The National Post appointed its next editor-in-chief.
— J-Source (@jsource) July 10, 2019
Political cartoonist Michael de Adder made headlines internationally after he was dropped from Irving-owned Brunswick News Inc. newspapers in the wake of posting a now-viral image of U.S. President Donald Trump golfing over a father and daughter who were found dead in the Rio Grande near Brownsville, Texas. The Toronto Star will now be running his work in their opinion pages.
Canadian cartoonist Michael de Adder loses job after illustration of Trump went viral – CNN https://t.co/dVzVaL7srA
— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) July 1, 2019
Here's my story on this new development https://t.co/GRgFAZ6D3z
— Alexander Quon (@AlexanderQuon) July 3, 2019
A string of departures from the Globe and Mail is continuing throughout the summer.
— J-Source (@jsource) June 24, 2019
Personal note: This will be my last month at the Globe. After 10 yrs I've decided to take the buyout. I'm calling it my journalism sabbatical. It's been a privilege and an experience like no other. 1/x
— jasonachiu (he/him) (@jasonachiu) July 8, 2019
After 21 years of ruining the Saturday mornings of Canadians, yesterday was my last day @globeandmail. I got to go amazing places and tell fascinating stories and I had brilliant colleagues. I’m grateful for many things but especially the people who trusted me with their stories. pic.twitter.com/30NQuYTWYA
— Stephanie Nolen (@snolen) July 5, 2019
Personal note: I am taking a voluntary buyout from @globeandmail effective Aug. 30. It’s been a fun ride — 30 years, 3 cities (Montreal, Ottawa, Washington) and 5,767 bylines. I'll still be writing about economic policy #cdnecon #cdnpolihttps://t.co/wBCE1JUUal
— barrie mckenna (@barriemckenna) June 25, 2019
Announcement! Today is my last day the Globe and Mail.
— Jessica Leeder (@jessleeder) June 28, 2019
It is with a mix of joy and sadness that I tell you my friend and Montreal bureau partner Ingrid Peritz (@iperitz) is leaving daily fulltime newspaper employment to find a better work-travel-bicycle-ski-life balance.
I am delighted for her but also selfishly glum.
— Les Perreaux (@perreaux) June 28, 2019
This is Gloria Galloway’s last day. She has written so many stories so well, with so much passion. There are plenty of Galloway bylines to come. But I will miss you girl like you don’t know. pic.twitter.com/66qYxc2J2R
— John Ibbitson (@JohnIbbitson) June 28, 2019
Here are the rest of the media on the move in June and July:
Some big news to share from here. We're very happy to announce the new host of Ideas is veteran journalist, @NahlahAyed.
She takes over from Paul Kennedy at the beginning of September.https://t.co/MWwkCT1Oph
— CBC Radio's Ideas (@cbcideas) June 24, 2019
I’m leaving @VICE after 4+ years. I took a voluntary layoff & I’m excited for the future!
Looking back, I’m filled with gratitude. Vice moved me from Halifax to Toronto, my editors trusted me with challenging stories, and I made countless close friends. pic.twitter.com/rYroEVZsr2
— Hilary Beaumont (@HilaryBeaumont) June 25, 2019
— shauna rempel (@ShaunaRempel) June 21, 2019
Some personal news to share: I’m no longer at Sportsnet. pic.twitter.com/JCZTxHpOZp
— John Molinaro (@JohnMolinaro) June 27, 2019
A personal update. After 8 years with @CTVNewsVI and @CFAX1070 I'm making a change. Today I begin my first day of employment with @CHEK_News. Extremely grateful for my time at 1420 Broad and for the chance to join the great team at CHEK. A new chapter. Can't wait to get started.
— Joe Perkins (@JoePerkinsCHEK) July 10, 2019
#UBC #Journalism is pleased to announce that Iranian journalist and media scholar Saranaz Barforoush (@Saraanaz) has been appointed as a tenure-track instructor. She started this week, after being a lecturer at the school for the past two years. https://t.co/5wLoJt5X5c #cdnmedia pic.twitter.com/Ra4TDrExua
— UBC Journalism (@UBCJournalism) July 3, 2019
Introducing the new faces of our newsroom https://t.co/fYSwwTwvDc
— Winnipeg Free Press (@WinnipegNews) July 4, 2019
— Maham Abedi (@mahamabedi) July 3, 2019
It’s my last week with @NatObserver and it’s bittersweet. Time for another chapter. I’m inspired, empowered & humbled by all the ppl & places I’ve met whose stories I’ve had the honour to hear, witness & share, and grateful to the talented NO team for sharpening & teaching me. pic.twitter.com/y0KAOts6ol
— Emilee Gilpin (@emileegilpin) July 10, 2019
Okay…I am leaving Prime Time Sports and Rogers. But nobody can shut me up when I still have things to say. Stay tuned. “I’ll be back!”
