Photojournalist Peter Bregg has returned from a three-week tour of Rwanda, Democratic Republic of Congo and South Sudan where he was photographing senator Roméo Dallaire and his work in the demobilization and reintegration of child soldiers. He spoke to Angelina Irinici about his experience and how difficult assignments can still choke him up.
Randy Starkman covered 12 Olympic Games, won two National Newspaper Awards and was generally lauded as one of the best amateur sports reporters in the country. He passed away this morning in a Toronto hospital at the age of 51.
Jim Curran has been reporting on Toronto traffic for CBC since 1972. Today was his final broadcast.
Former CBC cameraman, father, husband and news junkie Dean Heywood passed away from a heart attack last month while snorkelling in Costa Rica.
Last year, breast cancer forced Kathleen Petty to trade 14-hour days for some time for herself. The Ottawa Citizen's Shelley Page sat down with Petty to talk about her cancer and that positive outlook she has been given.
CTV London has announced that senior anchor Dan MacLellan has resigned in order to focus on upcoming legal challenges.
Katie DeRosa, a reporter for Victoria Times Colonist, has been awarded the inaugural James Travers Foreign Corresponding Fellowship, created by friends and colleagues of the late Jim Travers after his sudden death last March.
Ryan Pyle is a Canadian photographer living in China. Despite his photos regularly appearing in some of the most well-known English-language publications, he doesn't like to call himself a photojournalist. J-Source's Rhiannon Russell spoke with Pyle about this distinction, how he balances journalistic standards when shooting for news and what it's like working in China.
Lloyd Robertson and Andy Walsh are set to be the newest inductees to the Canadian News Hall of Fame at a gala in Toronto on May 16.