Podcast
Mark Bulgutch on Storytelling, Journalism and Hope.
Face2Face | Mark talks about falling in love with journalism, how too often it's a business and not a calling, what "getting it first" versus "getting it right" is all about and why he's still hopeful.
Blog
Dave Rutherford
David J. Climenhaga | A poll by little-known firm commissioned by unite-the-right group predicts different results from past surveys of likely behaviour of Wildrose and PC voters.
Blog
J. Baglow | He himself says he's not a reporter. Most of the folks sideswiped by his vicious racism, his petulance, his boorishness, his bullying, his reckless disregard for the truth, would agree.
Blog
Jen Halsall | Public subsidies for news agencies, better training for police, and a change in attitude surrounding sexual assault: A few ideas for improving Canada this week.
Blog
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Nick Fillmore | The best solution to our growing news crisis is for governments to provide the financial support needed so that community-based online news sites will be sustainable.
Blog
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Nick Fillmore | A flourishing, capable news media is the oxygen of democracy. In Canada, the mainstream corporate-owned newspapers, are dying. We need to come up with something better.
Columnists
Wayne MacPhail | Fifteen years after the Internet disrupted journalism, the spotlight is now falling in the wrong place. The web is hardly an upstart, though many newspapers act like the threat was born yesterday.
Blog
Kim Elliott | Just five companies -- Bell, Rogers, Shaw, Quebecor, and TELUS -- control nearly 90 per cent of Canada's media landscape. Now more than ever we need to build independent media alternatives in Canada.
Blog
Striking printers at the Vancouver Province newspaper, 1946
Nora Loreto | Labour might already have examples of media that can work.
Blog
sun media ownership
David Molenhuis | Layoffs, lockouts and the forced resignations of many reporters, editors and photojournalists should be alarming. But you won't hear, see or read much about it from mainstream media!
News
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Teuila Fuatai | News of significant staff cuts at some of Canada's largest media outlets in recent weeks has reignited debate about the future of journalism.
News
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Teuila Fuatai | Mark Lever, president and chief executive of the Chronicle Herald, is warning readers to expect a "work stoppage" at the paper while the HTU holds a strike vote.