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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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Journalism Comes to Life on Stage

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

How not to cover a natural disaster

I’m about to graduate from my journalism degree, despite waning faith in this industry

Reporter’s Pride

It’s important to celebrate journalistic wins! Sofia Ariza asked three journalists about their proudest pieces.
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How Well Do You Know Your Canadian Media?

See if you can name 14 news outlets, from coast to coast in this interactive crossword by Emily Clare Elliott.

ChatGPTrue or False?

A Review journalist tests the accuracy of ChatGPT’s answers

We’re having a party!

Join us to celebrate the release of the Spring 2023 issue!
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Nadia Stewart is Creating Space for Black Journalists in Canada—Here’s How

“I always lean on the side of optimism.”
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Path of Exile

Non-profits are urging Canada to facilitate refuge for journalists in danger, but can the industry help them get back to work?
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Signs of Trouble for Lifestyle Journalism

Layoffs and lack of equity amid a pandemic—how is lifestyle journalism surviving?