Tyler Griffin is an award-winning journalist and editor based in Toronto, specializing in in-depth reporting and audience development. His writing and reporting focuses primarily on politics, arts, culture and identity, and can be found in VICE, HuffPost, Maclean’s, J-Source and The Eyeopener, where he currently works as an online editor. You can find him finishing up his undergraduate degree at the Ryerson School of Journalism, or perpetually on Twitter at @tylerxgriffin.
How Journalism School Failed Me
J-schools are inadequately preparing us for the future of journalism—here’s why.
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