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Drug policy and addiction media kit gives newsrooms a resource for better coverage of drug use
3 days ago

Drug policy and addiction media kit gives newsrooms a resource for better coverage of drug use

By  •  News, Work, Education
Avoid stigmatizing narratives, consult credible sources and use language that reflects people’s lived experiences, say experts
Will nonprofit journalism rules now on the books help news organizations in Canada?
4 months ago

Will nonprofit journalism rules now on the books help news organizations in Canada?

Long-awaited updates now offer path for news media to issue tax receipts to donors. But the road to philanthropic journalism is paved with Canada Revenue Agency rules, uncertainty about Canadians’ willingness to give
The ethics of reporting on incels
4 months ago

The ethics of reporting on incels

By  •  Work, How To, Ethics
Six key strategies for effective and responsible journalism
COVID-19 and the end-of-semester pivot: 5 tips to help you change on the fly
8 months ago

COVID-19 and the end-of-semester pivot: 5 tips to help you change on the fly

Two journalism professors share their thoughts on the move to alternate delivery
Tips for journalists and media organizations in Canada covering the coronavirus
10 months ago

Tips for journalists and media organizations in Canada covering the coronavirus

Avoid alarmist reports, use credible sources, prioritize the key information, expert suggests
Employees have the power to make their newsrooms more diverse
2 years ago

Employees have the power to make their newsrooms more diverse

Diversity of employees is more than just good journalistic practice — it is a labour issue.
Giving readers a stake in the story
3 years ago

Giving readers a stake in the story

How reader-supported journalism is changing the equation.
When the news breaks the journalist
3 years ago

When the news breaks the journalist

Journalists are coming out and talking honestly about mental illness.
Top five ways to spot fake news
3 years ago

Top five ways to spot fake news

Understanding the difference between fake news and misinformation allows journalists to be able to properly talk about the problem.
Victims of natural disasters must be dealt with respectfully: NYT Canada bureau chief
3 years ago

Victims of natural disasters must be dealt with respectfully: NYT Canada bureau chief

“The mantra I repeat to myself often all the time in this job–whether it’s a natural disaster overseas or not–is, ‘This is just my job for today and this is this person’s life.’”