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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While big-city newsrooms discuss the future of local news, the voice of rural Canada wanes.
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The disappearance of archived pages from the Internet Archive poses a threat to research and the preservation of news as the first draft of history.
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Newsroom collaborations can give students valuable training and provide a service by filling gaps in local news coverage.
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Collaborations between newsrooms and community members could be key to saving local news, says an expert in journalism and community engagement.
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Small market newspapers are being stripped of local content by “predatory” chain ownership groups, a new study suggests.
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