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Canada/National News

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Canada/National News

Add to your digital, broadcast & print properties the fast, reliable national news that audiences seek out.

With a hundred-year history of accuracy and public trust, The Canadian Press tells the stories that matter most to Canadians from coast to coast to coast. Our high-traffic, high-quality national news keeps people coming back to your properties, helping you build a loyal, engaged audience with less effort and investment than producing the content yourself.

CP's national newsfeed includes up-to-the-minute articles, audio, photos, video and graphics in English and French that:

  • The Toronto Star, CTV, MSN and other media companies rely on to help maximize audience engagement and ad revenue.
  • Brands and content marketers trust to help increase the volume of relevant content for their blogs and social pages.
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Why Clients Choose Us

A century of experience providing unbiased, first-rate journalism, driven by truth and accuracy

With bureaus across the country and more than 180 journalists on the ground, ready for action, CP is uniquely positioned to cover big events like the federal election and Olympics, and respond to big breaking stories, even in far-flung and remote locales.

  • When a school shooter went on a rampage in La Loche, Sask., clients relied on our coverage to shed light on the underlying issues, while never forgetting the human face of the tragedy.
  • When a raging fire erupted in Fort McMurray, Alta., we sped towards the blaze, driven by a desire to deliver critical news.

Proven Leader for Breaking News, Exclusives & Analysis

Our journalists are keenly attuned to the emerging issues facing the nation: Be it the legalization of marijuana or the aboriginal suicide epidemic, our reporters, photographers and videographers know how to cut to the heart of a national story.

  • We make our stories relevant to a broad spectrum of readers, from Bay Street to the breadbasket and beyond.
  • We hold public officials to account for the policies that shape the national news and our everyday lives.
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ARTICLES
PER YEAR
approx. 350 per week

AUDIO
CLIPS PER YEAR
approx. 500 per week

GRAPHICS
PER YEAR
approx. seven per week

PHOTOS
PER YEAR
approx. 1,250 per week

VIDEO
CLIPS PER YEAR
approx. 15 per week

Sample Canada Newsfeed

Quebec set to adopt secularism bill that bans religious symbols for state workers
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National

No political party would dare reopen Quebec's secularism bill once it becomes law, Premier Francois Legault predicted Sunda...

Canadian sports fans have changed since the Blue Jays' World Series wins
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Sports

After more than a quarter century since one of the country's major pro sports teams took home a championship, Canadian spor...

Poll suggests majority of Canadians favour limiting immigration levels
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National

New polling numbers suggest a majority of Canadians believe the federal government should limit the number of immigrants it acce...

'He was ditched:' La Loche victim spiralled without support, now going to prison
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National

A promising football player whose dreams of playing professionally were crushed after a deadly school shooting in...

NDP promise to expand universal health care, starting with national drug plan
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National

The federal NDP says it will fast-track a universal drug plan to ensure a late 2020 start date if elected this fall&nb...

Federal cabinet decision on fate of Trans Mountain pipeline due Tuesday
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National

The Liberal government's $4.5 billion gamble to buy the Trans Mountain pipeline in a bid to get it expanded will come to a head ...

CSIS destroyed secret file on Pierre Trudeau, stunning historians
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National

Canada's spy service destroyed a Cold War dossier on Pierre Trudeau in 1989 instead of turning it over to the nat...

Newfoundland iceberg tours draw more visitors as climate warms: tour operator
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National

Instead of May flowers, late spring in Newfoundland and Labrador is known for the towering icebergs sent drifting down the ...

'I've fallen in love': Paralyzed Bronco player finds passion for water sport
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Jacob Wassermann spent most of his life on the ice before he fell in love in the water. The former Humboldt Broncos goaltender, ...

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