Here are the media in the move in July and August:
— Broadcast Dialogue (@BroadcastDialog) July 25, 2019
Soon, I’ll be moving to Washington, DC to serve as the Toronto Star’s US correspondent. I’m very excited to be an observer of this moment in that big and fascinating country.
— Edward Keenan (@thekeenanwire) July 25, 2019
What a month! Got married, definitely won Muffin Day even though @JoeCallaghan84 won't declare it, AND finally landed my dream job as a @TorontoStar reporter! So grateful for the support of my digital desk colleagues/managers, and all the lovely editors I'm blessed to work with.
— Sahar Fatima (@sahar_fatima) August 2, 2019
— Charmaine de Silva (@char_des) August 6, 2019
Some exciting news that I've probably waited too long to post: I've accepted a position as Supervisor, Online News with @ctvedmonton and will be moving there toward the end of the month!
It's been a great 4 years at @CTVNewsVI and I'll miss our dedicated snack table a LOT.
— Jeff Lawrence (@JeffatCHEK) August 6, 2019
In personal news: today is my last day at CityNews. I was given an amazing opportunity to hone my TV skills and produce some incredible stories over the past year. It’s a bittersweet transition, but I’m very excited about my next adventure. Look for me this fall on CTV Montreal! pic.twitter.com/69dovdZamR
— Emily Campbell (@E_K_Campbell) July 24, 2019
July 31: I accepted a permanent position at @CBCNB and found out my permanent residency application was approved… before 3 p.m.!! Big things are happening… this is the true Hot Girl Summer 🥳🥳🥳
— Hadeel Ibrahim (@HadeelBIbrahim) August 1, 2019
— Thomas Daigle (@thomasdaigle) July 31, 2019
A MASSIVE thank you to my j-school instructor @moorejourno , to my current boss @RhondaBrown5 , to mentors, friends and family for supporting me!
Ottawa in 8 days #journalism
— Dexter Nyuurnibe (@nyuurnibe) July 27, 2019
Some news: I'll be leaving the @WR_Record in September to cover Atlantic Canada for the @globeandmail. I'm excited to report from a region I grew up in, but will miss Ontario, and the good people of Waterloo Region. Thanks for allowing me to help tell your stories.
— Greg Mercer (@GregMercerGlobe) July 31, 2019
The Globe and Mail has named @jamescowan editor of its Report on Business Magazine.
— Sean Craig (@sdbcraig) July 31, 2019
— Sam Colbert (@SamColbert) July 31, 2019
Personal news: In light of @thediscourse's latest announcement (https://t.co/c6BNzns8It), I've transitioned into a consulting role with the company and am now looking for my next gig (hopefully one that's as fulfilling as my time at Discourse has been). I specialize in media…
— Anita Li (@neeeda) July 31, 2019
I missed you, Winnipeg. So much so, I’m not leaving this time! I'm one of the lucky new @WinnipegNews reporters. Please send tips on where to find the best honey dill in town firstname.lastname@example.org
— Maggie Macintosh (@macintoshmaggie) July 30, 2019
I will be freelancing for Friends of Canadian Broadcasting once a week. Something else I picked up. I hope to cover the issue of journalism in 2019. https://t.co/4gKTMdkjFv
— Michael de Adder (@deAdder) July 25, 2019
Excited to announce I am joining @mountroyal4u this September as a sessional instructor for the Journalism program, teaching first-year students the fundamentals!
— gwendolyn richards (@gwendolynmr) July 30, 2019
MY FINAL COLUMN: After 20 years of championing the consumer cause in the Toronto Star’s Business and Life sections, my columns in the newspaper have come to an end. I’ve had a great run, aided enormously by readers’ support and sharing of experiences. https://t.co/Pa6LWFGsYR
— Ellen Roseman (@ellenroseman) July 30, 2019
For the next part of my plan to embody Big Prairie Energy, I'm thrilled to be continuing with the @EdmontonJournal as a full-time reporter for the coming year. The stellar people in the newsroom are teaching me so much and I feel lucky to keep learning from our city. 🌾
— Moira Wyton (@moirawyton) July 26, 2019
— Lisa Dutton (@LDuttonGlobal) July 25, 2019
It's official! After a career in broadcast journalism that has spanned three provinces, it's time to start something new. Nine years ago, I became a journalist so I could help make this world a better place… pic.twitter.com/bUUuLixZWU
— Calvin To (@CalvinToLaw) July 24, 2019
— Simon Dingley@CBC (@SimonDingleyTV) July 25, 2019