Columnists
Rick Salutin | I keep hearing people ask about the Globe and Mail. Their questions are like: What's with the Globe? Who does it think it is? What's it trying to be?
Columnists
Wayne MacPhail | I gave up on newspapers years ago. I haven't given up reading them, but I've packed in talking to them about the future.
Podcast
Redeye
Jane Williams | A recent column by right-wing columnist Ezra Levant accused Calgary mayor Naheed Nenshi of being an anti-Christian bigot. David Climenhaga says this kind of journalism is typical of Sun Media Corp.
Activist Toolkit
| Paper.li is a content curation service that allows users to build their own newspapers
News
Marjorie Robertson | Sun Newspapers have recently fired their regular Friday columnist, Michael Harris. Given that undermining of Canadian democracy is a central concern in the 2011 federal election, it is worrying.
News
A Dec. 4, 2010 solidarity demonstration for journalists and staff at Le Journal de Montreal. Photo: Ted Sprague
Ted Sprague | Over two hundred Journal journalists and staff were served with a lockout notice by Quebecor in January 2009. Loopholes in anti-scab legislation have been used to keep them out.
News
Nick Fillmore | Clearly this new hybrid Globe is mostly about marketing. The content is massaged to appeal to an upscale demographic that has the bucks to buy the posh products featured in its pages.
Blog
David J. Climenhaga | Newspapers can't be fixed by trying to stuff the Internet genie back in the bottle.
News
Nick Fillmore | Could self-published "mini-papers" provide the means to perform the basic job of distributing much-needed news and information at a time when traditional media are failing.
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | Le Devoir, the Montreal newspaper about ideas celebrated its 100th birthday on Jan. 10.
News
Nick Fillmore | Reporters at the country's most prominent business news publication, the Globe's Report on Business, are at it again -- distorting an important issue: the possible sale of Ontario Crown corporations.
News
Gary Engler | The idea that there are "synergies" in owning a chain of national newspapers anchored by a "flagship" national paper still sounds good to some, despite its actual dismal history.