Our media may not be reading off identical scripts quite yet, but we'd be fooling ourselves to think there isn't a problem.
Most experts agreed that a medley of action is needed, both for funding the supply of, and improving the demand for, trusted news.
What is needed is a call to action for our federal government to respond to this crisis.
You aren't helping your reputation — and you are regularly hurting the reputation of this government.
Outdated policies give foreign-based e-commerce companies a "pay no taxes" deal that puts Canadians at a huge disadvantage.
The company cut 15 positions at the Ottawa Citizen and Montreal Gazette this week.
It was a pun gone bad, apparently.
Meanwhile, employees are being offered up to $150K not to work there anymore.
Canada’s newspapers are in financial trouble, and that’s hardly news at this point. We’ve seen Postmedia, the country’s largest
It's not often that journalists talk about themselves. As much as we convince readers on a daily basis that the subjects of our stories matter, we failed to convince you that we matter. It comes as no surprise then, that much of the mudslinging in recent weeks in response to reporters speaking out about the massive layoffs are based on a misunderstanding of what we actually do and why.