TORONTO, Jan. 23, 2015 /CNW/ -
Cowichan News Leader strike drags on
Nearly two months into a dispute over a "two-tiered" wage proposal, owner Black Press says the paper might close if the two sides don't reach an agreement. Zoe McKnight reports.
Kathy Gannon on surviving Afghanistan
The AP bureau chief, who survived being shot in Afghanistan last year, spoke at Carleton University this week. Kelly Hobson reports on Gannon's message to young journalists.
Jane Gerster crowdfunds year-long project on murdered, missing Aboriginal women
A Carleton University and Toronto Star alumna is raising $5,000 for a story she says can't be done over the phone. Zoe McKnight reports.
Health-care primers for journalists
A Q&A with the Evidence Network on a new series of backgrounders that demystify health policy issues for Canadian journalists, including prescription opioids and obesity trends.
Loss of bargaining power puts journalists' lives at risk: CPJ
During a talk at Ryerson University, Joel Simon of the Committee to Protect Journalists said there's been a sustained upturn in the number of journalists killed. Sameera Raja reports.
Highlights from the Canadian University Press conference
Allison Leonard live blogs from sessions on Aboriginal reporting, Rehtaeh Parsons and women journalists on Parliament Hill.
- Sportsnet's hiring of Blundell poses ethical dilemma
- Craig Silverman on The Hoax Economy
- Around the world: State of the Union dominates international coverage
- The news, Jian and me: Live blogging Jesse Brown at Ryerson
- Great Canadian Literary Journalism: Ian Adams on a town ravaged by industry
- Gateway takes home four JHM Awards
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