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Misinfo 101 – Iqaluit

Nunavut Arctic College - Nunatta Campus 502 Niaqunngusiariaq, Iqaluit, NU, Canada

The Canadian Association of Journalists' misinformation training program provides training for post-secondary students in every province and territory on disinformation and misinformation and a gold-standard research guide all Canadians will be able to use to improve their digital literacy.

Live In Toronto: Mastering the Art and Craft of Feature Writing

Massey College, University of Toronto 4 Devonshire Place, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Acclaimed journalist Richard Warnica hosts PanU’s first in-person event, a weekend feature-writing bootcamp at the University of Toronto’s Massey College — plus an opportunity for a one-on-one manuscript review with the Toronto Star's feature writer


Online Harassment Targeting Women Journalists

Rogers Communication Centre 80 Gould Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

In the digital age of conspiracy theories, media distrust, and media disinformation, women journalists are bearing the brunt of online hate

The Chilling Tide of Abuse Faced by Women Journalists

Online 12 Constance Street, London, London, United Kingdom

Online harm and harassment is one of the most significant safety issues facing women journalists today, and is on the rise globally, according to a 2021 report by the International Center for Journalists. Digital attacks aimed predominantly at women and racialized journalists are intended to belittle, discredit, humiliate and, ultimately, undermine trust in facts and jeopardize press freedom. 

Journalists and online hate: What to do when the battlefield is everywhere

Richcraft Hall 9376 University Dr., Ottawa, ON, Canada

Join us on the evening of Thursday, Dec. 1, at Carleton University for a major public event grappling with the upsurge in targeted online abuse facing journalists, especially women journalists of colour. Register here for Inperson attendance

Canadian National Freelancing Summit

Toronto Metropolitan University 350 Victoria St, Toronto, ON, Canada

For freelancers, work in the media and communications sectors can be brutal. Our work conditions, pay and leverage get worse every year, and we struggle to have our voices heard by publishers and owners alike.


Book Launch – Decolonizing Journalism Classrooms by Duncan McCue

Massey College, University of Toronto 4 Devonshire Place, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

On Monday, February 6 from 5:00-6:00pm you are invited to a discussion with Journalism Fellow Alum Duncan McCue on his recent book Decolonizing Journalism: A Guide to Reporting in Indigenous Communities. He will be in conversation with Rhiannon Johnson (CBC) and Karyn Pugliese (National Observer) on Decolonizing Journalism Classrooms.