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Media on the move: Jan. 29
2 years ago

Media on the move: Jan. 29

By  •  News, People
Here’s our regular update on the moves, hires and promotions in Canadian journalism. Want your job move, hire or promotion featured? Tweet it to us or use the hashtag #cdnmediamoves
Call for participants: New research project aims to understand the working lives of Toronto’s millennial freelancers
2 years ago

Call for participants: New research project aims to understand the working lives of Toronto’s millennial freelancers

By  •  Work, Research
Home/work: Understanding work-at-home freelancing in Toronto is a new research project led by Nancy Worth, assistant professor in geography and environmental management at the University of Waterloo
Journalism jobs: Jan. 22
2 years ago

Journalism jobs: Jan. 22

Want your job posting featured? Tweet it to us or use the hashtag #cdnmediamoves
The Institute for Investigative journalism is hiring
2 years ago

The Institute for Investigative journalism is hiring

Applications for the full-time investigative producer/editor position are due Jan. 30
J-Source releases Gender Diversity in Canadian Journalism Project report, a snapshot of gender equity issues in media
2 years ago

J-Source releases Gender Diversity in Canadian Journalism Project report, a snapshot of gender equity issues in media

By  •  News
As the decade came to a close, cisgender women, non-binary and transgender journalists continued to face unequal pay, barriers to career advancement and harassment in the workplace, according to the results of J-Source’s Gender Diversity in Canadian Journalism Project.
Apply for the 2019 CAJ awards
2 years ago

Apply for the 2019 CAJ awards

There’s still time left to submit your nominations for the Canadian Association of Journalists awards, which recognize excellence in Canadian reporting. To learn more about entry procedures, visit its website here. Winners will be announced at CAJ’s spring conference,…
J-Schools Canada/ÉcolesJ programs
3 years ago

J-Schools Canada/ÉcolesJ programs

By  •  J-Source
J-Schools Canada/ÉcolesJ, a financial supporter of J-Source, represents post-secondary journalism programs as the Canadian affiliate of the World Journalism Education Council. Membership in J-Schools Canada/ÉcolesJ is open to all post-secondary journalism programs in Canada. To learn more about educational opportunities at J-Schools Canada/ÉcolesJ universities and colleges, check out their program details below.
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