— Bob McCown (@FadooBobcat) June 20, 2019
— Matthew Pearson (@mpearson78) June 24, 2019
A warm welcome to Christine Crowther: the Journalism program's latest term appointment! | School of Journalism and Communication https://t.co/CI9BqQl6vG
— Carleton J-School (@JSchool_CU) July 2, 2019
hi! I’ve been promoted to ✨Senior Social Editor✨ at @vicecanada 1 2 3 now we’re playing with the big boys
— Jill_Krajewski on IG (@JillKrajewski) June 20, 2019
Hi! I have some ~personal news~. After almost two years, today is my last day @FLAREfashion. I'm so, so proud of the work I've done here.
— Stacy Lee Kong (@stacyleekong) July 10, 2019
Today is my last full day @FLAREfashion 💔 I'm so unbelievably grateful for this opportunity, our small but mighty team and the many people I've met over the last 1.5 years. We've challenged ourselves, and women's media as a whole, in ways I don't think any of us thought possible
— Ebony-Renee (@ebonyreneebaker) June 27, 2019
I’ve been named one of this year’s @icfj Arthur F. Burns Fellows, and will be spending August and September in Berlin, hosted by @handelsblatt, where I’ll be reporting for both papers on Germany’s relationship with Big Tech.
— josh o'kane (@joshokane) June 27, 2019
This may not be the NBA free agency news a lot of you are looking for, especially with Kawhi’s decision looming. But I am happy to say I’ll be starting as a multimedia journalist @CTVKitchener next week.
— Spencer Turcotte (@SpencerCTV) July 2, 2019
Sorry Europe, you can't get rid of me that easily.
Thrilled to be one of this year's EU-Canada Young Journalist Fellows, and excited to do some reporting on the links between the Canadian and European far-right in the fall @EUinCanada @caj https://t.co/0vvqfG1YeK
— Zak Vescera (@zakvescera) June 28, 2019
Some personal news as you all say these days: I am excited to be joining the casual family @CBCOttawa. If you know me, you know what this means to me.
— Haneen Al-Hassoun (@haneenalhassoun) June 21, 2019
Happy to announce I've started full-time at the @nationalpost as a web producer! The next step in my journey to become extremely online
— Jacob Dubé (@Ewiththeaccent) July 5, 2019
Today is my last day reporting in Yellowknife, at least for now. I'm heading off to report — still for CBC North — in Whitehorse next month. Reporting here has been challenging in ways I didn't expect. It has also been more rewarding than I imagined. pic.twitter.com/iC4rNVFhWZ
— Steve Silva (@SteveCSilva) June 28, 2019
*~some personal news ~*
In the fall, @RFRadioPrairie
will move to a 1 hour time slot on CKUW. I'm super excited!
Patreon & union sponsorship makes this happen. If you are part of a union that would like to support this project, please get in touch!https://t.co/2abinGPQBK
— Emily Leedham (@Emily_Leedham_) June 27, 2019
Hi everyone! A bit of personal news from me: Today will be my last day producing at the Network News Desk @GlobalNational. As of next week, I'll be working as a National Online Reporter covering breaking news for our website @globalnews!! 👨🎓🤟
— David Lao (@dvdlao) June 21, 2019
Today was my last day at @TheTyee & it’s cRaZy how fast the 6 weeks flew by. I’m so grateful I had the opportunity to work/sit/breathe the same air with the team. Thanks for appreciating(?) my eccentric personality in the office! 😋 pic.twitter.com/TEp9Ab6zwG
— Carol Eugene Park (she/her) (@caroleugenepark) June 29, 2019
Some personal news…
Starting in July, I’ll be the new Senior Online Journalist covering viral/trends at @globalnews 😎
Thanks to the awesome Features crew and BN team for my last year on the international beat.
Can’t wait to dive in next week!
— Josh K. Elliott (@joshkelliott) June 25, 2019
Some personal news. For those who don't know this is my last week at Radio NL. We have decided to say yes to an opportunity that presented itself and my wife is now working as a city planner in Denmark. I will do Friday's special two hour Inside #bcpoli sign off and head out. 1/
— Shane Woodford (@WoodfordinDK) June 24, 2019