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This blog post originally appeared on Discourse Media’s Toward Reconciliation on May, 26, 2016
“Toward Reconciliation is a hub of sustained, forward-looking journalism about how governments, institutions, communities and individuals are responding to the challenges of reconciliation in Canada. 1,103 more words
Picture, if you will, an angry mob armed with torches and pitchforks storming a particular house in an otherwise quiet neighborhood.
Now, let’s bring the picture into a little more focus. 477 more words
One thing a journalist never wants to go through is being interviewed, in part because they’re too familiar with the interview process to be comfortable having someone else do it, but mostly because they know what ends up in print — or on the air — is never what the subject of the interview thinks it should be. 585 more words
Hey, you journos out there — a question:
A columnist pens a denunciation of new federal policy. The new policy also happens to be contrary to the interests of a… 639 more words