Here’s our regular update on the moves, hires and promotions in Canadian journalism for Dec. 3 to Dec. 16.
Continue Reading Media on the Move: Dec. 3 to Dec. 16
Local Hamilton news station reduces staff, programming hours amidst restructuring.
Continue Reading What we know so far about the bankruptcy at CHCH
Union organizers follow lead of Vice staff in the United States, who unionized in August.
Continue Reading Vice Canada staff begin union drive
New guide provides guidelines on how to report on sexual violence.
Continue Reading Using the right words when reporting on sexual violence
Refugees to Canada do not get more government funds than do our senior citizens. That is an urban myth that originated with a mistake in a 2004 Toronto Star letter to the editor – and repeated in a recent reader letter.
Continue Reading Toronto Star public editor: A mistake that travelled around the world and back again
Mike Landry’s just-completed series on intimate partner violence in New Brunswick has shone a bright light on one of this community’s poorly understood and costly secrets.
Continue Reading Brunswick News ombudswoman: Community spurred series on intimate partner violence
Canadian Association of Journalists sends letter to Vista Radio encouraging company to come up with a policy that encourages editorial independence.
Continue Reading “We stand by the choice made by Sean Eckford”: CAJ
It’s the duty of all journalists to hold politicians to account for the things they say and do.
Continue Reading Globe public editor: Readers question relevance of Trudeau nannies story
The winner receives a $75,000 stipend and up to $25,000 in research expenses to investigate a current public policy issue.
Continue Reading Submissions open for the Atkinson Fellowship in Public Policy
The Toronto Star reporter on why covering the labour beat is far more than reporting on the role of the labour movement in society.
Continue Reading 5 Questions with Sara Mojtehedzadeh: the value of work and labour reporting