The Sheaf is proud to be a part of several news sharing networks. These kind of mutually beneficial relationships with other news organizations allow us to maintain a steady supply of the best content for our readers. As well, they facilitate our ability to share our own content with a much wider audience. This page offers a brief look at the organizations we have forged partnerships with over time.
If you are interested in a potential partnership with The Sheaf, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Canadian University Press
Canadian University Press is a national, non-profit co-operative, owned and operated by more than 80 student newspapers from coast to coast. The oldest student news service in the world, and North America’s only student press co-operative, CUP is how student newspapers exchange stories and ideas.
Project Syndicate is “the world’s pre-eminent source of original op-ed commentaries. As of May 2011, Project Syndicate membership included 461 leading newspapers in 150 countries.” So far, The Sheaf is the only Canadian newspaper regularly collaborating with Project Syndicate.
The Arbitrage Magazine is North America’s largest, student-driven business magazine. It’s Business News with BITE. Check out the Arbitrage Magazine now for the latest business news, and share their news with your friends!