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20 January 2016
Potential lockout and strike looms over the Chronicle Herald by the end of this week.Read more
13 January 2016
Chronicle Herald management removed bylines—so writers and photographers identified themselves on social media.
17 December 2015
“They were homophobic. They were racist. They were sexist and in many cases they were just stupid,” said editor Michael Cooke.
15 December 2015
Union organizers follow lead of Vice staff in the United States, who unionized in August.Read more
15 December 2015
New guide provides guidelines on how to report on sexual violence.Read more
09 December 2015
The Toronto Star reporter on why covering the labour beat is far more than reporting on the role of the labour movement in society.
09 December 2015
It’s clear that newsrooms, in the age of social media and ubiquitous video, would not be well served by a document simply explaining why payments should never be made.
08 December 2015
Sean Eckford leaves job of nine years after management allegedly asks all staff to participate in a one-day voluntary ad sales blitz.
07 December 2015
Journalistic practice demonstrates difference in how North American and European reporters perceive role of government.

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