Free Press religion reporter John Longhurst on the paper’s work ramping up the faith beat
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By Kathy Kiely, University of Missouri-Columbia and Laurel Leff, Northeastern University
These days, anybody with an internet connection can be a publisher.
That doesn’t make everybody a journalist.
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The fellows are working on a Canada-wide collaborative investigative project facilitated by the Institute for Investigative Journalism
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Postmedia Network Canada Corp. says it lost nearly $5.1 million in the second quarter as its revenue dropped 7.5 per cent compared with last year as a result of shifting advertising… Continue Reading Postmedia posts bigger Q2 loss as revenue from print operations continues decline
Despite an endless cycle of missteps, call-outs and apologies, Canadian journalism has a terrible track record holding far-right groups to account – whether they’re in the streets or public office. Until there’s a much deeper reckoning, it’s unlikely to get any better
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The institute recognizes publications committed to transparency and independence in public interest, investigative journalism
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Justin Brake, a former reporter for the Newfoundland news site The Independent, wasn’t the only winner when the Newfoundland and Labrador Court of Appeal cleared him of a civil charge… Continue Reading What Justin Brake’s recent win means for press freedom in 2019