Allison Garber was diagnosed in her early 20s, with obsessive-compulsive disorder and general anxiety disorder. Garber was a university-educated, middle-class woman working a prestigious internship in Toronto. On the inside,… Continue Reading Changing public perceptions of mental illness
Racialized journalists are trying to create change in a predominantly white industry, but say support needs to come from the top.
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Responsible reporting about suicide can bring increase awareness and save lives, according to experts.
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When it comes to freelance writing, how you get paid can be as important as how much you get paid.
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New technologies have made work more accessible for deaf and hard of hearing journalists, but they need training and resources.
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Journalists analyze the evolution of cannabis reporting in Canada as legalization approaches.
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