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Photojournalists discuss the ethics and emotions of covering catastrophe at the RRJ’s recent conference.
This week, we discuss the challenges facing people of colour in Canadian journalism.
Discussing the coverage and conversation around Remembrance Day.
Hamilton Spectator columnist Susan Clairmont talks about her experience reporting on people who have taken their own lives.
The New York Times is one newsroom demanding journalists stay neutral on social media–but is this the best approach?
By Laura Howells, Jacob McNair and Emily Pardo When should journalists use the word “terrorism?” Why refer to the attack in Edmonton as terrorism, and not …
By Laura Howells, Jacob McNair and Emily Pardo Welcome to Pull Quotes, a new podcast from the Ryerson Review of Journalism. This week: Cracks in Canadian …
Leaving The National after 28 years won’t be easy—but Mark Harrison is ready for a new challenge. Harrison, now the former executive producer of The …
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