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Reporting on Refugees, Asylum and Forced Displacement

The Review of Journalism hosted an education session presented by journalist Levon Sevunts, the communications officer for the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR). The session focused on ethics and accuracy when reporting on refugees, asylum and forced displacement.
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The Work-Around to Bill C-18’s Run-Around

In June 2023, the Canadian government passed Bill C-18, also known as the Online News Act. Modeled after a similar Australian law, it requires digital platforms with 20 million monthly users and an annual revenue of at least $1 billion, to pay media outlets for the content they share on their platforms.
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Journalists for Journalists

Over 100 Canadian journalists gathered Thursday evening in solidarity with the dozens of journalists that have been killed in the Middle East since October 7.
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The Music Beat: The Remix

The digital era has turned both music journalism and music consumption upside down. The Review talks to Josephine Cruz and Aaron Small, two veterans, to help explain its impact on their music writing.

CBC featured more Israelis even as Palestinian casualties rose, data shows

CBC’s flagship broadcast continued to feature more Israelis than Palestinians even as the death toll in Gaza mounted. It also failed to identify by name more than a quarter of Palestinians and their allies
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Journalism Comes to Life on Stage

Live journalism is the process of taking works of journalism and bringing them to life through live performance.
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Word on the Streeter

Our parents taught us not to talk to strangers. But interviewing people on the street is a journalism staple—a practice that continues to make waves on social media.
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The Grotesque Fascination of Real Estate

What is it that hooks people? Illustration: Sheridan Williamson-Fraser Despite an ongoing…

How Climate Change Is Changing Travel Writing

Climate change is putting travel journalists in a complicated situation.
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Investigative Sports Journalists Take on Canada’s Toxic Culture

Investigative sports journalism has existed for generations in countries like the United States, given the magnitude of its sports world. In Canada, however, it’s relatively new.