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Canada back in the top 20 of World Press Freedom Index — but concerns remain
4 months ago

Canada back in the top 20 of World Press Freedom Index — but concerns remain

Shield law, Quebec inquiry into police surveillance of journalists, lauded as reasons Canada gained points in the World Press Freedom Index.
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When women journalists turn off their microphones
5 months ago

When women journalists turn off their microphones

Nearly 65 per cent of women journalists in the world have experienced some form of intimidation, threats, or abuse in relation to their work.
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Live Blog: A Conversation with Brian Stelter
7 months ago

Live Blog: A Conversation with Brian Stelter

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Canada’s no ransom policy in the new era of terrorism
9 months ago

Canada’s no ransom policy in the new era of terrorism

The Canadian government doesn’t pay ransoms to terrorists, aiming to stop them from benefiting from such payments. But it hasn’t established guidelines to protect journalists working abroad.
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