Longform

Quebec's July 2013 rail disaster has shone a spotlight on the industry.

The Lac-Mégantic scrum: inside the making of a villain

Railroad chairman stumbled in response to crisis

Apr 7, 2014

Broadcast journalism instructor Erin Moore helps a student in the NSCC studio in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Journalism students need grammar training

The most essential skills are lacking

Apr 7, 2014

John Walker of Halifax has been making films for 38 years.

Whither Canadian documentary films?

Funding cuts, industry changes leave doc makers fearful

Apr 7, 2014

Nicole West talks about healing from a suicide loss, and how she wants to help others.

Reporting suicide: risks and benefits

When reporting on suicide, do journalists consider sensitivity?

Apr 7, 2014

Broadcasting student Amanda Hawkes on the NSCC campus.

The intern debate

Are free internships exploitative or invaluable?

Apr 7, 2014

The dark corner of plagiarism.

Fighting the 'unforgiveable sin' -- plagiarism

Everyone hates plagiarism, yet more cases are discovered

Apr 7, 2014

Joey Coleman is proud to be working as a crowdfunded journalist.

Crowdfunding Journalism

Online fundraising injects journalism with new options

Apr 7, 2014

Beverley Ware works from home, often doing many journalistic tasks at once.

Does multitasking mean better journalism?

Scientists, journalists consider if quality at risk

Apr 7, 2014

Paul MacNeill says community newspapers support vibrant communities.

Local newspapers keep communities alive

Small town papers, facing big challenges, plan to survive

Jan 24, 2014

Rick Howe and Melissa Mancini entered the radio business 35 years apart, but find common ground and learn from each other while working on the Rick Howe Show at News 95.7 in Halifax.

Generation Y journalists: mobile, tech savvy, learning

The future of journalism relies on Generation Y

Jan 24, 2014