Month: July 2021

How Kleinster’s ‘Orientals’ will change your printing industry

A print shop that prints with ink and has a strong presence in the community is becoming more commonplace across Canada, thanks in part to a $100 million partnership between the Kleinster family of printers and the Canadian Printing Institute.Orientales print shop is the second printing house to announce a partnership with the Canadian Press […]

What we know about the missing letters from the BCBCs missing pages

A missing letter from the British Columbia First Nations newspaper, The Herald, has been found.The letter is one of three that have been missing from the paper’s website for at least two months, and was reported missing by its publisher in February.The Herald has been at the centre of a legal battle over copyright over […]

How the government’s ‘park printing house’ has become a model for other public-private partnerships in Quebec

On April 4, 2018, a group of municipal officials from across the province signed off on a partnership with the Montreal-based park printing firm ParkPrinting.It’s a $1.5-billion, 10-year, public-benefit agreement that will fund a new downtown park and will provide park staff with more flexible hours, a better way to organize and track employees’ shifts […]

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