TORONTO, March 27, 2015 /CNW/ -
Is Canadian journalism experiencing a generational war?
A Massey College panel discusses access, labour and representation in the current media landscape. If there is a generational war in Canadian journalism, Shannon Clarke reports, it certainly isn't new.
Sun Media employees initiate drive to organize with Unifor
On Tuesday, employees in certain divisions of Sun Media's Toronto offices received emails and envelopes announcing the launch of a drive to organize a union with Unifor, reports Chantal Braganza.
"Just keep writing." Lessons from a journalist turned author
How former Canadian Geographic editor Dan Rubinstein made the leap from 5,000-word features to a book-length project.
The dark side of Mexico's drug war: A lack of reporting on the crisis
Ongoing human rights abuses, endemic corruption and cartel violence in Mexico remains under-reported in the Canadian media, writes Naser Miftari.
From the starting blocks to the finish line
Catch up on our live blog about Canadian women in sports media, featuring TSN's Sheri Forde, Fan 590's Megan Robinson and industry veteran Jane O'Hara.
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