Recipient of the 2015 Michelle Lang Fellowship explains how his five-part Calgary Herald series came to be.
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The interim Power & Politics host says not to accept talking points, and to point out when someone is wrong.
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How does the Liberal FOI platform stack up? And how many FOI requests are made province by province?
Continue Reading This week in FOI news: FOI by the numbers and party platforms
A newsroom lacking in diversity fails to deliver the whole story, while empathy drawn from experience can produce better reporting.
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Former CBC senior producer Marsha Barber uses her journalism background to inform her poetry.
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Was it fair for the Globe and Mail to run a major piece on Liberal leader Justine Trudeau so close to voting day?
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Tablet gives journalists incredible freedom, says Filson, but they have to figure out the best way to tell stories each time.
Continue Reading Q&A: Star Touch lead Jon Filson explains how the app has changed the newsroom
#WhatAreTheChances project among those recognized by the Online News Association this year.
Continue Reading How Sheridan College got nominated for an Online Journalism Award
Tools like Kickstarter have made it possible for Aboriginal journalists to fill a reporting gap.
Continue Reading Five reasons Aboriginal journalists are turning to crowdfunding