The 63rd Ontario Newspaper Awards will be held Saturday, April 29 at the Sheraton hotel in Hamilton. Cocktails, sponsored by Labatt, will start at 5:30 p.m. in the ballroom located on the second floor of the hotel. The Sheraton is
Announcing the nominees for the 2017 Ontario Newspaper Awards. EDUCATION REPORTING -Joanna Frketich, Hamilton Spectator -Team of Lois Ann Baker, Greg Peerenboom and Todd Hambleton, Cornwall Standard-Freeholder -Andrew Phillips, Orillia Packet and Times ___________________ HEALTH NEWS & LIFESTYLE REPORTING -Steve
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The 62nd Ontario Newspaper Awards were held Saturday night at the Sheraton Hamilton hotel. More than 200 of the province’s top journalists, editors and newsroom staff gathered to celebrate excellence in journalism. Congratulations to all winners and nominees. Arts &
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Feature Photography (under 25,000 circulation) The nominees are….
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Nominees for the 2016 Ontario Newspaper Awards are….. James Bruce Award Arts & Entertainment Writing Jeff Hicks, Waterloo Region Record – Local filmmaker’s Victory punches above weight Joel Rubinoff, Waterloo Region Record – When Martin Luther King meets Bill Cosby
One of the country’s oldest dailies, the Guelph Mercury, will cease publishing its print editions this week, the latest casualty of the deep malaise in Canada’s newspaper industry, its publisher announced Monday. The closure will throw 23 full-time and three