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28 July 2016
New research finds that crime maps released by Canadian police forces only paints a partial picture of what is happening.
28 July 2016
Media union sets precedent that could limit unpaid internships and provide student interns with ongoing workplace protections across the media industry.
21 July 2016
If a journalist or a media outlet invades privacy—or overrides a dying wish—these actions must be justified by an overwhelming public interest.
12 July 2016
If managers are not willing to take a punch, are public editors and ombuds the internal accountability mechanism the reader needs?
11 July 2016
Before the Internet and World Wide Web became fully commercialized in the mid-1990s, freelance writers and photographers began using computer networks as organizing tools as early as 1992.
04 July 2016
Police will be included under the Local Authorities Freedom of Information and Privacy Protection Act should amendments introduced this spring be voted in.
27 June 2016
J-Source survey finds many outlets across Canada lack a clear policy on when to credit a competitor’s scoop.Read more
08 June 2016
Just because you aren’t working as a journalist anymore doesn’t mean you can’t draw on that skill-set.Read more
07 June 2016
What comes next for the workers at Vice Canada now that they have voted to join a union.Read more

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