Postmedia announced on Oct. 21 that they were ending their evening tablet editions in Ottawa, Montreal and Calgary effective immediately.
Continue Reading Memo: Postmedia cancels evening tablet editions
Owners of newspapers have right to make endorsements, but readers need to know when they do so.
Continue Reading The need for transparency with political endorsements
Where are Canadian journalists headed to this month?
Continue Reading Media on the Move: October 6 to October 21
At a press conference in Toronto, Fahmy says Canada needs better protections for citizens in trouble abroad.
Continue Reading Freed Canadian journalist Mohamed Fahmy sets sights on change
Journalists must have a strong work ethic and be willing to take employment risks to have a strong career, says Stoffel.
Continue Reading CBC Mid-East bureau chief Derek Stoffel’s advice to journalism students
Youth Vote launched this fall to share election related news and stories for student publications.
Continue Reading Canadian University Press creates new project for election stories
Newspaper publishers, editors, have a responsibility to protect freedom of expression.
Continue Reading Conservative endorsements fly in the face of freedom of expression
Awards for student journalism available in 21 different categories including Best Website and Best Social Media.
Continue Reading Annual John H. McDonald awards accepting nominations
Does sending a Facebook message go far enough in trying to reach the subjects of news reports?
Continue Reading Toronto Star public editor: Reporting in the Facebook era
“Journalism and good stories are about real people, not talking heads,” says Stoffel, who tries to focus not just on conflict reporting.
Continue Reading Canadians must demand better journalism, says CBC’s Derek Stoffel