National Observer is a finalist for "Best Publication" at the upcoming Canadian Online Publishing Awards and columnist Sandy Garossino is up for "Best Column" for her deep dive into the Omar Khadr case. Sandy's brave, thorough analysis of the Omar Khadr situation rocked Canada and changed the way people saw this important issue.
David Pecker, the chairman and CEO of the company that owns National Enquirer, resigned from his board seats at Postmedia Network Canada Corp. and Postmedia Network Inc., the Canadian media company has announced.
A Toronto newspaper photographer said he opted to file a complaint with police about being attacked while covering a protest in order to raise awareness about the dangers of escalating anti-media sentiment.
Postmedia Network Inc. will close six small-town newspapers and reduce print publication of four more, while slashing 10 per cent of its total salary outlay through staff layoffs and voluntary buyouts by the end of August.
Journalists are not an investigative arm of the police, a lawyer representing Vice Media told the Supreme Court of Canada in arguing there should be clear protections for the media when enforcement agencies come knocking.