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COVID-19

Black Press Media employees question keeping workers in offices as second wave hits B.C.
2 weeks ago

Black Press Media employees question keeping workers in offices as second wave hits B.C.

By  •  News, Labour
As COVID-19 cases hit record highs, workers at the paper chain say they’re concerned their employer isn’t allowing WFH option, per public health advice
Honey, the pandemic shrunk transparency
2 weeks ago

Honey, the pandemic shrunk transparency

It's time for the government to take off the mask that disguises and robs us of our public right to know. Trustworthy and revitalized government requires effective access and more public scrutiny
Rogers Media cancels local Breakfast Television shows in Calgary and Vancouver
2 weeks ago

Rogers Media cancels local Breakfast Television shows in Calgary and Vancouver

It's time for the government to take off the mask that disguises and robs us of our public right to know. Trustworthy and revitalized government requires effective access and more public scrutiny.
Media in Crisis: Can Journalism Survive – and Thrive – in this Year of Challenge?

Media in Crisis: Can Journalism Survive – and Thrive – in this Year of Challenge?

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Join S. Mitra Kalita, senior vice president for news, opinion and programming for CNN Digital, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, director of the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford, in conversation with host Anna Maria Tremonti, also host of the CBC podcast More.
Journalism in the Time of Crisis

Journalism in the Time of Crisis

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is an international symposium to be hosted online this Oct. 22-23 by the Journalism program at Carleton University’s School of Journalism and Communication. We will engage with a global network of experts to examine the nexus between journalism and the COVID-19 pandemic to find lessons for journalism practice and study in the future.
Reporting on the pandemic

Reporting on the pandemic

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The coronavirus pandemic has been the science story of the year. Science writers have grappled with reporting on a story that progressed rapidly and continues to wield a ton of uncertainty. With insight from experienced science journalists and those covering the pandemic, this session will offer science writers and the public an opportunity for mutual understanding, especially as frustration over - and dangers from - misinformation grow.
2020 is a year for the history books, but not without digital archives
2 months ago

2020 is a year for the history books, but not without digital archives

Canada lags behind some countries with preserving public digital records
Meet the high school journalists who kept publishing in a pandemic
3 months ago

Meet the high school journalists who kept publishing in a pandemic

Ontario students on making sure the campus presses kept rolling, bringing youth voices to community journalism and striking out on their own
Memo: Canadian Press president outlines temporary layoffs at PMNA
4 months ago

Memo: Canadian Press president outlines temporary layoffs at PMNA

By  •  Labour, Memos
The following memo was sent to staff on May 11, 2020 from Canadian Press president Malcolm Kirk
Digital journalism innovations on the pandemic beat
4 months ago

Digital journalism innovations on the pandemic beat

Explanatory reporting, drone journalism and VR help tell the story of the COVID-19 era