A list of currently published Canadian national, regional, and local newspapers. Canadian news websites and news agencies also included in this page.
Largest circulated daily newspaper in Canada. The newspaper was founded in 1892 as Evening Star.
One of the most widely distributed Canadian newspapers. The Globe and Mail has bureaus in London, Rome, Jerusalem, Beijing, Johannesburg, and New Delhi, and Washington, D.C..
Leading French-language daily newspaper published in Canada. The newspaper has been published since 1898 and owned by Power Corporation of Canada.
One of the largest French-language newspapers in Canada.
Canadian national newspaper in English-language. The Gazette owned by Canadian media company Postmedia Network.
Daily newspaper based in Vancouver, BC, Canada. The newspaper is part of Postmedia News newspaper holdings.
Daily Canadian tabloid format newspaper was founded in 1898.
Canadian English-language newspaper based in Ontario.
Based in Winnipeg, Manitoba Winnipeg Free Press is Western Canada's popular newspaper.
The newspaper was first published in 1883 as a weekly paper. The newspaper based in Alberta, Canada.
Ontario's daily newspaper owned by newspaper publishing company Postmedia Network.
Daily newspaper based in Canadian province of Alberta.
Newspaper published in Nova Scotia, Canada. The Chronicle Herald owned by the Dennis family of Halifax.
Daily French-language newspaper published in Quebec, Canada.
French-language daily newspaper based in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. The newspaper owned by Power Corporation of Canada.
Originally named The Hamilton Spectator and Journal of Commerce, the paper was founded in July 15, 1846 by Robert Smiley and a partner.
Daily English-language newspaper based in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
Daily newspaper published in London, Ontario, Canada. The newspaper owned by Quebecor Media Inc.
Windsor, Ontario's regional newspaper. The newspaper publishes six days a week, Monday through Saturday.
Daily newspaper based in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The Edmonton Sun is a division of the Sun Media Corporation, a subsidiary of Quebecor Media.
Ontario, Canada's daily newspaper published by Metroland Media Group.
Daily newspaper serving Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Tabloid-format daily newspaper of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Daily newspaper published in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Lethbridge, Alberta based newspaper.
Daily newspaper serving residents of Southern Alberta and Medicine Hat.
Daily newspaper of Red Deer, Alberta, Canada serving central Alberta and surrounding areas.
Daily newspaper published in Prince George, British Columbia, Canada.
Regional newspaper of Canada's West Coast serving Vancouver Island and the southern and northern Gulf Islands.
Student newspaper of the University of Manitoba.
Daily tabloid-format newspaper published in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
French newspaper published in Caraquet, New Brunswick, Canada.
Fredericton, New Brunswick based newspaper also serving Saint John River Valley.
Moncton based daily Broadsheet format newspaper owned by Canadian newspaper publishing company Brunswick News Inc.
Regional newspaper published in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada.
Daily newspaper published in Canada's most eastern province "Newfoundland and Labrado".
Local daily newspaper of Western Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.
Official newspaper of Memorial University of Newfoundland,.
Local newspaper published in Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Daily newspaper based in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. The newspaper owned by Transcontinental Media.
Daily newspaper published in Cornwall, Ontario, Canada. The newspaper owned by Sun Media Corporation.
Daily newspaper serving Niagara Falls, Niagara-on-the-Lake and Fort Erie areas.
Newspaper published in Peterborough, Ontario. The newspaper owned by Osprey Media Group.
French-language newspaper published in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Founded in 1764, Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph is one of the oldest newspapers in North America.
Daily newspaper headquarters in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Weekly newspaper published in Whitewood, Saskatchewan.
Canadian weekly alternative newspaper, owned by Coast Publishing Limited.
alternative weekly newspaper serving Cambridge, Kitchener, Waterloo, and Guelph areas in Ontario, Canada. The newspaper published by Dynasty Communication Inc.
Weekly alternative news and entertainment newspaper serving Calgary, Banff and Canmore. The newspaper owned by Great West Newspapers, LP.
Alternative news weekly published in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The newspaper owned by Quebecor.
Weekly tabloid format newspaper owned by Communications Voir.
Alternative newsweekly published in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.
Filipino community newspaper based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
Weekly tabloid-format newspaper serving Canadian Jewish community.
One of the oldest Italian-language newspapers published in Canada.
Italian-language daily newspaper published in Toronto, Canada.
German-language newspaper published in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
One of the largest Dutch-language newspapers serving Dutch-Canadian Community since 1953.
Armenian-Canadian newspaper published was first published in 1979.
Monthly Filipino community newspapers serving Western Canada.
Montreal-based newspaper published in Arabic. French, and English.
Persian-English bilingual weekly newspaper based in Ontario, Canada.
Weekly community newspaper serving the Black and Caribbean community in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) of Ontario, Canada.
One of the Chinese-language newspapers published in Canada. The newspaper owned by the Sing Tao Group of Hong Kong and the Toronto Star.
Weekly tabloid-format newspaper published in Finnish and partially in English.
Student newspaper at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Student-run newspaper at the University of British Columbia, published every Monday and Thursday.
University of Manitoba's weekly student-run newspaper.
Student newspaper of the Fredericton campus of the University of New Brunswick. The newspaper published by Brunswickan Publishing Inc.
Student newspaper at Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia.
Carleton University's newspaper.
Bishop's University student newspaper.
Owned and operated by Postmedia Network Inc.
Electronic newspaper, updated several times a day.