‘Government Communication Should Now Be Called Government Marketing’

The government is restricting access to public documents and next to nothing is being done about it. This was the recurring theme during the “Flying Blind” conference hosted by The Canadian Journalists for Free Expression…

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Democratic Governments Also Restrict Journalists: Kathy Gannon

Press freedom is not only suppressed by authoritarian governments, but is also restricted by Western ones, says Canadian-born, Pakistan-based Kathy Gannon, special regional correspondent for Pakistan and Afghanistan with the Associated Press (AP). A resident of…

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Do J-School Classes Have a Diversity Problem? We Asked Some Students

Jeffrey Sze is a third-year student in the University of Toronto Scarborough and Centennial College’s joint journalism program. Batoul Hreiche is a fourth-year journalism student at Carleton University. Kaitlyn Smith is a second-year student in the University of Toronto Scarborough…

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