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Good as Newsletter

Amid the instability of social media, email newsletters are back and booming…

See No Innocence

Wrongful conviction reporting used to be a staple beat for papers. Now…
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Game Changers

Canadian gaming journalism remains sparse despite the best efforts of key players in newsrooms

Chatelaine Then and Now

Is its focus on food the iconic magazine’s recipe for survival? I’m…

Mind Matters

After years of being exposed to trauma, these journalists are advocating for better mental health support.
Sabina Dennis stands her ground as police dismantle the barricade to enforce the injunction filed by the Coastal Gaslink pipeline at the Gidimt’en checkpoint near Houston, B.C., on January 7, 2019. The pipeline company was given a permit but the Office of the Wet’suwet’en, which has jurisdiction over the territory in question, has never given consent Photo: Amber Bracken

Through an Indigenous Lens

How protest news frames Indigenous movements across Canada
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Seeing Green

How the Toronto Star’s I-team and The Narwhal broke the Greenbelt scandal…
At a pro-Palestine rally in Toronto, a sign reads, "THE MEDIA IS BOUGHT BUT WE ARE NOT."

The Power to Narrate

The coverage of Israel–Palestine in Canadian newsrooms continues to downplay the state of Israel’s aggression and the killing of Palestinian civilians in occupied Palestinian territories.

How Queer Is the Review?

A look at four decades of queer-issues coverage In the past 40…