Artists have licence to disregard facts. Journalists do not.
Continue Reading Star public editor: Slutwalk and the fact of the art
CBC will reduce some supper-hour newscasts but increase its presence in Fort McMurray and Quebec’s Eastern Townships.
Continue Reading Memo: Jennifer McGuire on changes to CBC newscasts
The Canadian Journalism Project looks to raise $6,500 to support J-Source.
Continue Reading J-Source launches crowdfunding campaign
Conservative attitudes suffocate creative journalism and block needed change in the profession, says columnist Stephen Ward.
Continue Reading We need to change the culture of journalism, not just what it produces
The act aims to dismiss suits that silence criticism by threatening publishers, activists and others with legal bills they can’t afford.
Continue Reading Ontario reintroduces legislation to prevent SLAPPs
As the world becomes more interconnected than ever before, the role of the Canadian foreign correspondent is changing rapidly.
Continue Reading A shrinking world: The changing role of Canadian foreign correspondents
A study of reddit users’ posts about the Toronto mayoral election shows a preference for old, mainstream news outlets over online and alternative media.
Continue Reading Readers still turn to legacy media for credible news online
Toronto Media Mixer gets media workers talking about their rights.
Continue Reading Who’s afraid of an unpaid internship?
Nine jobs will be cut as a result of closures in Victoria, Saskatoon, Regina, London, Windsor, Kitchener and Hamilton.
Continue Reading Star Media Group shutters Metro’s digital-only publications in seven cities
The program is aimed at helping people with journalism experience improve their photography skills and build a strong portfolio.
Continue Reading Concordia to offer new, one-year visual journalism diploma program