Globe and Mail picks up four prizes, tying New York Times for most wins by any organization.
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The complainant, Chuck Erlichman, thought an article about the issue of property rights in relation to the shooting of a young Indigenous man was irresponsible and could fan racist… Continue Reading CBC Ombudsman: Speculation as reporting – Proceed with caution
La Presse s’est tourné vers des programmes universitaires francophones hors de journalisme pour s’attaquer au problème de la diversité au sein du journal.
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To improve newsroom diversity, La Presse recruited outside of francophone journalism schools.
Read More Continue Reading Why La Presse started an internship geared towards minority reporters and First Nations people
All We Leave Behind is an exploration of what we owe to those who help us find and share the truth.
Read More Continue Reading Carol Off’s powerful new memoir shows limits of what a journalist can do
The Star must draw clearer distinction between news and opinion.
Read More Continue Reading TORONTO STAR PUBLIC EDITOR: Readers need to distinguish news from opinion
Although we now live in a vast internet landscape with immense amounts of content, the diversity and quality of the news media we consume continues to be a concern. Large sites… Continue Reading Why is Melanie Joly ignoring the crisis in Canadian journalism?
Advocacy groups welcome passage of S-231 despite some shortcomings.
Read More Continue Reading Canada’s House of Commons votes unanimously for press shield law
Here’s how journalists can band together to start worker owned media outlets.
Read More Continue Reading What if we imagined a future where media workers were owners?