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On John Honderich
6 months ago

On John Honderich

The storied newspaper giant and J-Source supporter died Saturday at 75
The Walrus announces the Justice Fund Writer in Residence
8 months ago

The Walrus announces the Justice Fund Writer in Residence

By  •  People
Justice Fund Toronto and The Walrus announce the appointment of Julia-Simone Rutgers as Writer in Residence
How students and recent alumni are creating their own journalism projects
1 year ago

How students and recent alumni are creating their own journalism projects

Working on side projects helps young journalists build valuable hands-on experiences in lieu of professional work, but side hustles can be draining
CABJ and CJOC on calls to action, one year later
2 years ago

CABJ and CJOC on calls to action, one year later

Nadia Stewart and Anita Li discuss the path to anti-racism in Canadian journalism, what's changed and what the future holds
How journalist Angela Sterritt cares for her spirit while exposing ugly truths
2 years ago

How journalist Angela Sterritt cares for her spirit while exposing ugly truths

How she cares for her spirit as she brings stories of hardship and healing to light
Meet the high school journalists who kept publishing in a pandemic
2 years ago

Meet the high school journalists who kept publishing in a pandemic

Ontario students on making sure the campus presses kept rolling, bringing youth voices to community journalism and striking out on their own
Memo: Shree Paradkar named ‘first internal ombud’ at the Toronto Star
2 years ago

Memo: Shree Paradkar named ‘first internal ombud’ at the Toronto Star

By  •  People, Memos, News
‘This role will provide a safe place for BIPOC journalists and all journalists to express editorial-related discrimination and bias concerns if they don’t feel comfortable bringing it to their manager directly.’
From CBC to NHK
2 years ago

From CBC to NHK

Can public broadcaster partnerships fill coverage gaps as international bureaus continue to disappear?
What’s happening to the street beat?
2 years ago

What’s happening to the street beat?

Adjusting to new COVID-19 realities around physical distancing and an increasingly cashless economy, street papers across Canada are adapting to continue publishing and keep vendors at work
Inside a northern collaboration
2 years ago

Inside a northern collaboration

The crew behind a collaboration by Up Here and APTN prove that the connections that make reporting run deep can only be made on the ground