Coverage of Toronto’s gang and gun violence perpetuates a dangerous narrative that puts Black communities in the crossfire.
LGBT coverage is becoming more nuanced, one group at a time. Next step: trans people.
Indigenous journalists are tired of seeing their communities reduced to stereotypes. The job ahead: change the narrative and tell truer stories
Newsroom managers say they can’t afford to do more about diversity. For journalists of colour, that argument holds no water
André Picard eschews the hype, pandering and pseudo-science that plague his beat
Steve Paikin isn’t afraid to be boring if it means smart television. Now, his show, The Agenda, hopes its punchier digital strategy is a winner
Forced out of shrinking newsrooms, photojournalists are going rogue to keep their craft alive
When Rogers killed Omni’s multilingual newscasts, it broke a long-standing commitment to ethnic communities
Edna Staebler was doing new journalism before it had a name. There’s more to her story than best-selling cookbooks
As foreign bureaus close, think tanks and aid agencies help keep international reporting alive—but journalists risk their credibility when they depend on the agendas of others
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