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Nominations open for Code of Silence Awards
3 days ago

Nominations open for Code of Silence Awards

By  •  News, Awards
Outstanding Achievement in Government Secrecy prize open for submissions until Oct. 15
Front pages the day after a 2021 Canadian election
3 days ago

Front pages the day after a 2021 Canadian election

By  •  News, Politics
Liberal Party re-elected to form a minority government in hotly unanticipated mid-pandemic snap election
New bureau from The Narwhal will bring environmental investigative journalism to Ontario
1 week ago

New bureau from The Narwhal will bring environmental investigative journalism to Ontario

By  •  News
Reporting team Emma McIntosh and Fatima Syed to be led by bureau chief Denise Balkissoon
Mainstream media blew Trump coverage — and now risks doing the same with the PPC
1 week ago

Mainstream media blew Trump coverage — and now risks doing the same with the PPC

If this sort of sympathetic coverage of Maxime Bernier and his PPC seems familiar, that’s because it should
Inside the raid on Fairy Creek’s HQ: Violence, arrests and media exclusion
2 weeks ago

Inside the raid on Fairy Creek’s HQ: Violence, arrests and media exclusion

Clay Nikiforuk and Aleisha Langmann were in the Fairy Creek area from Aug. 7 to 14, on assignment for Ricochet. In addition to covering the RCMP’s offensive against the HQ camp, we wanted to find out if media access had improved in the wake of a court ruling that found police conduct towards journalists was unlawful
Apply for the Jack Webster Foundation student journalism awards
3 weeks ago

Apply for the Jack Webster Foundation student journalism awards

The Jack Webster Foundation is accepting submissions for five student journalism awards and three Indigenous student journalism awards of $2,000 each. Full-time journalism students enrolled in any year of study at the British Columbia Institute of Technology, Langara College, Kwantlen…
Online news in Canada continues to miss the why when reporting extreme weather
3 weeks ago

Online news in Canada continues to miss the why when reporting extreme weather

When audiences read about record-breaking weather in Canada, the stories they found in summer 2021 probably didn’t mention climate change
B.C. students draft legislation to protect high school press freedom
3 weeks ago

B.C. students draft legislation to protect high school press freedom

By  •  News, Law, Education
After multiple censorship attempts, school paper members launch Student Press Freedom Act campaign to ensure constitutional rights to free expression upheld
A new wave of Islamophobia is coming — and some journalists covering Afghanistan are enabling it
1 month ago

A new wave of Islamophobia is coming — and some journalists covering Afghanistan are enabling it

In the wake of U.S. withdrawal, media continue repeating the mistakes used to justify a 20-year-old invasion
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