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With a federal election soon to be called, Newspapers Canada has answers to some common questions about election laws. It should be noted that these rules only take effect after an election has been called. Click here to learn about advertising blackout periods, restrictions on election ads, reporting on opinion ads and more.
In an effort to engage the public and support professional journalism in Canada, a group of media stakeholders have developed a campaign titled JournalismIS. The advertising component of the initiative includes a series of print, video and digital ads representing 10 journalism principles including 'telling the truth' and 'getting answers'.
Sponsors include Postmedia, Newspapers Canada, the Canadian Association of Journalists, the Ryerson School of Journalism and Unifor.
Presented by Editor & Publisher, the EPPY Awards recognizes media-affiliated Web sites across the globe. Now in its 20th year, the annual contest features 31 categories including Best Mobile App.
Newspapers are invited to submit entries until August 28. In order to be eligible for this year's competition, entries must have been available online at any time during April 1, 2014 through August 28, 2015.
Please note that our system will be down on Friday, June 26. We will have access to e-mail, but phone lines will be down for the majority of the day and back up on Monday, June 29.
Our telephone (905-639-8720) and fax (905-639-6962) numbers will remain the same, however each staff member's extension will change as follows:
Attention members! Effective July 1, 2015 the OCNA (Ontario Community Newspapers Association) and Ad*Reach, will be relocationg from:
3228 South Service Road, Suite 116
890 Yonge Street, Suite 200
Please update your records accordingly.
Thank you to all who attended the BNC Awards Gala on Friday, May 22 at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel.
If you are looking to order duplicate plaques, they are available at a cost of $40 + HST (including delivery).
Please contact Karen Shardlow at firstname.lastname@example.org or 905-639-8720 x 232 with your order no later than Friday, June 19.
By John Foust
I remember stopping for directions to a golf course. "How do I get to Sea Palms?" I asked. The young man behind the counter of the convenience store responded with his own question, "From here?" I almost laughed out loud at the absurdity - and the profoundness - of his comment. Directions always start from where we are at the moment.