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Media companies on notice over traumatized journalists after landmark court decision
3 years ago

Media companies on notice over traumatized journalists after landmark court decision

Matthew Ricketson, Deakin University and Alexandra Wake, RMIT University A landmark ruling by an Australian court is expected to have international consequences for newsrooms, with media companies on notice they face large compensation claims if they fail to…
Here’s why Concordia students are striking against school internship policies
3 years ago

Here’s why Concordia students are striking against school internship policies

Following in the footsteps of a legacy of student activism in Québec, students are protesting unpaid labour within and far beyond their university’s journalism program
How Doug Ford is endangering local news ecosystems
3 years ago

How Doug Ford is endangering local news ecosystems

Since the Ontario premier announced changes to student fee policies, many have called out the risks for campus media. But weakening student journalism won’t just threaten the schools’ information access
Working as the newsroom’s ‘diversity hire’
3 years ago

Working as the newsroom’s ‘diversity hire’

Women of colour in journalism bring a lot to the job. And take a lot, too
Globe and Mail Public Editor: No need to offer ‘false balance’ to anti-vaxxers
3 years ago

Globe and Mail Public Editor: No need to offer ‘false balance’ to anti-vaxxers

Anti-vaxxers are up in arms about negative media coverage of their cause. Considering the timing, this is a little surprising: measles, a potentially life-threatening disease especially for unvaccinated babies or people with suppressed immune systems, is on the rise, thanks…
Media on the move: March 13
3 years ago

Media on the move: March 13

By  •  News, People
Here’s our regular update on the moves, hires and promotions in Canadian journalism. Want your job move featured? Tweet it to us or use the hashtag #cdnmediamoves
How to fix Canada’s biggest media problem in one easy step
3 years ago

How to fix Canada’s biggest media problem in one easy step

Ottawa is poised to provide almost $600 million in financial assistance to Canada’s news media. Will it do the right thing and restrict the incentives to Canadian-owned companies?
Whitehorse Star cuts print days in anticipation of carbon tax
3 years ago

Whitehorse Star cuts print days in anticipation of carbon tax

By  •  News
The Yukon-based newspaper goes down to three editions per week for the first time since 1985
Changes come to one of Atlantic Canada’s largest media companies
3 years ago

Changes come to one of Atlantic Canada’s largest media companies

Since Feb. 19, SaltWire Network has announced paywalls, wire service switchups and the upcoming sale of several company buildings
A fourth-generation newspaper rides the waves of change
3 years ago

A fourth-generation newspaper rides the waves of change

Why a 109-year old, family-owned Alberta outlet remains optimistic about the future despite a shifting rural population
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