Wednesday it has agreed to acquire Shaw Media Inc
Five things to know about the Corus-Shaw Media deal
The Globe and Mail / Posted 26 days ago
Corus Entertainment Inc. said Wednesday it has agreed to acquire Shaw Media Inc. from Shaw Communications Inc. Here are five things to know about the sale of Shaw’s broadcast media assets to Corus: What’s the price tag? Corus will pay Shaw... Read more

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