The RRJ’s Katherine Singh explores the state of commerce and the limits of feminism in women’s magazines
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The RRJ’s Sarah Krichel goes behind the scenes into her deep dive on Adrienne Batra’s career and navigating how to hold her and her paper accountable — with and without her help
Read More Continue Reading Reporting on the elusive Toronto Sun editor
The 2019 editor goes inside the 35-year-old student magazine’s ominous cover package
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Come celebrate the 35th year of the RRJ at our 2019 Magazine Launch Party!
Our masthead is proud to bring you an issue that dives deep into the current Canadian media climate,… Continue Reading RRJ 35th Anniversary Magazine Launch Party!
Following the success of our last, sold out RRJ Unpublished event, “Is Journalism Failing Women?”, we’re excited to present:
“Journalism: All Shook Up! Inspired insights from an industry in crisis.”
“Making a Terrorist” examines how Canadian media reports on terrorism.
Read More Continue Reading Reflecting on who journalists call terrorists and why
Reporting on sexual misconduct can be as difficult as navigating a minefield. How do you maintain transparency? Is it your job to report on the accusation without bias or to… Continue Reading #MediaToo: The #MeToo movement has hit Canada. What’s next?