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About H.G. Watson

H.G. Watson is J-Source's managing editor. She can be reached at hgwatson@j-source.ca, and on Twitter at @hg_watson.
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Applications open for Journalists for Human Rights Indigenous Reporters Scholarship Fund
2 years ago

Applications open for Journalists for Human Rights Indigenous Reporters Scholarship Fund

By  •  Education

Launched in 2014, JHR’s Indigenous Reporting Program supports young, Indigenous people who are working towards becoming established journalists.
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Debate on unpaid internships still evolving
2 years ago

Debate on unpaid internships still evolving

By  •  Labour

Toronto panel discusses why, despite crackdowns, unpaid internships remain all too common.
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Memo: Postmedia cancels evening tablet editions
2 years ago

Memo: Postmedia cancels evening tablet editions

By  •  News

Postmedia announced on Oct. 21 that they were ending their evening tablet editions in Ottawa, Montreal and Calgary effective immediately.
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The need for transparency with political endorsements
2 years ago

The need for transparency with political endorsements

By  •  News

Owners of newspapers have right to make endorsements, but readers need to know when they do so.
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Freed Canadian journalist Mohamed Fahmy sets sights on change
2 years ago

Freed Canadian journalist Mohamed Fahmy sets sights on change

By  •  News

At a press conference in Toronto, Fahmy says Canada needs better protections for citizens in trouble abroad.
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CBC Mid-East bureau chief Derek Stoffel’s advice to journalism students
2 years ago

CBC Mid-East bureau chief Derek Stoffel’s advice to journalism students

By  •  Education

Journalists must have a strong work ethic and be willing to take employment risks to have a strong career, says Stoffel.
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