Youth Vote launched this fall to share election related news and stories for student publications.
Continue Reading Canadian University Press creates new project for election stories
“Journalism and good stories are about real people, not talking heads,” says Stoffel, who tries to focus not just on conflict reporting.
Continue Reading Canadians must demand better journalism, says CBC’s Derek Stoffel
Recipient of the 2015 Michelle Lang Fellowship explains how his five-part Calgary Herald series came to be.
Continue Reading How Dylan Robertson investigated homegrown terrorism
#WhatAreTheChances project among those recognized by the Online News Association this year.
Continue Reading How Sheridan College got nominated for an Online Journalism Award
Mount Royal University hosts a panel discussion about using journalism skills to advocate for positive change.
Continue Reading Is there a line between advocacy and journalism?
In May, staff at Imprint were told their lease would not be renewed, a move they say was politically motivated.
Continue Reading Waterloo student paper weighs options as it prepares to leave office of 37 years
Annual award of $25,000 covers travel, reporting and research expenses and a stipend for a journalist.
Continue Reading Applications open for R. James Travers Foreign Corresponding Fellowship
Fahmy was released from prison in Egypt on Sept. 23.
Continue Reading Mohamed Fahmy to join UBC Graduate School of Journalism
Marlene Murphy speaks with a handful of academics who choose to return to the industry after they their submit their students’ marks in May.
Continue Reading Why j-school instructors should return to newsrooms for a summer
Cribb will spend four months in 2016 developing a national program that would have journalism schools across the country collaborating on investigative reporting.
Continue Reading Toronto Star’s Robert Cribb on teaching investigative reporting