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03 February 2015
The CAJ Ethics Committee of the Canadian Association of Journalists is a panel of scholars, teachers and practitioners of journalism who address questions about ethical practice raised by the
17 May 2017
Posts on social media show arrests actually taking place on May 16.Read more
16 May 2017
Staff ratified an agreement on May 13, 2017 that would extend their collective agreement to 2019.
15 May 2017
Walrus editor Jonathan Kay resigns after controversy over the weekend.Read more
15 May 2017
The old rules were a product of the old business model — and they’re breaking down.Read more
15 May 2017
One researcher calls this a “tremendous step back for press freedom” that could put the public at risk.
10 May 2017
This is a tale of two columnists, and how they were treated very differently by Canada's largest newspaper.
10 May 2017
Tweets aren’t in the public domain, despite what you might think.Read more
04 May 2017
The budget released by the federal Liberals on March 22, 2017 contained what intern rights activists consider a significant win.

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