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What if we imagined a future where media workers were owners?
4 years ago

What if we imagined a future where media workers were owners?

Here’s how journalists can band together to start worker owned media outlets.
Newspaper closures in Guelph, Brampton leaving communities underserved
4 years ago

Newspaper closures in Guelph, Brampton leaving communities underserved

Experts investigating local news ecosystems research community characteristics that may predict news poverty
The Power of Place: When ‘Local’ is More than a Catchphrase
4 years ago

The Power of Place: When ‘Local’ is More than a Catchphrase

While big-city newsrooms discuss the future of local news, the voice of rural Canada wanes.
The role of artists in truth telling
4 years ago

The role of artists in truth telling

Art rooted in journalism has the potential to bring truth to new audiences in ways that legacy media does not generally examine.
Funny, peculiar
4 years ago

Funny, peculiar

By  •  News, Feature

Canadian satirical news gains momentum, even as journalism struggles.

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A new kind of religious magazine
5 years ago

A new kind of religious magazine

One man combines truth-telling, religion and activism into a feisty, delectable read.

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From print to paywall
5 years ago

From print to paywall

The success and struggles of subscription-based online journalism.

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