Canadian Newspaper Association

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The Canadian Newspaper Association (CNA) is the national organization of daily newspapers in Canada, founded in 1996. It is a non-profit trade association and lobby organization, which represents more than 100 Canadian English and French newspapers.[1] The CNA is associated with the annual National Newspaper Awards for newspaper writing and administers the Edward Goff Penny Memorial Prizes for Young Canadian Journalists, first established in 1991.



  1. ^ CNA Submission to Government of Canada on Copyright reform

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