Talking with non-officials and non-experts about their experiences is one of the best parts of being a reporter. Yes, it can be tough. But here are six reasons to keep reaching out to them.
Horgan, a former Parliament Hill reporter for iPolitics.ca, has joined the federal Liberals as a speechwriter.
Networking is a big part of job hunting, but how do you get started? Canadian Association of Journalists membership chair Ellin Bessner shares her tips.
Transcontinental is shutting down 20 weekly newspapers in Quebec and laying off 80 employees.
As journalism students head back to the school, here’s a look at some of the new people who have joined faculties across the country.
Loaded language is fair game in an interview when both sides are presented, writes CBC ombudsman Esther Enkin.
Members of Toronto Star's photo department share the one thing from their photo kit they can't do without.
If the news business is dying, how can you justify educating students for a profession that won’t hire them? Education Editor Charles Hays explains how Thompson Rivers University’s unique partnership with local media in Kamloops, B.C. is readying students for the industry.
Hays takes over the education section from departing editor Melanie Coulson.
Picard, a specialist in media economics, will start in the newly created role in January and will be based in Boston.