Many style guides recommend person-first language, but disabled communities are split
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Recent years have not been kind to journalism. In Canada, there are numerous examples of reduced work schedules and publication closures, along with other signs of decline.
The public broadcaster is axing 35 positions and just reversed decision to merge CBC North newscasts
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Employee efforts to take over an insolvent Quebec newspaper group are at risk of falling apart despite support from the Quebec government.
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‘Self-reporting on newsroom diversity would encourage a culture of trust and accountability, one that the journalism profession upholds in its role as a watchdog of public institutions.’
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‘It represents the public opinion and the public voice. If we don’t get the paper out, then who’s going to hear it?’
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Clippy makes a triumphant return. A CanCon icon is celebrated.
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