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How HuffPost Canada’s digital impact and untimely demise changed Canadian news media


Newspaper paid digital-only subscriptions claims and audited numbers are not in sync

Buffalo Newspaper Guild president Sandra Tan holds up a special commemorative front page of the Toronto Blue Jays playing their first "home game" in Buffalo after a COVID-19 related border closure. The paper was made by designers on a short timetable last month. Tan held up the paper during a press conference Thursday to illustrate what would be lost if the paper's design desk was outsourced. (The Buffalo News/Robert Kirkham)

At The Buffalo News, a clash between an 87-year-old union and a new corporate owner

Shortly after voting to authorize a strike in March 2021, unions at Condé Nast publications held a rally in New York City. (The NewsGuild of New York/Tim Try)

‘The stakes are really high’: Newly unionized newsrooms tackle the next challenge, contract negotiations

Paul Cheung (Courtesy the Center for Public Integrity)

Paul Cheung named new CEO of the Center for Public Integrity

Famous advice columnists Abigail Van Buren, left, and twin sister Ann Landers share a light moment after arriving in Sioux City to attend their 50th high school reunion, June 21, 1986. (AP Photo/John Gaps III)

Dear Abby, how have you stayed so popular for so long?