Journalism programs face ongoing struggles to implement TRC’s Call to Action – almost three years later.
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The CABJ had been inactive for some years, but a team is working on the relaunch.
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Covering Diane, a podcast produced by the Hamilton Spectator, looks at a murder case that happened over 30 years ago.
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Tyler Bieber is being remembered as a man grateful to talk about sports for a living.
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CJFE board members are taking the next few months to review, refocus, and ensure CJFE is an organization that continues long into the future.
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Postmedia executive chairman Paul Godfrey said in a statement that the revenue declines from its legacy business had slowed and there were “positive signs” from its digital advertising initiatives.
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