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SOURCE Canadian Journalism Foundation
TORONTO, Oct. 31, 2013 /CNW/ -
John Furlong, the former Vancouver Olympics CEO, told Global News he is no longer suing the Georgia Straight newspaper but will "escalate" legal actions against the writer of the article, Laura Robinson. Bob Mackin reports for The Tyee.
Postmedia Network reported a loss of nearly $36 million in the last quarter, compared to a net loss of $28.4 million in the same period the previous year. The media company says it doesn't expect any improvements next year.
In this new monthly column, Sean Holman maps the boundaries of openness and accountability in Canada and explores what they mean for the people, the press and the powerful. Holman is a journalism professor at Mount Royal University in Calgary, an award-winning investigative reporter and the former host of the Victoria-based politics show Public Eye.
Ingram: What journalists must do when information is everywhere
Journalists need to embrace their changing role as trusted curators and aggregators of news, GigaOm senior writer Mathew Ingram said at a recent event in Ottawa. Education editor Melanie Coulson reports.
Carleton journalism student Arik Ligeti was the only Canadian selected to report on the Online News Association's recent conference in Atlanta. Here, he shares what he learned from the experience.
Want to make sense of all the yelling and bickering in the House of Commons? Maclean's and J-Source team up to pick apart Question Period, the opposition's daily attempt to get answers from the government on the hottest issues of the day. Find out what will make headlines in real time, and what most reporters will completely ignore. You'll learn that there's a method to the political madness. Nov. 6 at 2:15 p.m. ET.
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J-Source and ProjetJ are projects of the Canadian Journalism Foundation in collaboration with leading journalism schools and organizations.
Upcoming J-Talk: Guilty Pleasure or Real News? Join our discussion on Nov. 28 about celebrity gossip. Is it real news or simply "click bait" in the digital universe? Join Malene Arpe of the Toronto Star, Alison Eastwood of Hello! Canada, Jonathan Kay of the National Post, Ben Mulroney of CTV's etalk and moderator Simon Houpt of The Globe and Mail. Register now.
Event Report: Check out the report from our latest J-Talk The Coveted Journey: From Journalist to Bestselling Author with authors Linwood Barclay and Lisa Gabriele, and moderator Jared Bland of The Globe and Mail.
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