Investigative journalist Marie-Maude Denis appeared at the Supreme Court in May to appeal a decision requiring her to reveal confidential sources
Read More Continue Reading The Journalistic Sources Protection Act gets its first test in Denis case
Survey of small-market papers finds workers anxious about ad revenue, stressed about digital competition but still have their readers’ trust
Read More Continue Reading Local news snapshot finds journalists split on their future
Journalists worldwide surveyed on how PR pitches, social media algorithms, data privacy and more are affecting their jobs in 2019
Read More Continue Reading Distrust in media is on the decline, journalists tell survey
It took the better part of a decade to bring to life but the nation’s first Cree language sports broadcast aired on March 24 on the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network.
The United Church Observer is undergoing a major rebrand in an effort to reach a wider audience, with a name change and upgrades to its editorial products.
The Christian denominational… Continue Reading United Church Observer out, Broadview in
The competition aims to help freelance journalists go through hostile work environment training
Read More Continue Reading Applications now open for the Forum Freelance Fund bursary
The Yukon-based newspaper goes down to three editions per week for the first time since 1985
Read More Continue Reading Whitehorse Star cuts print days in anticipation of carbon tax
Since Feb. 19, SaltWire Network has announced paywalls, wire service switchups and the upcoming sale of several company buildings
Read More Continue Reading Changes come to one of Atlantic Canada’s largest media companies