Wed, 03/29/2017 - 09:25

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
29 March 2017
Facebook groups have become “an assignment desk” for reporters looking for stories online.Read more
28 March 2017
First ever Use the Right Words awards reinforces importance of thoughtful, thorough reporting of stories about sexual violence.Read
28 March 2017
Answering this question is no easy task, especially in a frenetic newsroom.Read more
22 March 2017
The Ontario Court of Appeal said it found no errors in an earlier ruling that went against the Canadian media outlet.
15 March 2017
Will journalists in the future work entirely from home?Read more
10 March 2017
Union says that together with recent buyouts, entire staff has been reduced by 42 per cent.Read more
08 March 2017
Journalism in Crisis explores different strategies for change.Read more
21 February 2017
Craig Silverman, media editor for BuzzFeed News, delivered this year’s Atkinson lecture on fake news at the Ryerson School of Journalism.


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