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The Power of Perception: The impact of journalism on the well-being of Black communities

The Power of Perception: The impact of journalism on the well-being of Black communities

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The UBC School of Journalism, Writing, and Media (JWAM) is pleased to invite you to: The Power of Perception: The impact of journalism on the well-being of Black communities with award-winning journalist, Eternity Martis.
Globe and Mail launches diversity report
3 days ago

Globe and Mail launches diversity report

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Document will serve as ‘annual reckoning,’ writes publisher
Mainstream media blew Trump coverage — and now risks doing the same with the PPC
1 month ago

Mainstream media blew Trump coverage — and now risks doing the same with the PPC

If this sort of sympathetic coverage of Maxime Bernier and his PPC seems familiar, that’s because it should
Recent Changes In China, The Uyghurs And Regional Implications – Discussion With Foreign Correspondent Nathan VanderKlippe

Recent Changes In China, The Uyghurs And Regional Implications – Discussion With Foreign Correspondent Nathan VanderKlippe

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Join The Globe and Mail’s Asia Correspondent, Nathan VanderKlippe as he reflects on reporting from Asia over the years.
COVID-19 Media Impact Map for Canada: Globe and Mail
12 months ago

COVID-19 Media Impact Map for Canada: Globe and Mail

This post is part of the COVID-19 Media Impact Map for Canada, a joint initiative of J-Source, the Local News Research Project at Ryerson University and the Canadian Association of Journalists.
Inside the manhunt
1 year ago

Inside the manhunt

A reporter’s look into covering the cross-country manhunt for Bryer Schmegelsky and Kam McLeod
Digging for Data, Tom Cardoso, crime and justice reporter, Globe and Mail

Digging for Data, Tom Cardoso, crime and justice reporter, Globe and Mail

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Description All too often, data used in criminal justice research and reporting comes from one of a handful of sources: Statistics Canada, open data portals, or a polite request to a government body. Unfortunately, these datasets are always summarized and…
Shooting War: Covering 50 Years of Conflict

Shooting War: Covering 50 Years of Conflict

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Following on from the work of University of Toronto’s Professor Anthony Feinstein, The Globe and Mail presents Shooting War: Covering 50 Years of Conflict. For the first time in history, photographers covering a stretch of 50-plus years of human conflict,…
Trust, Truth and Trump

Trust, Truth and Trump

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Margaret Sullivan became The Washington Post’s media columnist in 2016 – the same year Donald Trump was elected president. Since then, she’s cast her critic’s eye across the journalism landscape: from the troubling “conjoined twins” relationship between Trump and Fox…
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