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
Entries for the 2016 Ontario Newspaper Awards are now closed. Thank you to all our participants. If you have questions or concerns about your entries – please email Rosie Grover at firstname.lastname@example.org Finalists will be released in the coming weeks.
HAMILTON –The Hamilton Spectator swept the 2015 Ontario Newspaper Awards on Saturday night, claiming 12 of the night’s 37 awards, including the prestigious Journalist of the Year and Photojournalist of the Year awards. The Windsor Star took home five awards,
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ANNOUNCING THE 2015 NOMINEES ONLINE VIDEO PRODUCTION Tyler Brownbridge, The Windsor Star Mathew McCarthy, Waterloo Region Record Chris Seto, Guelph Mercury _______________ STUDENT JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR Dan Taekema, Carleton University/The Chatham Daily News Luke Galati, Ryerson University/Nikkei Voice Shaun
The following are pictures submitted by our 2015 nominees in this category:
FEATURE PHOTOGRAPHY (over 25,000 circulation) The following are pictures submitted by our 2015 nominees in this category:
Sports Photography (under 25,000 circulation) The following are pictures submitted by our 2015 nominees in this category:
Selections from the portfolio of Derek Ruttan, London Free Press, nominee, Richard Sutton Award Photojournalist of the Year
Selections from the portfolio of John Rennison, The Hamilton Spectator, nominee, Richard Sutton Award Photojournalist of the Year.