Journalism programs face ongoing struggles to implement TRC’s Call to Action – almost three years later.
Read More Continue Reading Long journey of reconciliation ahead at Canada’s journalism schools
Indigenous community members are doing the work to situate Colten Boushie’s life and death within the colonial context.
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“And when they ask, ‘Is that your relative?’ I will say, ‘Yes.’” (Sarah Rain)
I remember the day Colten died. It was a hot summer day in Regina, Saskatchewan and… Continue Reading Colten — Our relative, our warrior
Wawatay Native Communication Society says it was denied the Toronto and Ottawa licenses because of its government funding.
Read More Continue Reading Controversial CRTC decision raises questions about space on airwaves for Indigenous broadcasters
But you no longer have to capitalize internet, which was dropped on July 3.
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By Abby Plener for the Local News Conference
While working in community news, Wawmeesh Hamilton heard a story from a reporter at a rival paper that he found concerning.
By Anna Augusto Rodrigues and Phil Raby
What does reconciliation mean to me? This is a question we have reflected on since the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Calls… Continue Reading How Durham College is Indigenizing its broadcasting program
By Jasmine Bala for the Ryerson Journalism Research Centre
Indigenous people want their leaders held accountable, but journalists should be cautious about perpetuating negative stereotypes, Ryerson School of Journalism Rogers… Continue Reading Understanding history and who wields power central to effective political coverage of Indigenous communities