Chiose takes over the role from James Bradshaw, who is now the media reporter at The Globe and Mail.
“So you want to date your teaching assistant,” which was published by Western University’s student newspaper, in London, Ont., drew criticism from administration, student unions and women’s groups for making light of sexual harassment. Ryan Mallough looks at how and when humour has a role to play in journalism.
Toronto Star photographer Steve Russell shares how he gets those dramatic low angle photos, without planting his face on the ground to see the viewer.
The most basic notion to explain how a newspaper can properly be both neutral and opinionated is to understand that structurally newspapers have two distinct components.
The complainant wanted CBC News online to take down an accurate story involving him and his wife, who were charged with forging transit passes in Vancouver three years ago.
B.C. is one of the country's biggest mineral producers. But compared to Americans, British Columbians have very little information about the safety of that activity. And that means journalists, activists and citizens have little power to stop mining problems before they become mining disasters.
Robertson will spend six months at the political desk of the Ottawa Citizen and another six months at the Calgary Herald.
Woods will be responsible for human resources, labour relations, financial matters, newsroom organization and liaising with IT staff.
Magder, who previously covered the tech beat for The Gazette, in Montreal, will now cover transportation.
The Globe and Mail writer won the Ramnath Goenka Excellence in Journalism Award for her “Breaking Caste” series.