“As soon as we arrive at an event we are covering we have altered its course,” says CBC journalist Carol Off.
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Reporters who have been tracking multiple disappearances of Toronto men in recent years say much needs to be done to hold authorities to account.
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If you make an effort to get diversity in your reporting, Lau said, you’ll often find that your stories are more interesting.
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“The mantra I repeat to myself often all the time in this job–whether it’s a natural disaster overseas or not–is, ‘This is just my job for today and this is this person’s life.’”
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Gord Downie told stories about Canadian lives in a near-journalistic way.
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A technical post-mort from Mount Royal University’s Journalism Program.
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