Just six weeks after he left his job as publisher of the New Brunswick Telegraph-Journal, Jamie Irving is returning to Irving-owned Brunswick News Inc. as vice-president, the company announced yesterday. Mr. Irving left after the newspaper apologized to Prime Minister Stephen Harper for reporting he had slipped a communion wafer into his pocket at a funeral mass for former governor-general Roméo LeBlanc. Mr. Harper insisted he had followed religious protocol to consume the wafer. The company also announced that Globe and Mail columnist Neil Reynolds would take over as editor-at-large of its newspapers. Mr. Reynolds said he would be making some changes, including instituting a policy at the paper never to use anonymous sources. Mr. Reynolds was previously the editor-in-chief of the Vancouver Sun and the Ottawa Citizen, and was editor of the Telegraph-Journal and the Saint John Times-Globe.