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Timely, multimedia news your audience will trust & share

Newsfeed Subscription

Give your audience real-time, reliable news that keeps them reading, watching & coming back for more.

Partner with The Canadian Press for rich, relevant shareable stories that your audience can trust. With more than 180 journalists and a century of experience as Canada's national news agency, we're uniquely positioned to help keep your digital, broadcast and print properties full of current, credible news articles, photos, graphics, audio and video, in English and French.

Be it national, regional or world news, business, politics, sports, entertainment or one of the many topics we cover, our up-to-the-minute newsfeeds:

  • Offer media clients high-quality content to monetize through ads, without requiring more staff to produce it all.
  • Offer brands a way to increase repeat visitors and engagement on their blogs, social channels and newsletters by publishing the trending stories  that audiences crave.
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Why Clients Choose Us

  • Reputable source for fast, accurate news: Audiences expect 24/7 news and they respect sources that get it right – The Canadian Press delivers on both counts. Clients save time by using our news "as is", trusting our 100-year reputation for first-rate journalism.
  • All-in-one partner for bilingual, multimedia news: Clients make CP their first choice when they want a truly one-stop solution for their current and future content needs. We deliver news in all formats, in English and French, across a wide range of topics, covering Canada and the world.
  • Exclusive provider of AP world news: AP news articles, photos, graphics and video are only available in Canada through CP.
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Senior Creative Director at Neo Traffic says:

We needed news, sports and entertainment headlines and photos for digital screens in shopping centres across Canada, including Montreal.

We were looking for something affordable and it was important to have English and French Canadian news. We also wanted real-time updates, so when news breaks, it’s on screens right away. Getting all of this from one provider is the biggest benefit of working with The Canadian Press.

They deliver content in a way that works well for digital signs.

Trent Martin

Editorial Director at S-Media Inc. says:

The Canadian Press provides us news stories and photos for our website and e-newsletters about skiing events, travel and competitions, and anything related to ski business.

I manage a lot of content, so I don’t have a lot of time to edit materials. With CP, I benefit from having a higher volume of content that’s reliable and accurate, so it’s hands-off for me because it’s written by professional writers.

Gordie Bowles

Managing Editor at Trail Daily Times says:

For over 50 years, The Canadian Press has been our lifeline for national content. Without CP’s content, we wouldn’t be able to fill our newspaper.

Their wide reach offers a variety of content, from elections and disasters to NHL, recipes and entertainment. Their stories are concisely written, but also in-depth with explanations, when it’s needed.

CP helps our small staff immensely. They’re like an extra team member.

Guy Bertrand

Manager, Corporate Communications & Social Media at Golf Canada says:

Having The Canadian Press news and photos front and centre on our website adds value by letting our members know what’s going in Canadian golf in English and French. With their golf articles on Canadian athletes on the PGA and LPGA Tours, it also helps elevate engagement with people interested in becoming members.

It’s the perfect tool for timely news when you need to get updates posted quickly and their customer service is fantastic.

Tyler Costigan

Web Content Editor at AdPerfect says:

We run sites listing obituaries and wanted interesting content featuring deaths of well-known people. Through The Canadian Press, we get CP news and photos and AP content – getting both in one package is pretty good.

Plus, their pricing makes it very affordable for start-ups. Whereas I’ve dealt with other content providers where the price is a lot more right off the bat.

I’m impressed with how fast we get articles and their photos are engaging.

Brigitte Ganger

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How It Works

  • We grant you "licence" rights to use our full news articles, photos, graphics, audio and video on your properties. For digital use, that means visitors stay engaged on your web or social channels instead of linking out and leaving.
  • We provide various methods to access and publish our news, including delivery feeds (e.g. RSS, MRSS, FTP) and online accounts to search, view and download the content.
  • You retain control by picking the stories most relevant for your audience and editorial calendar. Or auto-publish the latest news from our real-time feeds to your sites, mobile apps and more.

How To Get Started

  • Through annual subscriptions or bundles, we make it affordable to start small and scale up based on factors such as your topics or amount of content.
  • We give you the freedom to use an unlimited amount of news or subscribe for a certain volume.
  • Our customer service experts set you up to start using our news within days. Clients choose us for the quality of our content, but they keep working with us because they love the personal, prompt attention we always provide.
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Sample Newsfeed

Trotz resigns as coach of Stanley Cup-winning Capitals
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Barry Trotz has resigned as coach of the Washington Capitals after leading them to the Stanley Cup. The team announced the resig...

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NAT090 - (BBA-Blue-Jays-Osuna) TORONTO. x--06s. The case of Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Roberto Osuna was in court for the first t...

Trudeau says he won't 'play politics' on U.S. migrant children policy
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he will not "play politics" over immigration policies when it comes to the controversial...

Team Homan coach Adam Kingsbury moving on after three-year run with Ottawa rink
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Coach Adam Kingsbury is leaving Team Rachel Homan after a three-year run with the Ottawa-based rink. Kingsbury, who spent t...

South Korea joins Japan in halting Canadian wheat imports after GMO plants found
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South Korea has joined Japan in suspending trade in Canadian wheat following the discovery of a small number of genetically...

Hope fading for whale beached in Newfoundland: 'Maybe it wants to die'
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A stranded whale was freed by a rescue team in eastern Newfoundland on Monday — only to beach itself ...

The Latest: England, Tunisia 1-1 at halftime in Volgograd
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The Latest on Monday at the World Cup (all times local): 9:50 p.m. England and Tunisia are level at 1-1 at halftime in their Wor...

Thiem, Bautista Agut, Nishikori all progress at Halle
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Seeded players Dominic Thiem, Roberto Bautista Agut and Kei Nishikori all came through their first-round matches at the Gerry We...

Belgium wakes up in 2nd half, rolls past Panama 3-0
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Unlike the other World Cup favourites that struggled through their opening matches, Belgium looked every part the title contende...

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