By Chelsea Lau
For Matthew Braga, technology was just an interest at first. He wanted to know the inner workings of technology and how they worked on a technical level,… Continue Reading How Matthew Braga finds scoops on the tech beat
By Kirk LaPointe
If the academic literature suggests one-half of all stories contain a factual error, then it is clear that corrections should be in routine order.
By Ilana Reimer
Lisa Gregoire has read a lot of court dockets. As the managing editor at Nunatsiaq News, she gets them emailed to her each week so she knows… Continue Reading How Lisa Gregoire created “Breathing Holes”
TRC commissioner and former journalist Marie Wilson delivers this year’s 2016 Atkinson lecture on covering aboriginal issues at the Ryerson School of Journalism. Photo courtesy Ilina Ghosh.
By H.G. Watson, Associate Editor
After Caitlyn Jenner came out, many news articles continued to refer to her by her previous name.
“Referring to Caitlyn Jenner as her previous name… Continue Reading Advice for writing about trans people and stories