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One year on the Downtown Eastside beat
4 months ago

One year on the Downtown Eastside beat

Jen St. Denis shares how reporting exclusively on one Vancouver neighbourhood has changed her approach to journalism
Three Things: What a Weird Idea the Tyee Seemed When It Started. And Other Reflections from Founder David Beers

Three Things: What a Weird Idea the Tyee Seemed When It Started. And Other Reflections from Founder David Beers

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Tune in Wednesday, July 22 at 1 p.m. PST for a chat with David Beers about the past, present and future of The Tyee through the lens of solutions journalism.
Three Things: How Has the Pandemic Taught Us to Cover Health Better?

Three Things: How Has the Pandemic Taught Us to Cover Health Better?

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Our next interview features our health reporter Moira Wyton, who will examine how the pandemic has taught us to cover health better. She will discuss health as more than just what happens in hospitals, racism and its impacts in our healthcare system and how changes to our system are possible, despite how political some aspects of health are.
Working as the newsroom’s ‘diversity hire’
3 years ago

Working as the newsroom’s ‘diversity hire’

Women of colour in journalism bring a lot to the job. And take a lot, too
Bloggers and commenters fund a journalism fellowship on behalf of one of their own
4 years ago

Bloggers and commenters fund a journalism fellowship on behalf of one of their own

The Merv Adey Fellowship, to be hosted by The Tyee, honours the legacy of the founder of BCVeritas.com and frequent Tyee commenter.
A life and death relationship ‘built entirely on trust’
5 years ago

A life and death relationship ‘built entirely on trust’

By David Beers for The Tyee By 2007, the violent chaos unleashed by the U.S. invasion of Iraq four years before had driven hundreds of thousands of Iraqis into Syria. Journalist Deborah Campbell sensed (all too accurately as we now…
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