Celebrated for longevity, Wadena News braces for the digital era

In the wake of spotty Wi-Fi and fleeting resources, the rural independent was awarded for its community commitment.

Despite worries, police newscasts changing little about crime reporting

When Toronto police announced they’d “correct the record” with daily broadcasts via YouTube, local reporters were concerned it would affect information access.

What’s next for Canadaland’s Thunder Bay podcast?

How Ryan McMahon and Jesse Brown plan to avoid parachuting into a community with deep divides

The Interview: Penelope Abernathy, author of Saving Community Journalism

The news industry is rapidly changing, but Penelope Abernathy created a business model for local businesses to use and thrive.

Meet the journalist behind the Sprawl, Calgary’s newest independent media outlet

Calgary had a wild election. Jeremy Klaszus had an idea.