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About Angela Long

Angela Long is a freelance journalist based in Toronto currently working on a book about rural journalism in Canada.
Latest Posts | By Angela Long
Rewriting colonial narratives
10 months ago

Rewriting colonial narratives

The Eastern Door and Iorì:wase on the Mohawk-led media scene of Kahnawake, Que.
Death of an owner silences small northern Ontario paper
1 year ago

Death of an owner silences small northern Ontario paper

By  •  Feature, Series
Dennis Smyk was the Driftwood, the paper that was the voice of Ignace, Ont. since the ‘70s
There’s a one-woman show in Deloraine, Manitoba
1 year ago

There’s a one-woman show in Deloraine, Manitoba

By  •  Feature, Series
After 14 years of newsroom cuts, reporter Judy Wells is determined to keep her local paper alive
A millennial buys the local paper
1 year ago

A millennial buys the local paper

Why a 24-year old gives up city life for a job at his local paper and then, five years later, buys it
A fourth-generation newspaper rides the waves of change
1 year 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
Delivery by the thousands beneath glacier-clad peaks
1 year ago

Delivery by the thousands beneath glacier-clad peaks

How a woman from southern Ontario and a man from the Prairies figured out local-news survival in B.C.’s Kootenays
Do oil and paper mix on B.C.’s northwest coast?
1 year ago

Do oil and paper mix on B.C.’s northwest coast?

When the island paper was sold to Black Press Media, Haida Gwaii residents began to re-evaluate their relationship to local news
Not gold, but close
1 year ago

Not gold, but close

The warming effects of local media in a subarctic town
The Power of Place: When ‘Local’ is More than a Catchphrase
3 years ago

The Power of Place: When ‘Local’ is More than a Catchphrase

While big-city newsrooms discuss the future of local news, the voice of rural Canada wanes.
Muslim communities are telling new stories to break old stereotypes, say panelists
3 years ago

Muslim communities are telling new stories to break old stereotypes, say panelists

By Angela Long for the Local News Conference If you want to learn about the Muslim community, don’t read the news, says the associate editor of The Islamic Monthly.   Steven Zhou, who converted to Islam six years ago, said…