No End In Sight For Chronicle Herald Strike
No End In Sight For Chronicle Herald Strike
For the last three months, 61 journalists at Nova Scotia’s self-described paper of record have been on strike. This is taking place at a time when print media in Canada is in deep, deep trouble.

For the last three months, 61 journalists at Nova Scotia’s self-described paper of record have been on strike.

This is taking place at a time when print media in Canada is in deep, deep trouble. The industry is fighting a battle on multiple fronts as ad revenues evaporate, subscribers die off, and digital upstarts eat into what a decade ago was their exclusive territory. It’s a battle most papers are losing.

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