The U.S. midterm elections took up significant space under Canadian world headlines Tuesday.
Author: Tamara Baluja
Yahoo Canada’s Jenny Sung explains how her video of a campaign volunteer comparing Doug Ford’s mayoral race loss to ISIS attacks went viral.
The four-page paper that would grow into Toronto Star, Canada’s largest daily newspaper, and was initially sold for one cent.
The first Canadian airstrikes against Islamic State militants were given significant play by Canadian news outlets Monday.
This memo from National Post editor Anne Marie Owens was obtained by J-Source.
The Halifax-based newspaper said the number of layoffs might be reduced if the union agrees to cost-cutting measures.
Kay is leaving the National Post, where he is currently the managing editor for comment.
Around the world: Ebola nurse breaking quarantine and capture of survivalist gunman in U.S. feature prominently in headlines
While maintaining a watching brief on Africa and the Middle East, Canadian world headlines zeroed-in on events unfolding south of the border Friday.
Education reporter Kate Hammer is leaving The Globe and Mail to pursue a career in public policy.
Rogers Communications is teaming with pugnacious cultural magazine and digital outlet Vice Media in a $100-million joint venture that will launch a new TV channel and open a production studio in downtown Toronto.