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The Quebec government is trying to limit information accessible on a database of corporations
6 months ago

The Quebec government is trying to limit information accessible on a database of corporations

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By Alexandra Bosanac

Since their roll-out into bars across Quebec in 1994, video lottery terminals have pulled in millions of… Continue Reading The Quebec government is trying to limit information accessible on a database of corporations

Can community TV be brought back from the brink?
8 months ago

Can community TV be brought back from the brink?

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By David Gray-Donald

At one time in Canada, there were around 300 community TV stations. But in 1997, regulatory… Continue Reading Can community TV be brought back from the brink?

Updated columnist diversity survey shows representation has not improved since 2014
9 months ago

Updated columnist diversity survey shows representation has not improved since 2014

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By Dylan C. Robertson

Data collected late last year suggests Canada’s columns have grown even more unrepresentative since a similar… Continue Reading Updated columnist diversity survey shows representation has not improved since 2014

“Bhumika Can Speak For Herself” using AI technology
9 months ago

“Bhumika Can Speak For Herself” using AI technology

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Drawing a line between the personal and the professional when it comes to protest
10 months ago

Drawing a line between the personal and the professional when it comes to protest

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By Katrina Clarke

I didn’t march.

When tens of thousands of people packed the streets of Toronto for the Women’s March on… Continue Reading Drawing a line between the personal and the professional when it comes to protest