By Jasmine Bala for the Ryerson Journalism Research Centre
When Indigenous people share their stories with journalists, it is a part of the reconciliation process and not about assigning blame,… Continue Reading Indigenous stories are mainstream stories, say panellists
By Allison Ridgway and Ania Bessonov
The Canadian Press (CP) is discussing how to update its stylebook to reflect changing language surrounding LGBTQ, Indigenous and disabled communities, CP’s editor-in-chief said during a… Continue Reading Updated rules for language, terms for marginalized communities being discussed for new edition of Canadian Press Stylebook
By H.G. Watson, Associate Editor
In a recent article in The Atlantic, Kieran Delamont tells the story of how Indigenous people have had a difficult history of representation in video… Continue Reading Ryerson reporting project on Truth and Reconciliation makes waves
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
The future of journalism education is the focus of a new collection of essays just published by the Ryerson Journalism Research Centre.
Continue Reading Where will journalism education go from here?
New program at Dalhousie and University of King’s College offers J.D. and M.J. concurrently.
Continue Reading Halifax schools to offer a joint journalism and law program
There are all kinds of analytics available to show you who is looking at your site and how they’re getting there. But how can you—or should you—use that information when selecting which stories to cover?
Continue Reading Using analytics to make editorial decisions