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Evelyn Lazare | Staying informed about the latest issues concerning the COVID-19 pandemic is important. Unfortunately, it's not so easy.
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Philip Lee | Nearly seven out of 10 Canadian millennials get their news from social media. Should we be worried?
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Tania Ehret | #HerDigitalVisions is an afterschool program that works with self-identified girls, building media literacy skills in order to better establish power in an online world.
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Christopher Majka | There are real insights to be gleaned from analyzing the budgets of MPs. However, cherry-picking data, a lack of critical thinking and questionable graphics mislead readers rather than informing them.
Paul Baines | Does political satire engage people in political action, or does it make people more apathetic? To answer this question, we looked at the Rally for Sanity.
Joanna Chiu | A new blog series offers lessons, strategies and inspiration on ways you can improve your media literacy and harness the power of the media to help end violence against women and girls.