The Media Centre for Public Policy and Knowledge Mobilization is led by Dr. Shannon Sampert, editor-in-chief of EvidenceNetwork.ca.
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The Institute is led by Patti Sonntag, former managing editor of The New York Times’ News Services Division.
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The Strathcona County Library Journal is a project of Michael Hingston, writer-in-residence for the Metro Edmonton Federation of Libraries.
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Students who had some job experience, especially if it was paid, showed the strongest enthusiasm toward journalism according to Carleton prof Aneurin Bosley.
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Journalism programs face ongoing struggles to implement TRC’s Call to Action – almost three years later.
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The original printing of the 18th edition of the Stylebook included errors on how to report on Inuit Peoples.
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The Canadian data will be compared to the results of the U.S. questionnaire, as well as results from Spain and Austria where the survey is also being conducted.
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Legacy media can learn something from the student press when it comes to building representative newsrooms.
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A recent National Post column by Christie Blatchford illustrates what not to do when telling stories about transgender people.
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La Presse s’est tourné vers des programmes universitaires francophones hors de journalisme pour s’attaquer au problème de la diversité au sein du journal.
Read More Continue Reading Voici pourquoi La Presse a organisé un stage destiné aux journalistes de minorités culturelles