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Here’s what the National NewsMedia Council decided in June
2 months ago

Here’s what the National NewsMedia Council decided in June

By  •  News, Ethics
The ethics board issued decisions in June on four complaints, all of which were dismissed or found to have been appropriately addressed. They included dismissal of complaints that a Toronto Star column showed “bias against white people,” the accuracy of a term used in a Toronto Sun opinion column and two against two respective newspapers in Kamloops, B.C.
There’s still something missing in debates around covering mass violence in Canada
2 months ago

There’s still something missing in debates around covering mass violence in Canada

By  •  Ethics
Journalists agree that they have to avoid glorifying perpetrators in news reporting. But gaps in best practices continue to appear in coverage
What does the past, present and future look like in unprecedented times?
2 months ago

What does the past, present and future look like in unprecedented times?

The RRJ’s 2020 editor on what a print magazine on the state of journalism conceived pre-COVID can still tell us about how to move forward
Riot or resistance? How media frames unrest in Minneapolis will shape public’s view of protest
4 months ago

Riot or resistance? How media frames unrest in Minneapolis will shape public’s view of protest

Narratives about the Women’s March and anti-Trump protests gave voice to protesters and significantly explored their grievances. Protests about anti-Black racism and Indigenous people’s rights received the least legitimizing coverage, with them more often seen as threatening and violent
Inside a northern collaboration
4 months ago

Inside a northern collaboration

The crew behind a collaboration by Up Here and APTN prove that the connections that make reporting run deep can only be made on the ground
Inside the manhunt
4 months ago

Inside the manhunt

A reporter’s look into covering the cross-country manhunt for Bryer Schmegelsky and Kam McLeod
How Instagram court ruling hurts photographers and content creators
4 months ago

How Instagram court ruling hurts photographers and content creators

Many are now setting their viewing mode to 'private’ to control where their work is being published
Challenging our conventions around naming mass shooters
5 months ago

Challenging our conventions around naming mass shooters

Countries around the world value the public’s right to know. But that principle can look very different place to place
COVID-19 and the end-of-semester pivot: 5 tips to help you change on the fly
6 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
What does it take to run a sustainable news startup?
6 months ago

What does it take to run a sustainable news startup?

Canada has seen a sharp increase in the number of media startups in the last few years. Here’s how four have managed to sustain themselves