The Ryerson School of Journalism will be hosting an event featuring a teleconference with Edward Snowden on Wednesday, March 4, 2015 from noon to 2 p.m. in The Venn, RCC 103
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Around the world weekly: Feb. 23, 2015
This week, Canadian international headlines included the radicalization of UK and Quebec students, the revealed identity of ‘Jihadi John’ and the ongoing conflicts in Ukraine.
Continue Reading Around the world weekly: Feb. 23, 2015
On Feb. 25, The Globe and Mail and Financial Post reported on plans Bloomberg LP had underway to launch a Canadian version of its television channel.
Continue Reading Managing editor David Scanlan on the launch of Bloomberg TV Canada
Freelance journalists in conflict zones deserve the same concern from editors as staff, according to new principles signed by more than two dozen news organizations and press freedom groups.
A peace deal for the Ukraine and imprisoned Canadian journalist Mohamed Fahmy released on bail were the focus of Canadian international headlines Thursday.
Continue Reading Around the world: Fahmy’s release on bail and Ukrainian peace deal take Canadian international headlines Thursday
Wednesday saw Canadian international coverage focused on peace talks in Minsk and U.S. President Barack Obama’s effort for congressional approval in the campaign against ISIS.
Continue Reading Around the world: International coverage split between U.S. campaign against ISIS and Ukraine talks Wednesday
In a Sheridan College college lecture, the CBC foreign correspondent explains what it’s really like to report from around the globe.
Continue Reading War zones, disasters and pure luck: David Common on international reporting
Around the world: Angela Merkel’s meeting with U.S. President Barack Obama and Boko Haram’s expanding presence in Africa were the focus of Canadian international coverage Tuesday.
Continue Reading Obama and Merkel meeting, Boko Haram top Canadian international coverage Tuesday
As Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed prepare for a retrial in Egypt, Fahmy’s family is asking Prime Minister Harper to intervene directly.
Continue Reading Fahmy family launches #HarperCallEgypt campaign in advance of retrial
Fahmy’s announced retrial, Iran’s approaching nuclear agreement deadline and Australia’s leadership challenges were the focus of international coverage by Canadian media Monday.
Continue Reading Around the world: Fahmy retrial and Iran nuclear agreements focus of Canadian international coverage Monday