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Journalism organizations condemn criminal charges against two community journalists
4 years ago

Journalism organizations condemn criminal charges against two community journalists

By  •  News, Politics, Law
John and Brett Hueston, who work at the family-owned Aylmer Express, face charges of criminal obstruction of a peace officer.
Un recours collectif pour soutenir la programmation communautaire à Montréal
4 years ago

Un recours collectif pour soutenir la programmation communautaire à Montréal

Le groupe Télévision communautaire et indépendante de Montréal intente un recours collectif contre Vidéotron, qui selon lui a manqué à ses obligations en matière de radiodiffusion communautaire.
Community group launches class action to bring back community programming
4 years ago

Community group launches class action to bring back community programming

Independent Community TV Montreal has filed a class action suit against Videotron for failing to respect its community broadcasting requirements.
CRTC could replace OMNI with new multi-ethnic programming
4 years ago

CRTC could replace OMNI with new multi-ethnic programming

OMNI Regional will cease to exist if the CRTC chooses a new service.
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.
Bloggers and commenters fund a journalism fellowship on behalf of one of their own
4 years ago

Bloggers and commenters fund a journalism fellowship on behalf of one of their own

The Merv Adey Fellowship, to be hosted by The Tyee, honours the legacy of the founder of BCVeritas.com and frequent Tyee commenter.
La Presse to go not-for-profit, if Quebec repeals provision of act
4 years ago

La Presse to go not-for-profit, if Quebec repeals provision of act

Under the new structure, La Presse will use operational profits, any government assistance and donor funds to serve its goal of producing high-quality reporting.
Canada back in the top 20 of World Press Freedom Index — but concerns remain
4 years ago

Canada back in the top 20 of World Press Freedom Index — but concerns remain

Shield law, Quebec inquiry into police surveillance of journalists, lauded as reasons Canada gained points in the World Press Freedom Index.
Do Canadians want the right to be forgotten?
4 years ago

Do Canadians want the right to be forgotten?

By  •  News, Politics
New CJF poll finds Canadians split on whether stories harmful to a person’s reputation should be removed from search engines.
Journalism schools can fill the local news gap
4 years ago

Journalism schools can fill the local news gap

If you’re looking for organizations to support local journalism, look no further than journalism schools.
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