Was it fair for the Globe and Mail to run a major piece on Liberal leader Justine Trudeau so close to voting day?
Continue Reading Globe public editor: Reporting on federal leaders is a tricky balancing act
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
Where are Canadian journalists headed to this month?
Continue Reading Media on the Move: September 24-October 6
Unreserved, which started as a regional news and storytelling show last year, was added to Radio One line-up Aug. 30.
Continue Reading CBC Radio adds first regular Aboriginal program to national airwaves in 15 years
Alberta, along with New Brunswick and the federal government, has been ranked as having the worst freedom of information law in the country.
Continue Reading Alberta’s journalists have to advocate for improved freedom of information laws
Newsrooms must grapple with issues of deception and conflict of interest.
Continue Reading CAJ Ethics Committee: Sponsored content craze not journalism
Mount Royal University hosts a panel discussion about using journalism skills to advocate for positive change.
Continue Reading Is there a line between advocacy and journalism?