Canadian Links from the old dmoz 2

Society of Canadian Artists

                                         A national professional association of artists and associates, representing all visual arts. Includes gallery, events and exhibitions, and a tips and techniques section.

Trade association for community newspapers in British Columbia and the Yukon.

Canadian Association of Broadcasters

Represents broadcasters, private radio and television stations, networks and specialty services. Information on the CAB industry-wide strategic plans for improving the industry financial health and to promote broadcasting.

The Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ)

Non-profit advocacy and professional development organization representing active journalists from all media. Membership, issues, newsletter, mailing list and contact information.

Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic

Public-interest foundation examining Internet issues. Articles, news, links to web resources.

Canadian Press

Real-time Canadian news wire feed for newspapers, radio/TV stations, websites and magazines. Includes a photo archive, video news and media monitoring.

Canadian University Press

Nonprofit cooperative news service and association of English-language college and university newspapers in Canada, which also holds regional and national conferences for student journalists at member papers.

Digital Copyright Canada

A weblog regarding intellectual property rights as it relates to the Canadian copyright revision process.


A directory of non-corporate journalism.

National Ethnic Press and Media Council of Canada (NEPMCC)

A non-profit organization established in 1958 to promote and integrate economic, social and culture interest of ethnic communities into the mainstream of Canadian society. Archives of meeting minutes, press releases, and media links.

Professional Writers Association of Canada – Marketplace

Online searchable database of professional freelance writers, designed for the use of editors, publishers, and businesses that require specialized writers. Based in Canada.

Radio-Television News Directors Association

RTNDA is the voice for electronic journalists and news managers in Canada.


The corporation publishes newspapers, books, and educational materials. Newspaper holdings include the Toronto Star.
To organize an effective opposition to the increasing domination of the media by a declining number of owners, as well as any relaxing of reg                 

Leave a Comment