Community Newspapers are the lifeline to their communities and provide a dynamic, active and rewarding working environment. Careers at community newspapers cover many departments including editorial, advertising, circulation, production, distribution and administration.

For available positions within the following groups please visit their web sites:


Help Wanted:


Multimedia Journalist 
The Northern Times in Kapuskasing, the only community newspaper in Kapuskasing, ON., currently has an opening for the following position: Multimedia Journalist.



  • Excellent interviewing, writing and editing skills
  • An eye for photography
  • Familiarity with CP stylebook an asset
  • Comfortable with online news and social media platforms
  • Good organizational skills
  • Ability to work under pressure in a deadline-oriented profession
  • Reliable transportation and valid license
  • Self-motivated
  • English/French bilingualism an asset
The successful candidate will be expected to cover municipal council, politics, sports, community news and events, feature stories and will report directly to the Editor - Digital and Print. Must be proficient with computers and digital photography. Requires evening and weekend availability. Must have own vehicle.  
Hours of work:
Full-time position, with a flexible schedule to accommodate weeknight and weekend work assigned. 
Please reply in writing to:
Kevin Anderson
Editor - Digital & Print
51 Riverside Dr.
Kapuskasing, ON
P5N 1A7 
or e-mail:
While we thank all applicants for their interest, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. 






New Media Specialist Intern

Manitoulin Publishing Company Limited wishes to a hire a New Media Specialist Intern. The intern's primary objective will be to position the Manitoulin Publishing Co. Ltd's websites firmly as the premiere news and "buy, sell and auction" portals for Manitoulin Island.

Working under the supervision of the organization's certified webmaster, the intern will:

  • Continuously monitor and post to social media networks;
  • Design online advertising opportunities for clients;
  • Continuously post content to and;
  • Work with webmaster to develop multiple strategies to increase online traffic flow;
  • Liaise with newspaper's editorial staff to determine appropriate and current content;
  • Use Google Analytics in order to analyze news site trends and apply them to our own content; and
  • Work with webmaster to add and monitor useful community features to

The intern will work directly with clients in developing their online messages. 


  • Have a working knowledge and understanding of website design, structure and maintenance;
  • Be capable of creating social media posts;
  • Be a recent graduate of a related program from an Ontario post secondary institution. This must be your first full-time position in your field.
  • Qualified applicants must have the demonstrable abilities to work quickly and efficiently to deadlines, manage a large work flow, manage their own and others' time and work in a team environment. Correct written English usage with a firm grounding in spelling, grammar and punctuation is an expectation.


$17.35/hour for 52 weeks with the possibility of an offer of permanent employment after one year. 


If you meet these qualifications, please apply, with references and resume to:

The Manitoulin Expositor, attention Dave Patterson
Post: Box 369, Little Current, ON P0P 1K0


Deadline for applications is Friday, April 10, 2015 at 4:00PM. 



Sales Position - Correo Canadiense

Sales position for a recognized Spanish Newspaper in Toronto. Commission based between 20% to 30% plus expenses.
Please contact by email to

Employment Wanted:


Giovanni Capriotti
Giovanni is seeking a position as a multimedia specialist, assignment photographer and post-production technician. He has experience working as a freelance photographer for Sun Media/QMI and the Montreal Gazette, and most recently spent time with the Manitoulin Expositor. 


For more information, please click here to view Giovanni's resume.    


John McGhie
John has over 35 years of experience working in the newspaper industry. He started at the Brampton Daily Times as sports reporter and editor, spent time at the Cambridge Reporter as sports and city editor, then moved to the Brampton Guardian as editor and finally joined the Georgetown Independent & Free Press as managing editor.   

For more information, please click here to see John's resume.  


Scott McLachlin
Highly skilled Plant Manager with 23 years of professional experience at a web printing and graphics plant available for hire. Looking for challenging position in management, customer service and production. For full CV, please contact Scott at 519-692-5854 or


Click here to see Scott's resume.