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Posts By Kayla Zhu

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The evolution of mental health reporting standards
3 weeks ago

The evolution of mental health reporting standards

By  •  Work, Field Notes
Across industry organizations, newsrooms and campus media, journalists are re-examining best practices on reporting on mental health and suicide
Indiegraf expands to the U.S. with next news challenge cohort
4 weeks ago

Indiegraf expands to the U.S. with next news challenge cohort

Canadian independent journalism incubator wants to help entrepreneurs reduce local news gaps on both sides of the border
2021 CJF awards and fellowships now open for applications
3 months ago

2021 CJF awards and fellowships now open for applications

The foundation expands offerings with three new awards and fellowships
Applications for 2020 Mindset Award for Workplace Mental Health Reporting now open
3 months ago

Applications for 2020 Mindset Award for Workplace Mental Health Reporting now open

Award organizers anticipate a 'flood of applications' due to widespread effects of COVID-19 on mental health
Corus revenue down 10% in first quarter of fiscal 2021, expects recovery during year
3 months ago

Corus revenue down 10% in first quarter of fiscal 2021, expects recovery during year

By  •  News, Business
CEO Doug Murphy said the company kicked off the new fiscal year with a 'stronger-than-anticipated quarter'
Press Forward aims to give independent media a seat at the table
4 months ago

Press Forward aims to give independent media a seat at the table

By  •  News
A collective of community-based media organizations across Canada hope to advocate for the independent media sector
Drug policy and addiction media kit gives newsrooms a resource for better coverage of drug use
4 months ago

Drug policy and addiction media kit gives newsrooms a resource for better coverage of drug use

By  •  News, Work, Education
Avoid stigmatizing narratives, consult credible sources and use language that reflects people’s lived experiences, say experts
Black Press Media employees question keeping workers in offices as second wave hits B.C.
5 months ago

Black Press Media employees question keeping workers in offices as second wave hits B.C.

By  •  News, Labour
As COVID-19 cases hit record highs, workers at the paper chain say they’re concerned their employer isn’t allowing WFH option, per public health advice
Recent arrests of journalists covering land disputes accelerate concerns around police attempts to define, obstruct journalism
5 months ago

Recent arrests of journalists covering land disputes accelerate concerns around police attempts to define, obstruct journalism

By  •  News, Law, Field Notes
Journalists must be present to bear witness to police actions, especially at Indigenous movements, say panelists