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“How do you know that?” When journalists’ best questions seem too sensitive to ask

“How do you know that?” When journalists’ best questions seem too sensitive to ask

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Young reporters are trained and expected to ask questions that get at details, verify facts, and elicit stories.
From the frontlines: Journalists reflect on reporting from Wet’suwet’en Territory

From the frontlines: Journalists reflect on reporting from Wet’suwet’en Territory

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An interactive discussion with journalists who reported from the front lines of Wet'suwet'en territory. On Feb. 9, panellists from The Narwhal, The Tyee, Ricochet and more will reflect on what they’ve learned and the challenges they’ve faced.
Turtle Island News pushes through to meet print deadline in wake of targeted arson attack
3 years ago

Turtle Island News pushes through to meet print deadline in wake of targeted arson attack

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‘It represents the public opinion and the public voice. If we don’t get the paper out, then who’s going to hear it?’
CAJ Toronto Photo Day + Summer Social

CAJ Toronto Photo Day + Summer Social

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The Toronto Chapter of the CAJ is holding a **FREE** photoshoot for all members on Sat, July 20 from 2-4 PM at Massey College. Non-members can also participate and pay $5 for their headshots. After our shoot, we’ll retire to…
The best of the worst in government secrecy
3 years ago

The best of the worst in government secrecy

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2018 Code of Silence winners announced.
Thirsty Thursdays 2.0: Your Pre-‘Data Driven’ Destination

Thirsty Thursdays 2.0: Your Pre-‘Data Driven’ Destination

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Are you coming to the Data Driven Conference happening at Google on Friday, November 16? The Toronto Chapters of the Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) and the Online News Association (ONA) cordially invite you to a pre-conference social gathering. Come…

Code of Silence Award Nominations Deadline

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TORONTO / July 18, 2018 — The Canadian Association of Journalists, the Centre for Free Expression, News Media Canada and the Canadian Journalists for Free Expression are inviting nominations for the Code of Silence Award for outstanding achievement in government…
CAJ Ethics committee: Guidelines for naming sexual assault complainants
6 years ago

CAJ Ethics committee: Guidelines for naming sexual assault complainants

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By Lisa Taylor To say the Ghomeshi trial incited a conversation about sexual assault complainants’ treatment in the media would be an understatement. The case has ignited debate about the trial process, an individual’s decision to report an alleged assault…
Submissions open for the 2015 CAJ awards
6 years ago

Submissions open for the 2015 CAJ awards

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Entries must have been published in a Canadian-based outlet, in French or English, in 2015.
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