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Exploring the military-journalist relationship
4 years ago

Exploring the military-journalist relationship

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By Leah Woolley for The Signal

Josie Lukey’s face is covered in mud, dirt, and dust. The sun is setting over Canadian Forces Base Wainwright in Denwood, Alberta… Continue Reading Exploring the military-journalist relationship

Updated rules for language, terms for marginalized communities being discussed for new edition of Canadian Press Stylebook
4 years ago

Updated rules for language, terms for marginalized communities being discussed for new edition of Canadian Press Stylebook

By Allison Ridgway and Ania Bessonov 

The Canadian Press (CP) is discussing how to update its stylebook to reflect changing language surrounding LGBTQ, Indigenous and disabled communities, CP’s editor-in-chief said during a… Continue Reading Updated rules for language, terms for marginalized communities being discussed for new edition of Canadian Press Stylebook

A life and death relationship ‘built entirely on trust’
4 years ago

A life and death relationship ‘built entirely on trust’

By David Beers for The Tyee

By 2007, the violent chaos unleashed by the U.S. invasion of Iraq four years before had driven hundreds of thousands of Iraqis into Syria.… Continue Reading A life and death relationship ‘built entirely on trust’

How Matthew Braga finds scoops on the tech beat
4 years ago

How Matthew Braga finds scoops on the tech beat

By Chelsea Lau

For Matthew Braga, technology was just an interest at first. He wanted to know the inner workings of technology and how they worked on a technical level,… Continue Reading How Matthew Braga finds scoops on the tech beat

Owning up to mistakes is a way to build trust with readers
4 years ago

Owning up to mistakes is a way to build trust with readers

By Kirk LaPointe

If the academic literature suggests one-half of all stories contain a factual error, then it is clear that corrections should be in routine order.

But when and… Continue Reading Owning up to mistakes is a way to build trust with readers