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Anti-Carbon-Tax Rally
David J. Climenhaga | Saturday's conservative anti-carbon-tax rally got seriously off message -- and the new message it conveyed will be hard for the Wildrose, PC and Conservative parties to shake.
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Sandra Jansen
David J. Climenhaga | A British court convicts the white supremacist who assassinated Labour MP Jo Cox during the Brexit referendum campaign in Britain.
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David J. Climenhaga | Will another 400 to 500 Postmedia employees have to walk the plank in the next year?
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David J. Climenhaga | Such a scheme simply cannot produce newspapers that are even insignificantly different from one another except in the size of the sheets of paper they're printed on.
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John Miller | Even Paul Godfrey acted surprised when he was installed in Canada's News Hall of Fame this week.
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Margo Goodhand
David J. Climenhaga | Displaced journos from the Edmonton Sun are about to find a new home in the Edmonton Journal building as the merger of Postmedia and Sun Media proceeds apace.
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Robyn Allen
David J. Climenhaga | You've heard of companies that are too big to fail. Given the nature of the Internet, Postmedia may be a company that's too big to succeed.
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PostMedia News CEO Paul Godfrey
David J. Climenhaga | PostMedia will never do one thing that could reinvigorate its flaccid bottom line -- scuttle the National Post.
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Stephanie Coombs, to be named Edmonton Journal ME
David J. Climenhaga | Anyone who has served time in newspapers understands that staff cutting usually improves the bottom line in the short term at the expense of the quality of the journalistic product over time.
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Lucinda Chodan, newly appointed Edmonton Journal editor-in-chief
David J. Climenhaga | Tuesday morning's edition of the Edmonton Journal confirms the appointment of Lucinda Chodan as editor-in-chief, first reported in this space last October.
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David J. Climenhaga | Rumours swirl as 18 more Edmonton Journal staffers walk the plank.