journalism

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau leaves a Liberal caucus meeting as members of the media look on in Ottawa on Monday, Nov. 8, 2021. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

Canadian journalists grappling with epidemic of online bullying, harassment: Survey

Epidemic of online bullying leaving many in the industry struggling with mental health challenges

 

OUT ON A LIMB. Campbell River Mirror

Is it fake news or is it just news you don’t agree with? – columnist

Writer contemplates why people are unable to distinguish between the media outlet and the message

 

George Manning (right), seen here in the pressroom of one of the publications he oversaw, was a legendary figure and mentor in the local community newspaper industry. He passed away last week at age 81. (Facebook/Gail Manning)

Newspaper executive left large mark on Vancouver Island journalism

George Manning dies at 81, was key figure in the growth of Black Press on Vancouver Island

 

A pedestrian walks past signage at Google headquarters in Mountain View, Calif. Bloomberg photo by David Paul Morris

Black Press Media pens deal with Google Canada on News Showcase platform

Twenty-seven community news publications part of significant journalism agreement

A pedestrian walks past signage at Google headquarters in Mountain View, Calif. Bloomberg photo by David Paul Morris
A message displayed on the HuffPost Canada site announces they will no longer be publishing content as of March 9, in this screengrab taken Tuesday, March 9, 2021 (THE CANADIAN PRESS)

Huffington Post Canada sees layoffs, website closure weeks after acquired by Buzzfeed

It’s part of a restructuring plan for the company, with changes also predicted for U.K. and Australia

A message displayed on the HuffPost Canada site announces they will no longer be publishing content as of March 9, in this screengrab taken Tuesday, March 9, 2021 (THE CANADIAN PRESS)
The shirts sell for $45, with 30 per cent of proceeds from each sale going to Battered Women’s Support Services in Vancouver. (Madame Premier/Sarah Elder-Chamanara)

Canadian company launches ‘hysterical’ T-Shirt to combat health officials’ use of word

A partnership with Tamara Taggart will see women broadcast the word on a T-shirt or tote bag

The shirts sell for $45, with 30 per cent of proceeds from each sale going to Battered Women’s Support Services in Vancouver. (Madame Premier/Sarah Elder-Chamanara)

Facing changes together: Your community, your journalists

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world in ways that would have…

London Drugs committed to help keep residents informed and communities strong

People are staying home and staying local. And because of this, we…

  • May 4, 2020

Black Press Media winners shine at B.C. and Yukon journalism awards

Publications received nods in dozens of categories

Help the Campbell River Mirror continue its mission to provide trusted local news

In a blindingly short time, the world’s a very different place. The…

Liberal changes to media aid plan hint at speedier spending, industry group says

Liberals first unveiled a $595-million, five-year package of help for the news industry in the 2019 budget

Pandemic-related supports coming for media and journalism, Trudeau says

Announcement follows closure of publications by one large newspaper chain in Atlantic Canada

Longtime newspaper columnist Christie Blatchford dead at 68

Blatchford had been undergoing treatment for lung cancer in Toronto

Happy at Home on the Farm

Violane Mitchell and Tom Henry at Stillmeadow Farm

  • Feb 1, 2019