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Candis Callison

The Walrus Leadership Forum: Strengthening Canadian Journalism

The Walrus Leadership Forum: Strengthening Canadian Journalism

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Advancing representation and creating a culture of equity, inclusion and belonging
The 2021 Spry Memorial Lecture

The 2021 Spry Memorial Lecture

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The 2021 Spry Memorial Lecture presents Changing the Spectrum: Race, media and building democracy in Canada.
Homies Chatting: Diversity in Media

Homies Chatting: Diversity in Media

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On our show this Friday, we are joined by Award-Winning journalist Brandi Morin and Associate Professor and Writer Candis Callison to talk about Diversity in Media and Indigenous Media in Canada.
Covering COVID: Pandemic reporting in Indigenous contexts

Covering COVID: Pandemic reporting in Indigenous contexts

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Journalists bear the responsibility of disseminating clear, fair and undistorted information. In the face of a global health pandemic, more than ever, we look toward the media as a source of accurate and up-to-date data and information that will keep…
Prime Ministers, media, and messaging: communicating about COVID-19

Prime Ministers, media, and messaging: communicating about COVID-19

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How can leaders have democratic conversations during health emergencies? Is media meeting the challenge of reporting on these emergencies, for all communities? And what works better for COVID-19 prevention messaging: 'don't get it' or 'don't spread it'?
Reckoning: Journalism’s Limits and Possibilities

Reckoning: Journalism’s Limits and Possibilities

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Join us for a book launch and reception featuring Reckoning: Journalism’s Limits and Possibilities (Oxford University Press, 2020), a new book by Candis Callison and Mary Lynn Young. How do journalists know what they know? Who gets to decide what…
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