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Metroland print plant closure a blow, says union
7 months ago

Metroland print plant closure a blow, says union

By  •  News
Eighteen unionized workers losing their jobs when Hamilton Web presses shut down for good April 1
Pierre Bruneau prend sa retraite : Une page de l’histoire de la télévision québécoise se tourne
7 months ago

Pierre Bruneau prend sa retraite : Une page de l’histoire de la télévision québécoise se tourne

By  •  Projet J
Un hommage bien senti de Philippe Lapointe à l'égard de son ex-collègue Pierre Bruneau de TVA Nouvelles
The trucker convoy provides a case study in online threats and IRL harms
7 months ago

The trucker convoy provides a case study in online threats and IRL harms

Journalists’ experiences of online threats during the blockade offer insights into how virtual abuse spills offline and how newsrooms should be planning ahead
Reflections on a year of the Fraser Valley Current
7 months ago

Reflections on a year of the Fraser Valley Current

Starting a new enterprise is always a gamble. It’s a bet on yourself, on those who will help you, and on your audience. Managing editor Tyler Olsen breaks down what The Current's learned after Year One
Noovo Info en croissance un an après son lancement
7 months ago

Noovo Info en croissance un an après son lancement

By  •  Projet J
Un an après le lancement de son bulletin de nouvelles, Le Fil, l’information chez Noovo Info se distingue avec son approche jeune et multiplateformes. Un lancement réussi, des débuts prometteurs, mais des défis importants. Une entrevue avec le directeur général…
Dans la cour des grands de Gilbert Lavoie :  un journaliste dans les coulisses du pouvoir à Ottawa
7 months ago

Dans la cour des grands de Gilbert Lavoie :  un journaliste dans les coulisses du pouvoir à Ottawa

By  •  Projet J
Par Philippe Lapointe Journaliste et chroniqueur politique respecté, Gilbert Lavoie a fait un séjour de quelques années en politique pour travailler comme secrétaire de presse de Brian Mulroney. De 1989 à 1992, il a travaillé au cœur de la machine…
Online violence is ‘death by a thousand cuts,’ especially for women, LGBTQ2+ and racialized journalists, and COVID-19 has increased the toxicity. How can Canadian newsrooms better respond? 
7 months ago

Online violence is ‘death by a thousand cuts,’ especially for women, LGBTQ2+ and racialized journalists, and COVID-19 has increased the toxicity. How can Canadian newsrooms better respond? 

Journalists have to put in countless unpaid hours to manage the disproportionate burden of existing online. While the pandemic has intensified the issue, newsroom and platform responses are still playing catch-up
Bottom-up, audience-driven and shut down: How HuffPost Canada left its mark on Canadian media
7 months ago

Bottom-up, audience-driven and shut down: How HuffPost Canada left its mark on Canadian media

HuffPost Canada was abruptly shut down on March 9, 2021, by Buzzfeed as part of a broad restructuring plan for the company. This closure came two weeks after two dozen workers filed for union certification