Continually updated list of independent Canadian professional, digital-first news outlets.
Blacklock’s Reporter covers news you won’t find anywhere else: bills and regulations; reports and committees; Federal Court and public accounts. We’re the only reporter-owned and operated newsroom in Ottawa that finds the facts needed by business, labour and associations.
The Breach is an independent media outlet in Canada that produces critical journalism to help map a just, viable future. We publish investigations, analysis and videos about the crises of racism, inequality, colonialism, and climate breakdown, while providing a platform for voices you won’t often find in establishment media.
The spaces, faces, & community stories that matter to Burnaby.
Discover the latest stories on North American Asian millennials in just three minutes.
La Converse est un nouveau média d’actualités numériques. Nous croyons en un journalisme de dialogue qui rejoint vos préoccupations. À travers nos infolettres hebdomadaires, nous souhaitons remplir les zones d’ombre de l’actualité.
The Discourse is a digital news media company based in Vancouver B.C. We provide community-powered journalism to underserved communities. We currently operate digital media serving the Cowichan Valley, southern Alberta, Francophone Quebec and Indigenous communities in the Okanagan Valley and Vancouver Island.
Plug in to the news that matters in Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Mission, and the rest of the Fraser Valley.
The Green Line is a local news outlet that investigates the way we live to help young Torontonians survive and thrive in a rapidly changing city. Together, let’s breathe new life into Toronto’s conversations so we can build a livable city for all.
Hakai Magazine explores science, society, and the environment from a coastal perspective.
Indigenous Watchdog is dedicated to monitoring and reporting on how reconciliation is advancing on the critical issues that are impacting the Indigenous world – including the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 94 Calls to Action. Our mission is to raise awareness on Indigenous issues and help “Close the Gap” on socio-economic outcomes separating the indigenous world from the rest of Canada.
News from Canada’s Southernmost town, the Kingsville Times is updated daily Monday to Friday and breaking news on weekends.
We are a collection of Canadian newspaper and magazine writers creating an outlet for engaging, irreverent writing. We’re not culture warriors. We’re not partisan. But we are tired of institutional cultures enforcing a state of stifling conformity.
We’re telling stories Calgary cares about. No, the ones they REALLY care about. And we’re going to do it in a way that’s fair and agenda-free.
Local news, local events, local everything. A twice weekly newsletter made for New West by New West.
We’re creating a new media for Ottawa – one that is not beholden to any one and free to cover what we like, and to cover what really matters to the people that live here.
Independent Canadian journalism centring, elevating and celebrating Black, Indigenous and POC voices and stories.
An interactive reporting project led by award-winning journalist Christopher Curtis in collaboration with Ricochet Media. Like all good journalism, this email list will anger the government.
Sun Peaks Independent News is celebrating over 15 years as the community’s only local news source featuring the people, events and issues in B.C.’s fastest growing municipality. Our mission is to share stories and information to help the resort community of Sun Peaks flourish.
Taproot Edmonton is a source of curiosity-driven stories about our city, cultivated by the community. We are building a new way to do local journalism and a new way to fund it, because the business model that used to support local journalism is broken. We want to replace what is being lost with something that is sustainable and responsive to the community we serve.
The Tri-Cities Dispatch is a local media non-profit covering the Tri-Cities area of Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody. Our mission is to provide residents of the Tri-Cities area with the news and information they need to stay in touch with their community, along with quality original reporting and journalism.
We’re bringing independent, local-first, in-depth reporting to serve you and our community.
Although there are already a handful of outlets producing reporting on specific topics, Canada does not have a dedicated, audience-supported, central bureau of investigative journalism, like ProPublica in the United States. The IJF will fill that gap. We strongly believe that our work will enhance the right to know of Canadians from coast to coast to coast.