J-Source Newsletter - Toronto Sun moving to National Post headquarters by 2016; Nancy Macdonald on writing about racism in Winnipeg
17 Apr, 2015, 08:00 ET
TORONTO, April 17, 2015 /CNW/ -
Toronto Sun moving to National Post headquarters by 2016
In a townhall meeting with Toronto Sun employees, Postmedia CEO Paul Godfrey said the paper would move to Bloor Street but retain its newsroom. Chantal Braganza reports.
Nancy Macdonald on writing about racism in Winnipeg
Robyn Tocker speaks to the Maclean's writer about the reporting of her article "Welcome to Winnipeg," which ran this past January and grabbed the attention of Canadians across the country, stirring up a mix of reactions.
More contract work and internships mean new journalists must learn their rights
"When you undervalue yourself, you undercut everyone in the business." Shannon Clarke reports from a workshop for young journalists on negotiating contract, freelance and internship rights.
The challenges of reporting on Quebec student protests
Montreal journalists find reporting on student unrest this spring is more complicated than ever, writes Chantal Braganza.
A look at DailyXtra's website redesign
The 31-year-old LGTBQ news organization launched a redesign of its online property, DailyXtra, this week. J-Source speaks to Pink Triangle Press editor and publisher Brandon Matheson about the changes.
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