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- All the newspapers in Canada from National Newswatch
- CP Newswire from Canadian Press
- Gobe and Mail
- London Free Press
- National Post
- Nunatsiaq News
- Ottawa Citizen
- Toronto Star
- Vancouver Sun
Newspapers in Education
A number of newspapers provide online resources for education. The following links feature educational resources to help teachers and their students.
- The Gazette (Montreal) Teacher Activity Guides
- The New York Times Learning Network
- The Toronto Star Classroom Connections Learning Kits
- The Toronto Star ESL kits
Museums About News Gathering and the News Media
- MZTV Museum of Television
- Newseum blends high-tech with historical in a 250,000-square-foot museum of news — offers visitors an experience that blends five centuries of news history with up-to-the-second technology and hands-on exhibits. The Newseum features seven levels of galleries, theaters, retail spaces and visitor services. It offers a unique environment that takes museumgoers behind the scenes to experience how and why news is made. "Visitors will come away with a better understanding of news and the important role it plays in all of our lives," said Newseum Executive Director and Senior Vice President Joe Urschel. "The new Newseum is educational, inspirational and a whole lot of fun." The Newseum is located at the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue and Sixth Street, N.W., Washington, D.C., on America’s Main Street between the White House and the U.S. Capitol and adjacent to the Smithsonian museums on the National Mall.