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10 March 2014
While covering the Olympics in a foreign country presents logistical challenges, working at home in Canada to manage the deluge of content coming in from the Sochi Games had its own set of challenges
20 February 2014
Time consuming, crazy-making and a vital tool for investigative reporting: Anna Mehler Paperny, senior producer of globalnews.ca's investigative data desk, explains the ins and outs of data-driven
16 January 2014
There aren’t many freelancers who do what Justin Ling does. The Ottawa-based journalist spends his days in the Press Gallery covering the news coming out of Parliament Hill. He’s had his work
16 January 2014
With a starting cost of $985, the Canadian Securities Course is a large investment. J-Source spoke with several business journalists to see if the course is worth the time and money.
07 January 2014
Did your journalism student turn in a cringe-worthy headline? Completely missed the point in the nut graf? You may not think you can nicely butcher a student's story, but Sheridan College's Nicole
09 December 2013
Many journalists have worked on a Nelson Mandela story, far fewer are lucky enough to have met him. Michael Smith shares his personal brush with greatness, and describes how Mandela left an
06 December 2013
In journalism school, you learn about responsible journalism: It’s important to think critically, be accurate and tell fair and balanced stories. And keeping the facts straight shows respect to
28 November 2013
Meet the journalists responsible for the biggest story to ever come out of Toronto City Hall. Hear how they did it and what’s next. This will be a lively panel discussion followed by a Q&A.
13 November 2013
J-Source and Maclean's teamed up to live blog Question Period and explain what the press gallery does during this daily weekday political theatre arena.

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