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Not enough perspectives on Iran are found in Canadian and American news media
4 years ago

Not enough perspectives on Iran are found in Canadian and American news media

News organizations and consumers would be wise to exercise some level of cognitive empathy when producing and processing news about Iran.
How do we hold news media accountable?
4 years ago

How do we hold news media accountable?

Coverage of the Toronto van tragedy demonstrates how ethical lapses erode public trust, writes Amira Elghawaby.
We shouldn’t allow online hate to silence diverse voices
4 years ago

We shouldn’t allow online hate to silence diverse voices

"As a black, female journalist, I hope that I will not only develop a thick skin, but have the necessary support and personal resiliency to tell difficult stories."
Online news trolls not as bad as we think
4 years ago

Online news trolls not as bad as we think

Many people are turned away by abusive language on online news sites but new research reveals that only 15 per cent of comments are “nasty.”
There are fewer journalists in Canada than 15 years ago — but not as few as you might think
4 years ago

There are fewer journalists in Canada than 15 years ago — but not as few as you might think

Statistics Canada data shows that between 2001 and 2016 the total number of journalists in the country declined by only 7 percent - and it looks like hiring is starting to inch upwards again.
What Canadian media (and government) can learn from Black Panther
4 years ago

What Canadian media (and government) can learn from Black Panther

As far too many newsrooms continue to struggle for their very survival, it’s a good time to place more emphasis on diversifying the stories they cover.
How Ottawa should spend its $50 million to support local news
4 years ago

How Ottawa should spend its $50 million to support local news

Who holds officials accountable when cities like Thunder Bay, Ont., rife with political and racial tensions, have no local reporters?
I am an unpaid HuffPost Canada blogger — and I wouldn’t have it any other way
4 years ago

I am an unpaid HuffPost Canada blogger — and I wouldn’t have it any other way

For Arthur Gallant, HuffPost Canada has provided a platform for his advocacy for mental health issues.
The myth of the echo chamber
4 years ago

The myth of the echo chamber

There are widespread fears that so-called echo chambers and filter bubbles are leading to political polarization that poses a danger to democracy. But are the fears unfounded?
Full coverage
4 years ago

Full coverage

One student’s reflection on the need for diverse voices in journalism.