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Political cartoonists are out of touch – it’s time to make way for memes
4 years ago

Political cartoonists are out of touch – it’s time to make way for memes

The New York Times came under fire after a political cartoon appeared in print on April 25, 2019.
The missing fact-checker: Merchants of Truth’s Achilles heel
4 years ago

The missing fact-checker: Merchants of Truth’s Achilles heel

Why the controversy surrounding Jill Abramson’s newly released book puts the spotlight squarely on the valuable research department
Journalism, justice and #MeToo
4 years ago

Journalism, justice and #MeToo

New York Times journalist Katie Benner discusses the challenges of reporting on sexual assault allegations.
New York Times Canadian photo archive a rich resource for journalism researchers
5 years ago

New York Times Canadian photo archive a rich resource for journalism researchers

By  •  Learn, Research
Collection of photos dating from about 1910 until 1990 includes images of major Canadian political events and conflicts
Live Blog: Covering Canada
5 years ago

Live Blog: Covering Canada

Renewed international interest in all things Canadian means even we’re looking at our country from a different perspective.
The New York Times’ campaign to conquer Canada
5 years ago

The New York Times’ campaign to conquer Canada

Partly, it’s envy. But it’s also part of a plan to become the world’s newspaper of record.
Here’s what the New York Times has learned covering Canada so far
5 years ago

Here’s what the New York Times has learned covering Canada so far

By  •  News
By H.G. Watson, Managing Editor Outside an auditorium in the Rotman School of Management on University of Toronto’s campus, a group of young people shriek every time someone climbs up a nearby staircase or pops out of the adjacent elevator…
Coming to a Canada near you: BBC, NYTimes & more…
6 years ago

Coming to a Canada near you: BBC, NYTimes & more…

By Phillip Smith It’s a question that many people working in Canada’s media ecosystem must be asking this month: Are foreign publishers simply naive? How can they see an opportunity in a country where the entire news sector appears to