Find all of our live blogs from the annual student journalism conference in Toronto.

From Jan. 6 to Jan. 10, student journalists from across Canada gathered in Toronto to learn about the future of journalism from reporters, editors, digital gurus and more.

Here are all the panels and keynote speeches J-Source covered at NASH, for those of you who weren’t able to come in person.

#NASH78 Buzzfeed Canada Editor Craig Silverman on verification. Craig Silverman, editor of BuzzFeed Canada, one of the fastest-moving news sites in the country, shares best practices in ensuring you’ve got your facts straight.

#NASH78 “I’m actually writing a book right now….” Three journalists-turned book-writers—Carly Lewis, Josh O’Kane and Chris Jones—share trials, tribulations and success stories of book writing from conception to pitching to process.

#NASH78 Diversity in the newsroom. Journalism prides itself on representing the voices of the underserved—and yet, too often, newsrooms are white.

#NASH78 Let’s talk. The future of campus press. A roundtable discussion on the future of the industry, the future of our papers and the future of CUP.

#NASH78 Women’s safety panel. Women in journalism address recent and ongoing safety issues in the field, after a story is written and how this issue is covered in media through a panel-style discussion.

#NASH78 Keynote: Jesse Brown. Jesse Brown runs Canadaland, where he became known for uncovering scandals at the CBC, The Globe and Mail and in government.

#NASH78 Talia Schlanger interviews Lianne George. In 2015 Lianne George was named editor-in-chief of Chatelaine, where she had been the editorial director since 2014.

#NASH78 Adrienne Batra, Anne Marie Owens and John Cruickshank, John Stackhouse on the future of legacy media. Four experts of legacy media use their experience to discuss the future of the industry in a panel-style discussion.

H.G. Watson was J-Source's managing editor from 2015 to 2018. She is a journalist based in Toronto. You can learn more about her at