Benefits of Membership
- Industry advancement
- Membership in News Media Canada
- Membership in the National News Media Council
- Revenue opportunity
- Involvement in the annual Ma Murray Awards
- Free membership for newspapertraining.ca
To apply for membership, please click the membership box on the homepage.
All publications are free to our members. To order any of the publications, contact the BCYCNA office directly.
BCYCNA Marketing Materials: Content You Can Trust
Just in time for National Newspaper Week, the BCYCNA has created these ads for members to use, to focus on our message that community media is Content You Can Trust.
Click here to download the print ads (10 MB zipped folder of multiple sizes, colour and black and white options)
BCYCNA Media Guide
In 2015, the BCYCNA created this BC-centric media guide for our members. From copyright to defamation, and court reporting to election advertising, we’ve got you covered. Note: Election info starts on page 30.
Paper Trails: A History of BC and Yukon Community Newspapers
By George Affleck, 1999 (paperback)
For more than 100 years, the history-making events in British Columbia and the Yukon have been captured in our member newspapers. This book celebrates our industry and introduces you to the many characters who helped build it.
Newspaper Carriers: Distributors and other individuals working under contract
By BCYCNA and Schiller Coutts Weiler & Gibson, 2000 (paperback)
Over the past several years, many publishers have asked the BCYCNA office and Board of Directors for information about government rules and regulations that pertain to delivery personnel. This handbook explains relevant sections of the Employment Insurance Act, Employment Standards Act, Labour Relations Code, and Workers Compensation Act.
Logos for Display
BCYCNA members are required to display the BCYCNA logo, the News Media Canada logo, and their relevant auditor logo or information. As members of the National News Media Council, you may also like to display their logo too.
Please download the logos below: