As local community and daily newspapers close across the country, their archives – and their stories of local politics, controversy and culture – are at risk.
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It turns out that newspapers in the 1830s had extensive government support.
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A technical post-mort from Mount Royal University’s Journalism Program.
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Legacy media can learn something from the student press when it comes to building representative newsrooms.
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Beat expertise equips journalists to challenge claims by media savvy representatives of extremist groups.
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Collection of photos dating from about 1910 until 1990 includes images of major Canadian political events and conflicts
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