Columnists
Wayne MacPhail | The advent of wearable technology like smartwatches has ushered in what's been called "glance journalism." Newsrooms are beginning to give special attention to the glance.
Blog
Meghan Murphy | When journalists are pressured to 'find a good story,' you end up with coverage that decontextualizes issues like sexual assault.
Blog
Jessica Prupas | A roundup of the highlights from the Blogs this week
Podcast
Redeye Collective | A private member's bill to bring back the long-form census has reinvigorated discussion about the importance of statistics for effective government.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | We can learn a thing or two from Jon Stewart about political debate. He freely admitted his positions were "informed" by his leftishness but that's all, they weren't determined by it.
Columnists
Amy Goodman | Among the world leaders who flocked to Paris to condemn the Charlie Hebdo attacks were some of the worst perpetrators of repression of journalists, all too often Arab and Muslim journalists.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | The slaughter at Charlie Hebdo was aimed at satire, birthed along with journalism in the enlightenment era. More precisely, it was aimed at political cartooning.
Blog
Meghan Murphy | Kathryn Borel claims she was sexually harassed by Jian Ghomeshi when she worked for Q. She was told to "figure out how to cope with that."
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Shameless Magazine is an independent Canadian voice for young women and trans youth. It's run by volunteers and guided by a feminist and anti-racist approach.
Blog
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Meghan Murphy | The CBC has a history of protecting their stars who are often egotistical, womanizing men.
RabbleTV
rabble staff | At a talk held in Ottawa October 25th, Glenn Greenwald responds to an audience member question about privacy and love.
RabbleTV
rabble.ca | rabble.ca's Amira Elghawaby interviewed Glenn Greenwald before his address in Ottawa on October 25th.