Journalists analyze the evolution of cannabis reporting in Canada as legalization approaches.
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Winners will be announced at the Online News Association Conference and Awards Banquet in September.
Read More Continue Reading Three Canadian media outlets among 2018 Online Journalism Awards finalists
Shattered is directed Lindsay Fitzgerald, a graduate of Ryerson’s journalism and documentary-media MFA programs.
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The Media Centre for Public Policy and Knowledge Mobilization is led by Dr. Shannon Sampert, editor-in-chief of EvidenceNetwork.ca.
Read More Continue Reading New research hub will look at news media’s influence on public policy
Student newspapers face many of the same pressures as larger media outlets.
Read More Continue Reading Carleton student newspaper launches crowdfunding campaign
Finalists for the Fraser MacDougall Prize for Best New Canadian Voice in Human Rights Reporting were announced on July 11, 2018.
The Queen’s Journal had three nominated positions out of the six… Continue Reading Finalists announced for 2018 Fraser MacDougall Prize
There’s a lot of interest in non-profit news models — but no silver bullets for success.
Read More Continue Reading La Presse’s new not-for-profit structure “a leap of faith”
Workshops led to development of two toolkits for journalists and migrants to use.
Read More Continue Reading The Discourse hosts workshops to improve coverage of refugee stories
The Globe and Mail is testing a new feature that could enhance readers’ understanding of its online stories and the mechanics of its journalism.
Globe and Mail reporter Susan… Continue Reading Globe and Mail tests new in-article explainers