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04 March 2015
A U.K. publisher’s scheme to have students pay for their work to be published is the latest in a tradition of media taking advantage of free labour—one that hasn’t escaped Canada.
03 March 2015
Join us on Monday, March 2 at 6:30 p.m. for a live blog of the Canadian Journalism Foundation's upcoming J-Talk. "Ceiling, Cracked? News Women in Charge".
24 February 2015
As a freelancer, why should you protect your copyright? What are moral rights, anyway? How might these issues affect you? We turned to some of the Canadian Media Guild’s resident experts to explain.
24 February 2015
Thirteen press operators and mechanics at the Halifax Chronicle Herald were locked out Saturday, the company said in a news release.
20 February 2015
When John Lehmann, president of the News Photographers Association of Canada, heard that a Victoria newspaper was advertising for volunteer photographers, he found the news jaw-dropping.
11 February 2015
Unifor Local 723M recommends rejection of final offer on first new contract since Bell’s 2010 CTV acquisition.
06 February 2015
A small group of freelance radio journalists are in a stand-off with a non-profit media company asking for full copyright in a new contract.
21 January 2015
Black Press says the newspaper may close if a deal is not reached.Read more
19 December 2014
Labour issues dominate our list of the 10 most-read stories about Canadian journalism in 2014.Read more

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