The Toronto Sun has a history of columnists writing xenophobic pieces — but they are met with a shrug by the rest of Canadian media.
Read More Continue Reading We cannot continue to ignore the Toronto Sun’s toxic output
H.G. Watson is leaving J-Source to join TVO Oct. 22; Steph Wechsler will step into the managing editor role.
Read More Continue Reading J-Source announces interim managing editor
On Oct. 17, cannabis became legal in Canada. Here’s how newspapers across the country heralded in a new era of legalization on their front covers.
This post will be updated… Continue Reading Canadian front pages after cannabis legalization
In covering deeply personal issues, journalism is quite different from the often one-dimensional world of social media. It uncovers how the vulnerable are treated, the problems they face and… Continue Reading Globe and Mail Public Editor: Sensitivity and respect were primary concerns while producing The Globe’s dementia series
“We’re there to ask questions. I think it’s important that we are there to do that for a Canadian outlet”: Simpson
Read More Continue Reading A window into USMCA trade talks’ coverage with Katie Simpson
Here’s our regular update on the moves, hires and promotions in Canadian journalism. Want your job move featured? Tweet it to us or use the hashtag #cdnmediamoves.
Longtime Edmonton Journal columnist… Continue Reading Media on the Move: October 10
“In a city with 700,000 people, roughly, (and) only one (English-language print) media outlet, it leaves a big space for others to come in:” Joel Wittenbel.
Read More Continue Reading The Pointer launches for Brampton readers
According to data collected by the Local News Research Project, a majority of closures have been community papers.
Read More Continue Reading Over 250 Canadian news media outlets have closed in the last 10 years
Among the winners is an app that lets people make micro-podcasts and a sports newsletter aimed at women.
Read More Continue Reading Ryerson and Facebook Digital News Innovation Challenge awards $100,000 to five startups