Founded in 1978 as the Centre for Investigative Journalism, the organization changed its name to the Canadian Association of Journalists CAJ in 1990. The CAJ is a professional organization with more than 1,200 member journalists spread across Canada. The CAJ's primary roles are public-interest advocacy work and professional development for its members.
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