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  • This is a picture of the Bethlehem side of the wall that separates the West Bank from Israel. On the wall is a painting of slain journalist, Shireen Abu Akleh, a Palestinian-American journalist who was killed by Israeli soldiers while wearing a blue press jacket and reporting on a raid at a refugee camp in Jenin. In the picture Shireen is seen wearing her blue, press jacket. He brown-blonde hair is straight and shoulder-length. Behind her is a graffiti text that says, Live News Still Alive.

    Canadian newsrooms are stifling Palestinian perspectives

    While individual journalists are speaking out about a culture of suppression affecting coverage of the crisis in Israel and Gaza, journalism organizations are mostly silent
  • Marc and Craig Kielburger appear at a House finance committee hearing on July 28, 2020

    The unravelling of WE’s PR machine

    The Kielburgers’ voluntourism juggernaut has been a cultural and media darling for years. Now, an avalanche of mainstream attention to scandals about its practices and political relationships is amplifying a history of obstructing independent journalists’ investigations into the charity
  • Canadaland staff officially unionized

    Staff at independent podcast network and news organization Canadaland are now officially unionized after the Canada Industrial Relations Board approved an application for union certification.
  • Canadaland staff file to unionize

    Staff at Canadaland, an independent podcast network and news organization, have officially filed for union certification.
  • ‘Thunder Bay’ podcast to be adapted for TV

    By Adina Bresge A true-crime podcast probing the deaths and disappearances of Indigenous youth in Thunder Bay, Ont. is set to be adapted for the small screen. Northwood Entertainment and the producers of Canadaland’s “Thunder Bay” are teaming up to…
  • Watching the watchdog

    Here’s why Amy van den Berg decided to take a close look at Canadaland in the new Ryerson Review of Journalism.
  • A study in news poverty in Thunder Bay

    When a massive corruption scandal erupted in Thunder Bay, where were the newspaper reporters?
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    #NASH78 Keynote: Jesse Brown

    Jesse Brown runs Canadaland where he became known for uncovering scandals at the CBC, The Globe and Mail, and in government.…