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Canadian newspaper closures hit Tory ridings, but MPs don't see a federal role

From The Canadian Press

OTTAWA – Conservative-held ridings are being hit the hardest by the Sun Media chain’s decision to shutter eight community newspapers across the country — including a pair founded more than century ago. 198 more words


'The whole middle of the newspaper business is just gone.'

‘The whole middle of the newspaper business is just gone.”

The verdict of NYT journo figurehead David Carr, according to a report of his interview with a CBC radio host in Toronto, published in… 186 more words


Canadian Newspapers: Where are the strong female voices?

As I gaze across the sports writing landscape in Canada, I am troubled. Not so much for what I see and hear as what I don’t see and hear. 778 more words

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Labouring over R&D - Proposed changes to SR&ED will hinder innovation

By Greg Markey & Peter Kovessy

Companies engaged in research and development and operating at a loss could see their financial situation worsen under recently proposed changes to a “flagship” government assistance scheme that are expected to appear in the upcoming federal budget. 88 more words

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Relief from earthquake in sight for Haiti

There has been a great reaction from my story about Laurier Optical’s Haiti Relief Project. After the story appeared in the Ottawa Citizen last month, groups from across Canada and the United States contacted Laurier Optical offering their assistance. 23 more words

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Canadian Newspapers

The best selling news apps in Italy, Germany, Spain, Canada, UK is now even better with version 1.1:

+ New excellent graphics

+ Automatically sync newspapers at launch (can be configured using the Settings.app) 439 more words


A sorry spectacle: Logistics stymie eyeglasses project for Haiti

For the last couple months, I had been working on a freelance piece for the Ottawa Citizen and Gojournalism.ca. Laurier Optical started a relief project, where they collected donated glasses with the intention of sending a team down to Haiti to distribute them. 35 more words

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