Metro News' coverage of the Fort McMurray wildfires got the paper its first National Newspaper Award nomination.

Unifor Local 87-M would like to extend a big round of applause to our members who were nominated for the 68th National Newspaper Awards.

Nominees were announced March 20, with The Globe and Mail heading the pack with 19 nominations. In addition to the Globe, other newsrooms organized by...

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More than 90 per cent of Slate editorial workers voted in favour of unionizing

Slate editorial staff are the latest digital media workers to unionize.

More than 90 per cent of Slate’s editorial staff signed cards with the Writers Guild of America, East, paving the way for certification as a union, says a statement released by their organizing committee on March 16...

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A screenshot from Deepa Mehta's 2008 film Heaven on Earth. While Mehta has achieved great success as a director, women are still underrepresented in key roles in film media.

Women working in audio-visual media may have more opportunities coming their way, as funding organizations promise more cash for projects involving women.  

The Canada Media Fund announced on International Women’s Day measures that would ensure CMF-funded projects have more women in key...

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Unionized Toronto Star workers have ratified a new contract.

On Tuesday, February 28, unionized Toronto Star workers voted in favour of a new collective agreement that sees members of the tablet app Toronto Star Touch and Star digital team being brought into the collective agreement as full-time employees.

The two-year agreement between the Star...

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The Guelph Mercury, around since Confederation, ceased publication in 2016.

When the Lindsay Post closed its doors for good after 152 years, it left a vacuum in the community that remaining media haven’t been able to fill.

A feature article published in January in the digital magazine Policy Options, and reposted by J-Source in late February,...

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