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25 July 2013
Here's a theory that could help newspapers win their most lucrative ad audience back: Perhaps editors should pay more attention to studies of what women actually do instead of relying on what market
11 July 2013
JHR has trained journalists mostly in Sub-Saharan Africa, but now it’s going to northern Ontario seeking to increase Aboriginal-Canadian participation in local and national media. It’s sending two
04 July 2013
It seems that some Anglophone media outside Quebec see issues differently than those inside the province. Is it a question of the language barrier or perhaps a culture gap?
14 June 2013
In accepting his lifetime achievement award at the National Magazine Awards, long-time Toronto Life editor Stephen Trumper encouraged all Canadian publications to make their content available through
13 June 2013
The number of beat reporters covering religion for secular publications has declined over the years and too often, stories on religion are covered with an anti-religious bias. While stories on
05 June 2013
Lynda Powless launched Turtle Island News in the basement of her home on Six Nations Reserve 19 years, using her last paycheque from CBC to pay for its printing. Since then, the native weekly
28 May 2013
The recent closing of Italian language newspaper Corriere Canadese and the cancellation of the print edition of Canadian Jewish News , prompted speculation about the future of ethnocultural
01 May 2013
The relationship between media and First Nations peoples in Canada has not always been a positive one. And in many ways, two UBC students say they felt they were paying for the mistakes made by
01 May 2013
By Matt Gurney , for the National Post On Monday, a job ad was posted seeking a new host for a CBC children’s program. They were seeking a male between 23 and 35 years of age who could carry a tune.


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