Here’s the Canadian media coverage you read on J-Source in 2018.
10. Ottawa union bargaining results may reverberate across Postmedia
Newspaper guilds across two provinces co-ordinated on labour actions for Postmedia… Continue Reading The top 10 most-read stories on J-Source in 2018
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It was an overwhelmingly humid summer day in Hong Kong when Adrian Ma, professor at the Ryerson School of Journalism, found himself… Continue Reading Telling stories from all directions
Allison Garber was diagnosed in her early 20s, with obsessive-compulsive disorder and general anxiety disorder. Garber was a university-educated, middle-class woman working a prestigious internship in Toronto. On the inside,… Continue Reading Changing public perceptions of mental illness
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— Atkinson Foundation… Continue Reading Journalism jobs: Dec. 12
The importance of press freedom can never be understated. For Canadian journalists, horrific headlines from across the globe of missing, murdered, or imprisoned reporters are sobering reminders of the privilege… Continue Reading Canada finally has a source protection law — is it enough?
Chatham Daily News announced it would publish a print edition of its paper one less day a week, along with 10 other Postmedia newspapers, on Nov. 6.
Over the last three years, I’ve had some version of this conversation with countless young Canadian journalists.
“I’m so anxious right now.”
“My work laid off 15 per cent of… Continue Reading A generation of journalists are struggling
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When many of my former colleagues at the Guelph Mercury were laid off… Continue Reading Nonprofit news: Lessons from south of the border