So long, Suns? Frank Magazine says Postmedia will merge dailies in Edmonton, Calgary and Ottawa

PHOTOS: The Edmonton Journal Building in downtown Edmonton, home to both the Edmonton Journal and  the Edmonton Sun. At least until March ... Below: A sign of the

Code Crossover: How long before the Edmonton Journal and the Edmonton Sun are merged?

ILLUSTRATIONS: Sun Journal, or Journal Sun? Hyphen or no hyphen? Broadsheet or tabloid? Now that Journal subscribers are being pitched the Sunday Sun, and the two papers’ staffs

Upstairs Downstairs at the Edmonton Journal as Sun staff gets ready to move in

PHOTOS: The Edmonton Journal Building at 101st Street and MacDonald Drive in downtown Edmonton. It remains to be seen who will be Upstairs, and who will be Downstairs,

Memo from The Old Copy Editor: The offensive flag in question is not ‘the Stars ‘n’ Bars’

PHOTOS: An offensive symbol on the front of a Canadian truck, right here in Alberta. The Old Copy Editor reminds readers that this is not the Stars ’n’

BREAKING DRIVEL! Mud on its face, a big disgrace, Sun News Network perishes from the earth

PHOTOS: For sale, news truck, like new, barely used to cover news. Below: Sun News commentator Ezra Levant in Sun News mode. I suppose this means my complaints about

The Postmedia-Quebecor deal: Welcome to newspaper hell, where the lowest common denominator will prevail

If you want proof the Canadian newspaper business is on its last legs, look no further than yesterday’s announcement Postmedia Network Canada Corp. is about to Indeed, the

Sun Media – not its squalid commentator Ezra Levant – is the problem

Ezra Levant is a squalid nuisance, barely worth contemplating. Sun Media is the problem. On Monday, Sun Media apologized for Mr. Levant’s repellent and sexually obsessive hysterics about Liberal Leader

Dear Scotland: Do whatever you think is best … but remember, the Globe and Mail never has your interests at heart

The Scotch, as we used to say when I was growing up in B.C., pretty much built Western Canada, leastways the European superstructure of buildings, roads and railways

If you can’t trust Postmedia when it reports on oil and the environment, when can you trust it?

Industry self-regulation doesn’t work and never will for a simple reason: He who pays the piper calls the tune. Companies that tell fibs to their customers don’t like being

With floodwaters rising again, will Sun News Network renew its hysterical ‘gun grab’ attacks on the Royal Canadian Mounted Police?

Rain is falling and floodwaters are rising again in Southern Alberta. A year less a day since catastrophic floods hit the nearby town of High River, population 13,000, local

Newsprint ‘wraps’ – not good for fish and, as it turns out, not much good for newspapers either

Now that nobody sells fried fish wrapped in yesterday’s edition of the local daily any more, presumably for fear the ink will leak through into your liver, the

Advice to progressives: Don’t airbrush Jim Flaherty’s record out of sympathy for his family

Decent people naturally feel sympathy with the loved ones of any person taken unexpectedly from life, as just-retired federal Conservative Finance Minister Jim Flaherty was last week. We are