Pushing past the empty rhetoric: The Canadian Mountain Podcast and its approach to land acknowledgments
What bridging knowledge systems and open collaboration taught us about bringing place-based meaning to digital and broadcast media production Continue Reading Pushing past the empty rhetoric: The Canadian Mountain Podcast and its approach to land acknowledgments
So far, focused, sustained attention on diversity in sourcing leads to results. Continue Reading How tracking can improve gender representation in sourcing from j-school to the newsroom
Ontario students on making sure the campus presses kept rolling, bringing youth voices to community journalism and striking out on their own Continue Reading Meet the high school journalists who kept publishing in a pandemic
Highly skilled reporters from across the world exiled in Canada rarely find employment in the country’s newsrooms. The RRJ’s Neha Chollangi on the rich journalistic experience that media organizations lose when they don’t carve out space for newcomers’ expertise Continue Reading Missing voices
The Varsity is Canada’s only university newspaper with a public editor Continue Reading The only campus watchdog
The RRJ’s Sean Young reports on new editorial directions at Xtra, while the publication reacts to a pandemic and police brutality protests in ways only queer community journalism can Continue Reading In times of protest and pandemic, queer journalism is vital
The RRJ’s 2020 editor on what a print magazine on the state of journalism conceived pre-COVID can still tell us about how to move forward Continue Reading What does the past, present and future look like in unprecedented times?
University publications across the country use unique techniques and perspectives to grapple with the multi-layered challenges student reporters face in wake of COVID-19 Continue Reading Campus papers remain determined to serve their audiences
The RRJ’s Katherine Singh explores the state of commerce and the limits of feminism in women’s magazines Continue Reading Can women’s media ever be “authentically” feminist?
2019 issue of the RRJ takes a look at how small communities across Canada are fighting to keep local reporting alive Continue Reading Hope in the local news landscape
The RRJ’s Sarah Krichel goes behind the scenes into her deep dive on Adrienne Batra’s career and navigating how to hold her and her paper accountable — with and without her help Continue Reading Reporting on the elusive Toronto Sun editor