It won’t be a surprise to many that the gender pay gap still exists in Canadian journalism.
A survey conducted by J-Source shows that 42 per cent of surveyed cisgender… Continue Reading Survey: Gender equity issues in Canadian journalism persist at end of decade
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.
‘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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Announcing the Independent News Challenge, a nine-week program to help journalist entrepreneurs and small publishers grow
Read More Continue Reading Let’s shift the journalism industry in Canada, together
Angelyn Francis on what to prioritize to nurse an ailing industry back to health
Read More Continue Reading A millennial’s perspective on the future of journalism
Journalists are among the many workers whose employment has become precarious in the transition to a digital economy. Their core values and the quality of the news are threatened as a result. The threat to our democracy is even greater. Decent work must be written into plans for Canada’s news media industry to create a responsible future
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The complainant, Jack Locke, thought that a story on the World at Six took sides in a running controversy over adding fluoride to drinking water. As a long-time opponent of fluoridation, he found that hard to swallow.
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