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.
A crossword in a newspaper.

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!
Nadia Stewart

Nadia Stewart is Creating Space for Black Journalists in Canada—Here’s How

“I always lean on the side of optimism.”
Passport photos of three men with a Canada Customs stamp over top

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?
Illustrattion of a woman pouring batter into a pan, a teenager doing her make and a child colouring at a messy kitchen table. An exercise bike sits in the background

How Lifestyle Journalism is Getting Us Through a Pandemic

Sourdough starters, maskne remedies, dalgona coffee, and home gardens.
Survivors deserve our highest respect. But, for that achievement, we also owe them the debt of doing the right thing. Reconciliation is the right thing to do, coming out of this history - TRC

How student journalists and publications are vital to reconciliation

At the Review’s Spring 2021 digital magazine launch, Brandi Morin weighed in on the renaming debate, where Canadian media has failed Indigenous peoples, and how tomorrow’s journalists can pick up the slack