Wed, 11/25/2015 - 19:12

16 November 2015
Monocle magazine editor-in-chief Tyler Brûlé says he is determined to resist the widespread pressures on magazine editors to cut quality and move to a digital- first or digital-only strategy.
11 August 2015
This 2010 Walrus feature uses limited sources to tell a story that’s deeply personal and a microcosm of the larger issues besetting Correctional Services Canada.
03 June 2015
"Interviewing and meeting some of the writers and reporters I spent growing up reading was a privilege. I had to be critical but fair; opinionated but balanced."
27 May 2015
Simon Bredin's profile of the Power & Politics host charts a transformation from a brash magazine editor to someone who is very much a creature of television.
20 May 2015
“Silenced Spring” profiles environment reporters who are asking the public for money in order to write in-depth, quality stories that they feel are lacking in mainstream media.
13 May 2015
Yusur Al Bahrani considers the risks of using social media when reporting on terrorism-related stories.
22 April 2015
The RRJ is launching a fundraising campaign to help finance its yearly print edition. In the meantime, the Ryerson School of Journalism will discuss what the future of that print edition might look
31 March 2015
In profiling the late film critic after a surgery that took his speech, Chris Jones shows that Ebert’s voice as a writer was stronger than most spoken ones.
24 March 2015
This 2007 piece from explore uses one symbol—a endangered blue frog—to tell the story of a jungle ecosystem and Aboriginal culture at a crossroads between the past and an uncertain future.


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