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Ryerson Review of Journalism

What I learned about disability journalism when I became the story
2 years ago

What I learned about disability journalism when I became the story

The RRJ’s Julia Simioni examines how inspiration porn still manages to dominate the beat in Canada
Missing voices
2 years ago

Missing voices

Highly skilled reporters from across the world exiled in Canada rarely find employment in the country’s newsrooms. The RRJ’s Neha Chollangi on the rich journalistic experience that media organizations lose when they don’t carve out space for newcomers’ expertise
In times of protest and pandemic, queer journalism is vital
2 years ago

In times of protest and pandemic, queer journalism is vital

The RRJ’s Sean Young reports on new editorial directions at Xtra, while the publication reacts to a pandemic and police brutality protests in ways only queer community journalism can
What does the past, present and future look like in unprecedented times?
2 years ago

What does the past, present and future look like in unprecedented times?

The RRJ’s 2020 editor on what a print magazine on the state of journalism conceived pre-COVID can still tell us about how to move forward
Can women’s media ever be “authentically” feminist?
3 years ago

Can women’s media ever be “authentically” feminist?

The RRJ's Katherine Singh explores the state of commerce and the limits of feminism in women's magazines
Hope in the local news landscape
3 years ago

Hope in the local news landscape

2019 issue of the RRJ takes a look at how small communities across Canada are fighting to keep local reporting alive
Reporting on the elusive Toronto Sun editor
3 years ago

Reporting on the elusive Toronto Sun editor

The RRJ’s Sarah Krichel goes behind the scenes into her deep dive on Adrienne Batra’s career and navigating how to hold her and her paper accountable — with and without her help
Ryerson Review of Journalism takes on Ford and Trump
3 years ago

Ryerson Review of Journalism takes on Ford and Trump

The 2019 editor goes inside the 35-year-old student magazine’s ominous cover package
Reflecting on who journalists call terrorists and why
4 years ago

Reflecting on who journalists call terrorists and why

“Making a Terrorist” examines how Canadian media reports on terrorism.
Watching the watchdog
4 years ago

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.