Bill C-58 is in its final stages. What happens to the public’s right-to-know if it passes?
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The top prize for online media went to Jon Milton, Erin Seatter and Ethan Cox for the Ricochet investigation Meet the Canadian soldiers behind a white supremacist military surplus store… Continue Reading Here are the winners of the 2018 CAJ awards
Join the Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) in Winnipeg from May 3rd to 5th at the Radisson Hotel for their national conference. CAJ19 will explore how community and journalism are… Continue Reading CAJ19: Canadian Association of Journalists National Conference
The Toronto Chapter of the Canadian Association of Journalists cordially invites you to attend the next edition of our now (in)famous Thirsty Thursdays.
This month’s event will be to honour… Continue Reading Thirsty Thursday: CAJ Awards edition
The Manitoba Legislative Press Gallery and the Canadian Association of Journalists invites CAJ members to an exclusive, off-the-record talk with Manitoba’s Advocate for Children and Youth, Daphne Penrose. Deputy advocates… Continue Reading CAJ Manitoba: Off-the-Record Conversation with Manitoba Advocate for Children and Youth
CAJ Halifax presents a special writing workshop with Jana Pruden. Pruden is a member of the Globe and Mail’s feature writing team and will be sharing her knowledge with local… Continue Reading Canadian Association of Journalists’ Feature Writing Workshop w/ Jana Pruden
Three early-career journalists will be selected to attend an all-expense-paid study tour of EU institutions
Read More Continue Reading Applications open for the 2019 EU-Canada Young Journalist Fellowship
To mark Right to Know Day, the Canadian Association of Journalists’ Ottawa chapter and iPolitics are hosting a Q & A with Information Commissioner Caroline Maynard to discuss the federal… Continue Reading FOI Friday: Q&A with Information Commissioner Caroline Maynard