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Canadian Association of Journalists

Half of Canadian newsrooms entirely white, says first CAJ survey of race in  media
8 months ago

Half of Canadian newsrooms entirely white, says first CAJ survey of race in media

By  •  News, Labour
Data submitted by 209 newsrooms shows racialized journalists concentrated in part-time and internship roles
Nominations open for Code of Silence Awards
11 months ago

Nominations open for Code of Silence Awards

By  •  News, Awards
Outstanding Achievement in Government Secrecy prize open for submissions until Oct. 15
Protests and Pandemics: Transparency and the Policing of Press Freedom

Protests and Pandemics: Transparency and the Policing of Press Freedom

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Canadian Association of Journalists president Brent Jolly will talk about how press freedom in Canada is being challenged.
Apply for the CAJ Summer 2021 Mentorship Program
1 year ago

Apply for the CAJ Summer 2021 Mentorship Program

Mentees will be paired with one of 30 established journalists
N.W.T. is the only place in Canada where journalists have priority access to COVID-19 vaccines
1 year ago

N.W.T. is the only place in Canada where journalists have priority access to COVID-19 vaccines

By  •  News
As vulnerable communities and the majority of the population in Canada remain underserved by the vaccine rollout, there’s been little discussion about priority designation for essential media workers
Survey of race in Canadian newsrooms open for submissions into 2021
2 years ago

Survey of race in Canadian newsrooms open for submissions into 2021

CAJ invites newsroom leaders to provide quantitative data on full-time staff
Pathways to prosperity: A CAJ mentorship event

Pathways to prosperity: A CAJ mentorship event

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An evening for journalists to ask questions and learn from four of this year's CAJ mentors.
Bill 156 threatens to leave animal cruelty and agriculture watchdogs in the dark, say advocates
2 years ago

Bill 156 threatens to leave animal cruelty and agriculture watchdogs in the dark, say advocates

Journalism and animal rights groups say ‘ag gag’ bill will silence whistleblowers and expose reporters to legal threats for uncovering misconduct