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Quebecor heads to court to prevent Québec Press Council from critiquing its news coverage

Quebecor is going to court to try to prevent the Québec Press Council from making decisions about its news coverage. Quebecor media properties Le...

Quebecor takes critical Quebec press watchdog to court

Quebecor is going to court to try to prevent the Québec Press Council from making decisions about its news coverage. Quebecor media properties Le...

Rodriguez kicks off first Western Canadian tour as Heritage Minister

Newly-minted Canadian Heritage and Multiculturalism Minister Pablo Rodriguez kicked off his inaugural tour of Western Canada on Monday. The Montreal MP is hosting a series...

In Canadian media news, Radio-Canada to test Journalistic Sources Protection Act

  Radio-Canada, the French-language arm of the CBC, will test the federal Journalistic Sources Protection Act before the country’s highest court. The Supreme Court of...

JHR Opens Nominations For Achievement In Human Rights Reporting

Journalists for Human Rights (JHR) has opened the 2018 call for nominations for its annual Achievement In Human Rights Reporting Award. The Toronto-based non-profit is...

Radio-Canada to test Journalistic Sources Protection Act before SCOC

Radio-Canada, the French-language arm of the CBC, will test the federal Journalistic Sources Protection Act before the country's highest court. The Supreme Court of Canada...

Big three Canadian telcos named in patent infringement suit

BCE, Telus, and Rogers Communications are named in a lawsuit for alleged patent infringement involving tech used to locate mobile phones for 9-1-1 service....

CBC management urged to find greater range of opinion

CBC Ombudsman Esther Enkin is strongly urging CBC management to find other columnists to write about protests at the Gaza-Israel border after finding that...

CRTC approves first commercial radio station for Assiniboia, SK

The CRTC has approved the first commercial radio station for Assiniboia, SK, south of Moose Jaw, population 2,389. Former Saskatoon Media Group programming manager...

Jim Pattison among Canadians to receive star on Canada’s Walk of Fame this year

Jim Pattison, founder of the Jim Pattison Broadcast Group, is among the Canadians who’ll receive a star on Canada’s Walk of Fame later this...

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