ISIS held its place in Canadian headlines but shared the spotlight with a recent report on the Catholic Church.
Continue Reading Around the world: Church makes ‘seismic shift,’ war on ISIS continues
By Jake English, for the International Reporting Bureau at Humber College
The shooting in Ottawa caused a ripple effect in coverage drawing much reaction from around the globe.
Students at Toronto’s Humber College will provide ongoing reporting on how Canadian news outlets cover the world, as well as regular travel advisories.
Continue Reading J-Source launches International Reporting Bureau
International Reporting Bureau Editor Carey French outlines the challenges facing Canadian media outlets as they struggle to cover international news against a backdrop of dwindling resources. –
Continue Reading Why we need to look more critically at Canadian coverage of international news
Like many foreign correspondents, World Report host David Common is always looking for creative solutions to the trickiest technical quandaries in the field. He explains how he worked during his recent trip to the Philippines covering the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan.
Applications for the R. James Travers Foreign Corresponding Fellowship are due Nov. 15.
A unique convergence of some of the best investigative minds from across the continent is coming to Toronto Nov. 9 and 10 for a cross-border event co-hosted by the CAJ Educational Foundation and the U.S.-based Investigative Reporters and Editors.