How journalists facing trauma can take care themselves after covering conflict
How newsrooms and reporters should be protecting themselves from digital surveillance
Two journalists share how they reported on the 2016 Fort McMurray wildfires and the 2017 Mexico earthquake
The Canadian Association of Journalists partnered with other media organizations to present four parody awards to government institutions.
The Canadian government doesn’t pay ransoms to terrorists, aiming to stop them from benefiting from such payments. But it hasn’t established guidelines to protect journalists working abroad.
Pulfer is advocating for more journalistic freedoms worldwide
Despite the passage of a source protection law, Canada’s new act leaves some whistleblowers out in the cold