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Cooperation, conciliation & Trudeau’s lashing by the NWT : The year in Arctic news

Eye on the Arctic brings you stories and newsmakers from across the North For our 2017 Arctic news roundup series, we checked in with some of our expert bloggers, for their take on this year’s Arctic news: what the media got» 

Politics, Society

Canada’s top news stories 2017

Although not quite the end of the year several news services are already releasing data on their biggest stories of the year in Canada. The Canadian Press, a major news wire service, said the top business story for the year» 

Society

CBC chooses four to host flagship news program

The public broadcaster will replace its long-time news anchor Peter Mansbridge with four people who will deliver The National from the cities of Toronto, Vancouver and the nation’s capital, Ottawa. The flagship news program airs on television for one hour» 

The LINK Online

Your hosts today, Lynn, Terry, and Marc  (video of show at bottom) From his first meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump in February 2017, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has emphasized the mutual benefits of trade between the two countries.» 

Politics

Cooperation, conciliation & Trudeau’s lashing by the NWT : 2017 Arctic year in review

Eye on the Arctic brings you stories and newsmakers from across the North The end of the year is often a time to take stock. And here at Eye on the Arctic, we’re no different. So as 2017 draws to a» 

Politics

Cooperation, conciliation & Trudeau’s lashing by the NWT : 2017 Arctic year in review

Eye on the Arctic brings you stories and newsmakers from across the North The end of the year is often a time to take stock. And here at Eye on the Arctic, we’re no different. So as 2017 draws to a» 

The LINK Online Sun. Dec. 18, 2016

Your hosts this week, Lynn, Terry Haig, and Marc RCI’s Eilis Quinn in Baker Lake Nunavut 2016 © supplied Eillis Quinn is the journalist and editor of RCI’s website “Eye on the Arctic”. It is RCI’s site dedicated to news and» 

Arts and Entertainment, Economy, Environment, Health, Internet, Science and Technology, Politics, Society

Decline of journalism in Canada: Part 2 of 2

For years, decades in fact, small and medium sized newspapers have been closing their doors while radio and TV stations have been reducing their journalist staff. In some cases small papers or media outlets (ie radio) have become unprofitable and» 

Arts and Entertainment, Economy, Politics, Society

Decline of journalism in Canada: Part 1 of 2

For years, decades in fact, small and medium sized newspapers have been closing their doors while radio and TV stations have also been reducing their journalist staff. In many cases this is because the operations have been bought by bigger» 

Society

Public broadcaster’s news anchor to retire

The CBC’s veteran news anchor Peter Mansbridge announced that he will retire on July 1, 2017 and viewers are wondering who will replace him. There is always chatter when a major news anchor steps down, partly because they generally stay»