Samantha Lui was the only Canadian at the prestigious four day Poynter workshop. Here’s what she learned.
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To improve newsroom diversity, La Presse recruited outside of francophone journalism schools.
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It’s time for change, writes Amira Elghawaby.
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By Michael Ott
“We couldn’t find any expert women,” cannot be an excuse.
That’s the mantra of a new… Continue Reading New database seeks to amplify women’s voices in the news media