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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
02 December 2014
Toronto Media Mixer gets media workers talking about their rights.Read more
11 November 2014
New study finds that digital technologies are transforming the work of Canadian journalists—and not for the better.
11 November 2014
Dressed in black, members of the Halifax Typographical Union staged a 15-minute walkout outside the Chronicle Herald building to protest recently announced layoffs.
16 April 2014
The Toronto Star announced it will hire eight digital journalists who will be paid less than other journalists in the newsroom and is considering another round of editorial buyouts. The Star also
07 March 2014
The union sent a bulletin to Toronto Star staff saying management intends to create 17 new digital positions, which would be paid “significantly less” than similar existing positions in the newsroom
03 March 2014
Through most of the 20th century, it was common for newsrooms to have multiple reporters assigned to the labour beat, but now only a handful exist. H.G. Watson reports.
10 January 2014
How media workers are organizing to address issues of precarity, and what lessons the labour movement can learn.Read more

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