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24 February 2017
By Michael Ott for the Ryerson Journalism Research Centre The loss of trust between the media and audiences that has characterised the Donald Trump era in the United States also played out when Rob
21 February 2017
On Feb. 25, protests organized by a coalition of journalism and free speech groups will take place across Canada.
16 February 2017
Although Canadians value journalism and believe it is essential to a well-functioning democracy, they don’t want to pay for it.
CBC website ad
10 February 2017
Public broadcasting is more important than ever in today’s climate, argue CBC’s Jennifer McGuire and Michel Cormier.
The Public Policy Forum’s report The Shattered Mirror recommended Ottawa step up to help preserve Canadian news coverage. Screenshot by J-Source.
08 February 2017
Traditional media firms are undoubtedly suffering in the digital age. But does it follow that the public is being harmed?
Burning of Rome
06 February 2017
If democracy itself becomes unsustainable, then journalism's future becomes a moot point.Read more
03 February 2017
Ben Makuch is fighting an RCMP production order to hand over information.Read more
26 January 2017
How are Canadians getting their news, and whom do they trust to provide it?Read more
26 January 2017
Report recommends creation of a fund to support journalism organizations via change in tax laws.Read

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