On Oct. 1, JHR honoured journalists from around the globe who are working for human rights in their communities.
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CANADALAND’s Jesse Brown interviews John Fraser, CEO of the new national press council.
Continue Reading RJAA and CANADALAND present: Ethics and transparency in journalism
The creation of the National Newsmedia Council gives the public another option to have complaints redressed.
Continue Reading Globe public editor: New press council gives media accountability a boost
This summer, mounting legal costs forced Joey Coleman to shut down his website that covered Hamilton’s city hall.
Continue Reading Independent journalist Joey Coleman to revive his Public Record
Six full-time staff affected at the paper serving a community of 25,000 after Black Press decides to shut paper down.
Continue Reading Vancouver Island’s Alberni Valley Times to close
Maps allow readers to compare the perception of how news is covered in their neighbourhood against the reality.
Continue Reading News maps allow users to explore coverage of Toronto neighbourhoods
In May, staff at Imprint were told their lease would not be renewed, a move they say was politically motivated.
Continue Reading Waterloo student paper weighs options as it prepares to leave office of 37 years
Annual award of $25,000 covers travel, reporting and research expenses and a stipend for a journalist.
Continue Reading Applications open for R. James Travers Foreign Corresponding Fellowship
The Globe and Mail wins for breaking news coverage of Ottawa shooting, while The Canadian Press, UBC, Sheridan College among finalists.
Continue Reading The Globe wins at 2015 Online Journalism Awards