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05 June 2015
This is a cautionary tale about how my course slides, meant for student eyes only, can end up for sale online.
28 May 2015
The fifth estate‘s dramatic “jump” footage spotlighted an innocent man’s jailing. But was it fair to air it?
14 May 2015
How a health reporter weighed the risks of a hot-zone assignment in the early days of the 2014 ebola outbreak.Read
30 April 2015
The Halifax Chronicle Herald faced a choice: break the law, or defy the wishes of a dead girl’s parents.
15 April 2015
When a cop shot himself in a local cemetery, the Hamilton Spectator had to decide what the public should know.
11 March 2015
How journalism professors across the country dealt with teaching freedom of expression, editorial judgment and cultural awareness in the wake of Charlie Hebdo.
19 February 2015
When journalists are intimidated by math, why would we expect them to be any good at covering health and science?Read more
02 December 2014
The program is aimed at helping people with journalism experience improve their photography skills and build a strong portfolio.
04 September 2014
Talking with non-officials and non-experts about their experiences is one of the best parts of being a reporter. Yes, it can be tough. But here are six reasons to keep reaching out to them.


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