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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…

Pressing Saudades

O Jornal de Toronto united the city’s Brazilian diaspora. As the paper…
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Game Changers

Canadian gaming journalism remains sparse despite the best efforts of key players in newsrooms
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Superhero, Not so Super Journalist

As we all know, Clark Kent, the hero’s civilian alias, spends his days as a reporter, and his love interest, Lois Lane, is also a journalist. But in a universe populated with aliens and supervillains, how realistic can the journalism be?

Chatelaine Then and Now

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

The late 1990s and early 2000s produced numerous movies in which the female lead was a journalist. Two of the most prominent were 13 Going on 30, starring Jennifer Garner, and How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, starring Kate Hudson. Both films portrayed the main character spending more time falling in love than meeting deadlines—probably not the best recipe for success in journalism.

Falling short, staying long

While cute animal antics seduce more eyeballs, the long narrative still has a few fans

Mind Matters

After years of being exposed to trauma, these journalists are advocating for better mental health support.