By Meagan Gillmore
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s mandate ended last year. Among its 94 items believed crucial for reconciliation is a call for journalists to… Continue Reading How journalism students are taught to tell Aboriginal stories
Kids make nutritious snacks. Snappy headline? Case of cannibalism? Or, a misplaced modifier? A modifier is an adverb, adjective or phrase that, ideally, clarifies or adds detail to your… Continue Reading Grammar guide: misplaced modifiers
By Errol Salamon for CWA Canada
Journalism students and recent graduates are well placed to support Chronicle Herald newsroom workers in Halifax, who have been on strike since Jan. 23. They can… Continue Reading Students could be key in Halifax journalists’ strike
By Marcus Medford for New Canadian Media
International students and children of immigrants say pursuing post-secondary studies in journalism can motivate both encouragement and opposition from their parents.
The documentary, Denendeh, was created by University of Regina School of Journalism students in 2010.
Continue Reading Canadian student doc about La Loche recognized by New York Times
School of Journalism announces it intends to keep publishing print magazine at a slightly higher price.
Continue Reading Ryerson Review of Journalism to continue as print magazine
Awards for student journalism available in 21 different categories including Best Website and Best Social Media.
Continue Reading Annual John H. McDonald awards accepting nominations
Join us July 8, at 1 pm ET for a live chat about freelincing with Maryam Siddiqi and Aaron Broverman.
Continue Reading Live Q&A: The Freelance Life with Maryam Siddiqi and Aaron Broverman
In May, University of Waterloo’s Imprint newspaper received a lease termination notice from the student union for the campus office space it has published in since 1979.
Continue Reading Waterloo student paper claims lease termination politically motivated
Join us Friday, June 26, at 12 noon ET for a live question-and-answer session about interviewing with Selena Ross, reporter at the Globe and Mail, and Sarah Boesveld, reporter at the National Post. Ross and Boesveld will take questions from journalism students about how to prepare for an interview, how to turn a dull conversation into a valuable one and their favourite questions to ask.
Continue Reading Live Q&A: How to Conduct Your Best Interviews with Selena Ross and Sarah Boesveld