The Trudeau government is set on ratifying two massive investment agreements -- yet very few Canadians are informed about these deals because of our mainstream media's irresponsible reporting.
Talks broke off Wednesday after management rejected the union offer and counter-offered with an agreement even worse than the one proposed in January.
We are reaching a crisis point in Canadian journalism. Newspapers today are a sorry shadow of what they once were and digital upstarts don't have the resources to fill the gaps.
Peter talks about what it means to be human, why he believes in something beyond himself, how we shape our understanding and why he thinks we should all be eating lunch at home a little more often.
After four months on strike, the Halifax Chronicle Herald newspaper company has agreed to meet with its striking workers on Friday. The workers' union states it doesn't have "high expectations."
Many journalists seem preemptively nostalgic for a foul, undemocratic system that has only longevity in its favour. What's behind the negative media reactions to the prospect of electoral reform?
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A presentation by rabble at the Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House in Vancouver about how Islamophobia has permeated the news cycle and how we can move forward.
Combatting Islamophobia in media was the focus of a panel discussion in Vancouver. Urooba Jamal, Itrath Syed and Sunera Thobani shared their firsthand experiences and solutions on how to move forward.
rabble.ca is happy to announce our public event on April 5 in Vancouver on combatting Islamophobia in media and society.
Apr 28, 2016
Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto
1 Devonshire PlaceToronto , ON
Canada43° 39' 52.8516" N, 79° 23' 48.0336" W
A debate among a panel of prominent journalists about what governments should be doing about the crisis in the media world.