What you read on J-Source in 2021

From human rights in the newsroom to media impacts of the pandemic and experiences with online harassment, here are some of J-Source's top stories of the year Continue Reading What you read on J-Source in 2021

Ahmar Khan on left. CBC exterior on right.

What the decision in a dispute between CBC and Ahmar Khan proves about how Canadian news organizations fail racialized journalists

Lack of support for workers subject to hate and harassment, stifling expression on human rights and exploiting precarity all front and centre in scathing arbitration report

A nurse is reflected in a window as she puts on personal protective equipment to treat a COVID-19 patient inside the intensive care unit of Humber River Hospital in Toronto on April 20, 2021.

‘People just need proof:’ How health-care media barriers and government obstruction shaped the story of the pandemic

Despite ‘hitting a bureaucratic wall,’ journalists explain the importance of challenging hospital media restrictions

Black and white COVID-19 Media Impact Map for Canada in Google Maps showing 286 markers.

A year of mapping the media impacts of the pandemic

J-Source, the Local News Research Project and the Canadian Association of Journalists tracked the layoffs, wage cuts, service reductions and closures since last year. Here’s what we know, what we don’t and what could come next

The Climate Coverage in Canada Report

Media should cover climate as a crisis, say scientists and journalists in preliminary findings of independent study

Neon white chat bubble on black background.

When the founder of the Proud Boys came for me

Women journalists regularly suffer abuse and harassment online. When a terrorist organization targeted Christine Estima, her usual response strategy was put to the test