The Ryerson Review spoke to Martin about how she kickstarted her career, what type of photography drew her interest, the Tom Hansen—which she’ll be starting in June, and what she has planned next.
When the missing persons cases in Toronto’s gay village went cold, reporter Justin Ling stayed on the story.
The RRJ spoke with Erica Johnson from CBC’s Go Public about how she got started, the origins of the telecom investigation, and what it’s like to regularly confront the subjects of her investigations.
When disasters hit, newsrooms and wire services turn to those already on the ground.
The immigrant experience is often presented through a narrow lens. By celebrating cultures, Aparita Bhandari is the counterbalance.
Some journalists are intimidated by power. The Toronto Star’s Daniel Dale isn’t one of them.
How the ICIJ’s collaborative model is spearheading a new method of reporting
How the Globe’s reporting on dismissed sexual assault cases is impacting law enforcement
Freelancer Katie Jensen is correcting the imbalance of women and people of colour in podcasting
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