We can look at 2017 as the high-water mark for Silicon Valley — when its wave of disruption finally started to recede. The pushback...Read More Has trust in social media disappeared?
Cinq dollars pour Facebook, dix dollars pour YouTube… Ce qui paraît comme une mauvaise blague pourrait devenir réalité aux États-Unis à la suite de...Read More Vers la fin de la « neutralité du Net » ?
The year 2017 has crystallized the contradictions and deep divisions that remain on the treatment of women in North America. Now is a good...Read More A year of contradictions on the treatment of women
As a front-line health care worker in Nova Scotia, Josephine Etowa noticed that what nursing schools were teaching students about evaluating a newborn’s health...Read More Go public and perish? Supporting the engaged scholar
One of the most active Twitter accounts during the 2012 Quebec election tweeted 11,000 times to support the nascent Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ). But...Read More Toward the responsible use of bots in politics
Three days after the Trudeau government released its cultural policy framework, the political ground shifted beneath our feet. Jagmeet Singh was elected leader of...Read More A cultural policy that overlooks multiculturalism
En février 2011, Le Devoir rapportait une croissance notable de l’opposition au gaz de schiste parmi la population québécoise. Alors qu’en septembre 2010, 37 % des Québécois se disaient défavorables à l’exploitation des réserves...Read More La vague médiatique contre le gaz de schiste
Edward Greenspon isn’t giving up on a bailout for Canadian newspapers. “It is a good thing more thinking time has been allowed around the...Read More Joly’s right decision, wrong reasoning on Canadian news media
As news goes, the most noteworthy thing Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly said about supporting Canada’s cultural industries last week was that the government has...Read More News industry should feel full digital disruption
When it comes to action ensuring the future of serious journalism in Canada, Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly has a much clearer idea of what...Read More Unfinished business for Canadian journalism