It is up to an editor to make a choice about which image best captures the subject or works best with the article.
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News about the news for the week of August 11.
Continue Reading Tuesday Tabs: free expression in B.C. and the new New Republic
The Online News Association has announced its list of finalists for the 2015 Online Journalism Awards.
Continue Reading The Globe, Canadian Press among 2015 Online Journalism Awards finalists
An Ontario superior court judge has dismissed a charter challenge filed against a practice that saw a handful of provincial police officers pose as journalists.
Continue Reading Charter challenge against practice that saw cops posing as reporters dismissed
This 2010 Walrus feature uses limited sources to tell a story that’s deeply personal and a microcosm of the larger issues besetting Correctional Services Canada.
Continue Reading Considering the prison problem in Marian Botsford Fraser’s “Life on the Instalment Plan”
Though multilingual publications and broadcasts have relatively small markets, it’s a mistake to overlook their political diversity, reach and longevity say advocates.
Continue Reading What the OMNI cuts mean for newcomer communities and journalists
CBC reporter Megan Batchelor was covering a music festival in Squamish, B.C., north of Vancouver, on Friday when a man kissed her on the cheek and took a selfie.
Continue Reading RCMP investigating after CBC reporter kissed by stranger on camera
The Conservative government is taking part in secret international trade talks that could threaten the future of CBC.
Continue Reading Secret negotiations trading away CBC
So far this season, Regina Leader-Post’s Rob Vanstone has spent at least twice as long answering emails from distraught Roughriders fans as he has writing columns.
Continue Reading What’s it like to be a sports columnist when the home team is losing?