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29 November 2016
“What Brings Us Here” showcases activism by local grassroots organizations in Winnipeg.Read more
25 November 2016
Three Canadian researchers are giving people who’ve experienced mental illnesses the resources and training to make their own documentary films.
22 November 2016
Lack of diverse representation in Canadian newsrooms leads to misrepresentation in print.Read more
16 November 2016
When Indigenous people share their stories with journalists, it is a part of the reconciliation process.
07 November 2016
The Canadian Press (CP) is discussing how to update its stylebook to reflect changing language surrounding LGBTQ, Indigenous and disabled communities.
14 October 2016
Media stories that get it wrong can contribute to how others perceive those with autism – and even perpetuate potentially dangerous stereotypes.
06 October 2016
Our summary of a one-day conference in response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's 94 Calls to Action.Read more
03 October 2016
Lawsuit launched against the CBC raises questions about how reporters properly obtain consent when reporting on members of both racialized and LGBTQ+ communities.
30 September 2016
Queer Ugandan filmmaker lives in fear for his life, but is determined to keep telling stories from one of the most dangerous countries in the world for the LGBT community.

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