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We cannot continue to ignore the Toronto Sun’s toxic output
4 years ago

We cannot continue to ignore the Toronto Sun’s toxic output

The Toronto Sun has a history of columnists writing xenophobic pieces — but they are met with a shrug by the rest of Canadian media.
When journalists report social media as public opinion
4 years ago

When journalists report social media as public opinion

Journalists should be careful when using social media posts to report what the public thinks, and should tell readers how the data was collected.
Government enmity toward journalists a global phenomenon
4 years ago

Government enmity toward journalists a global phenomenon

The detention of two Reuters reporters in Myanmar should concern every reporter in Canada.
How the media undermine women political leaders
4 years ago

How the media undermine women political leaders

The media routinely questions the legitimacy of women leaders with metaphors, stereotypes and assumptions. It also has the power to decry the sexism.
The S-word
4 years ago

The S-word

Stop pushing student journalists to the side.
What Canada’s major media are forgetting when they report on oil
4 years ago

What Canada’s major media are forgetting when they report on oil

Uncritical coverage of industry projections means climate change is left out of the picture.
Can reporting on vulnerable people do more harm than good?
4 years ago

Can reporting on vulnerable people do more harm than good?

Journalists need more than good intentions when venturing into Vancouver's Downtown Eastside to tell its stories.
Public broadcasting, private boardrooms
4 years ago

Public broadcasting, private boardrooms

Inside the push to put workers on CBC’s board of directors.
The future of local news is one bound with our own
4 years ago

The future of local news is one bound with our own

By illuminating both the values and challenges besetting local journalism, we can reimagine a new day for local news.
Facebook won’t resurrect Canadian media
4 years ago

Facebook won’t resurrect Canadian media

Canada remains a Wild West digital frontier where American behemoths reap billions.