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CAJ running digital security workshop for reporters

With the recent rise in online hate and harassment being directed at Canadian journalists, the Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) is partnering with the...

Full-Time Writer, The Niverville Citizen

The Citizen is hiring a full-time writer. Are you interested in and engaged with local politics and civic issues? This fall, The Citizen is hiring...

Part of local journalism is meeting people experiencing trauma

Mike Adler, a reporter who covers Scarborough, Ont. for toronto.com, recently penned a column in the Scarborough Mirror that is a true testament to...

Heather Persson leaves Saskatoon StarPhoenix

After nearly three decades in the newspaper industry, Heather Persson is going back to school. Persson, the only woman to hold the title of editor-in-chief...

Rideau Hall Foundation and Michener Awards Foundation joining forces

The Rideau Hall Foundation (RHF) and the Michener Awards Foundation have announced they are joining forces to strengthen the Michener Awards and ensure the...

Saltwire dives deep with new campaign

In an effort to bring its journalists from across their network together, the SaltWire has rolled out a series of solutions journalism articles to...

This Week’s Featured Course on Newspaper Training: How to Use Data...

Data journalism, or computer-assisted reporting, reflects a different sort of story-telling, one that supplements, enhances and can even replace the traditional words-on-a-page news report...

This week’s featured course on Newspaper Training: Video Story Forms and...

As newsrooms produce more video, early results are often a mixed bag. In this module, Michael Roberts provides viewers with ways to give shape...

This week’s featured course on Newspaper Training: What it Takes to...

Everyone has an opinion. But few get the delicious opportunity to disseminate it to thousands of people reflecting the readership of a newspaper. In...

This week’s featured course on Newspaper Training: The Ins and Outs...

Investigative journalism requires a painstaking amount of diligence and perseverance, frequently in the face of a lack of cooperation and information sharing. Because of...