There’s a creeping conformity taking place on the web
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Countries around the world value the public’s right to know. But that principle can look very different place to place
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From pay cuts to layoffs, print reductions to closures, thousands across the industry are hit hard by the pandemic
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A new study launched by the Local News Research Project at Ryerson’s School of Journalism will explore what can be learned from other countries about philanthropic support for news media
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Journalism students have very different ideas about what a reporting career means to them. But it’s the ones who value journalism’s role in democracy that stay the course
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Home/work: Understanding work-at-home freelancing in Toronto is a new research project led by Nancy Worth, assistant professor in geography and environmental management at the University of Waterloo
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The appetite for smart local news is there. The challenge is figuring out how to make it profitable
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It won’t be a surprise to many that the gender pay gap still exists in Canadian journalism.
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