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21 July 2015
University of Toronto professor's book-length study examines how race factors into news stories about politicians and political candidates.
20 July 2015
Every week a new study on autism seems to surface, and too often there are errors or critical omissions in some of the media coverage on the topic.
03 July 2015
Yesterday morning, Canadaland’s Jesse Brown published a report claiming women were quitting positions from the Globe and Mail due to an institutionally sexist work environment.
03 July 2015
If advocating for women’s equality in newsrooms is the goal, Brown’s reporting falls short of it.Read more
02 July 2015
This online series from Edge YK magazine proves that, even in a small city of 20,000, there is no shortage of characters with fascinating stories to tell.
19 June 2015
Women, Smith writes, are still outsiders in the newspaper business, loving their jobs even as they think about moving on.
16 June 2015
News organizations and journalists aren’t doing enough to secure data and communications—and it could put whistleblowers and other sources at risk.
30 April 2015
When Desmond Cole began writing a Toronto Life feature on the experience of being Black in Toronto, he thought he’d tell the stories of other people—until his editor suggested he tell his own.
30 March 2015
As the first female sportswriter for the Chicago Tribune in the 1980s, I considered myself a pioneer. Then I discovered that a woman sportswriter had worked for The Globe and Mail in the 1930s.

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