Our French-language sister site, ProjetJ, has named Jean-Philippe Cipriani its new editor-in-chief.
In what has been called an “unusual, if not unprecedented” move, the Prime Minister’s Office and parliamentary secretary to the Prime Minister Dean Del Mastro have issued a statement in response to reporting by Stephen Maher in which Maher is referred to as "controversial."
The University of Toronto Scarborough campus is hiring a lecturer in journalism for a full-time teaching stream appointment to begin July 1, 2013. Deadline: March 12, 2013.
Western University's daily student paper, The Gazette, is facing threats to its press freedom from its publisher, the Western University Students' Council, according to front-page reports today penned by the paper's editor-in-chief Gloria Dickie.
The Canadian Association of Journalists is accepting applications for its 2012 awards program until Feb. 8.
When a journalism student declared he had never bought a physical newspaper, Torstar chair John Honderich shot back: “Is that something you’re proud of?” But as Joy Blenman explains, the student’s statement is a sign of the times: the future of journalism is digital, and the transition has already begun.
Student journalists from across the country were in Toronto last week for Canadian University Press’ 75th annual national conference, which included Saturday evening’s John H. McDonald Journalism Awards.
Esther Enkin, who began in her new role as CBC Ombudsman on Jan. 1, released her first review last week. In it, she examined CBC Radio’s The Current’s use of satire in its broadcast.
We're talking student journalism this week as The Canadian University Press hostis its 75th national conference (#NASH75) at the Delta Chelsea Hotel in downtown Toronto.
J-Source's Belinda Alzner (@belindaalzner) and Eric Mark Do (@ericmarkdo) will be tweeting from the conference Thursday, Friday and Saturday.