National collaboration of news organizations and journalism schools undertakes “wartime effort” to map novel coronavirus data in the public interest
Read More Continue Reading Data collective ‘Project Pandemic’ launches to help local newsrooms explore COVID-19’s impact across Canada
All too often, data used in criminal justice research and reporting comes from one of a handful of sources: Statistics Canada, open data portals, or a polite request to… Continue Reading Digging for Data, Tom Cardoso, crime and justice reporter, Globe and Mail
$10,000 will be awarded to a freelance journalist or team to undertake data journalism project on Indigenous land rights
Read More Continue Reading Humber’s storyLAB and Pulitzer Center partner on data journalism grant
Are you coming to the Data Driven Conference happening at Google on Friday, November 16? The Toronto Chapters of the Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) and the Online News Association… Continue Reading Thirsty Thursdays 2.0: Your Pre-‘Data Driven’ Destination
Statistics Canada data shows that between 2001 and 2016 the total number of journalists in the country declined by only 7 percent – and it looks like hiring is starting to inch upwards again.
Read More Continue Reading There are fewer journalists in Canada than 15 years ago — but not as few as you might think