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(xx)The Globe and The Star win big at NNAs
(xx)Style over substance? (xx)
The Globe's rock star guest editors: smart journalism or cheesy publicity
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COVERING VIOLENCE & TRAUMA
(xx)In harm's way(xx)
Shrinking newsroom staff and the closure of foreign bureaus has increased
the industry's reliance on freelancers at home and abroad.
But few of these freelancers receive safety training. In two workshops
for the upcoming CAJ conference, Cliff Lonsdale explores the physical and
emotional safety issues confronting Canadian journalists.
(xx)Tug of war(xx)
In the aftermath of Michelle Lang's death, a reflection on the
journalistic impulse to go into battle. This week we feature Ann Hui's
story from the spring issue of the Ryerson Review of Journalism.
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