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Canada ended my decade-long career in journalism
2 weeks ago

Canada ended my decade-long career in journalism

As newsrooms grapple with the homogeneity of their mastheads while continuing to privilege hires with strictly ‘Canadian experience,' qualified, talented expats are moving on
On Big Tech and publishers, Canada must follow Australia’s lead
2 weeks ago

On Big Tech and publishers, Canada must follow Australia’s lead

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Recent deals with Google and Facebook have united new media and old in demanding actions
Why I hope we can ring in the next generation of bharatanatyam dancers with a new era of arts journalism
1 month ago

Why I hope we can ring in the next generation of bharatanatyam dancers with a new era of arts journalism

Choosing journalism as my career path exposed me to systemic problems in media representation and helped me embrace my musical journey. Now, I want Indian classical dancers to stomp with pride
Six lessons from a year of supporting independent local news startups
1 month ago

Six lessons from a year of supporting independent local news startups

Indiegraf's co-founder and CEO on how the media network is making an impact in news deserts across North America
The silence of Radio Canada International
2 months ago

The silence of Radio Canada International

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The former head of CBC News laments the evisceration of CBC’s international service and Canada’s shrinking voice in the world
‘We’re taking the RCMP to court’
2 months ago

‘We’re taking the RCMP to court’

A coalition of press freedom groups and media outlets is filing a legal application seeking to ensure press access to protests on Vancouver Island
Skepticism, not objectivity, is what makes journalism matter
3 months ago

Skepticism, not objectivity, is what makes journalism matter

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In the unknown place just out of sight of home, journalists find new questions to ask and new stories to tell, stories that need telling whether or not they’re comfortable to hear
Journalism, vicarious trauma and the view from Portapique
3 months ago

Journalism, vicarious trauma and the view from Portapique

A year after covering a massacre, 13 months of a pandemic and managing the uncertainty around employment in the field has taken a toll, one I didn’t know I had signed up for as a local news reporter
Suspending freedom of information cannot be made permanent
4 months ago

Suspending freedom of information cannot be made permanent

Canadian authorities have been using the pandemic to further slow access requests since last March. But transparency and essential rights are not something you can put on hold
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