Journalism: Truth or Dare

J-schools have been called upon by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission to teach aboriginal history – so are they stepping up?

Jan 11, 2016

Investigating what’s going right

Journalists are looking beyond problems to pinpoint solutions

Jan 8, 2016

Vaughan, 6, flips through the TV guide for programmes of interest to him.

No news is bad news for kids

Children in Europe watch TV news made for them. Not so in Canada.

Jan 5, 2016

A young journalist doing an interview at the University of King’s College.

Teaching the next journalists

Journalism schools search for ways to better prepare students

Dec 21, 2015

With versioning technology, newsrooms could make updates to online articles visible to readers.

Online corrections: to reveal or not reveal

Transparency is key, critics say, in making news outlets accountable

Dec 18, 2015

Ryan Smith blew the whistle on the use of fake bylines in outsourced content from Journatic, bringing the story to This American Life in 2012.

Local news, from 12,000 km away

'Discreet' industry helps newspapers outsource the news

Dec 16, 2015

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Making virtual reality a reality

New technology offers a vivid way for journalists to tell stories

Dec 14, 2015

Looking through the glass – many writers claim alcohol fuels their ability to write, but at what cost?

Last call is over for the hard-drinking journalist

Why more journalists today are kicking liquor to the curb

Dec 11, 2015

Engagement editors act as liaisons between news organizations and readers. They lead audience engagement efforts and share stories with readers online.

Newsrooms learning to better connect

Data diving is helping journalists know how to serve their audience

Dec 9, 2015

Maurice Mourant founded Acadie Nouvelle. Thirty years later, he’s still enjoying the paper.

The petite paper that could

Commitment to community keeps daily Acadie Nouvelle afloat

Dec 7, 2015