The saga unfolding around former Liberal cabinet minister Jody Wilson-Raybould has been characterized as many things – evidence of the old guard that still...Lire le texte The silence/shame double bind for women in power
A few weeks ago, a judge of the Ontario Court of Justice found James Sears and Leroy St. Germaine, the editor and publisher of...Lire le texte A turning point for misogynist and Islamophobic speech?
L’arrivée du Web et de nouvelles technologies numériques à grande échelle dans nos foyers a révolutionné nos façons de communiquer et de consommer. Or,...Lire le texte Les médias locaux : une nécessité démocratique
Companies that harvest data are becoming more powerful, and Canadians are understandably anxious. As our economy becomes more data driven — and as data...Lire le texte Why Canada needs a national data strategy
The Elections Modernization Act (Bill C-76) received royal assent in December, bringing into law new spending limits and rules for transparency. But it doesn’t...Lire le texte New election laws are no match for the Internet
In 2019, an election year federally and in Alberta, what if we could all resolve to be better consumers of online content? Could we...Lire le texte This year, resolve to be a more intelligent reader online
(Cet article a été traduit en anglais.) Les mesures d’aide aux médias d’information canadiens annoncées le 21 novembre dans l’Énoncé économique de l’automne 2018 suscitent des...Lire le texte Aide aux médias canadiens : soutenir qui, pourquoi et comment ?
The Ontario government’s proposed cuts to French-language services have elicited significant political backlash, including from within Progressive Conservative ranks and from the anglophone community...Lire le texte Ford’s false logic on minority-language services
The dominant trend in news consumption across western democracies is that consumers increasingly obtain information about the world through social networks rather than consuming...Lire le texte Not all news consumers worry about journalistic values
The federal government’s $595-million package to help news media, announced in the 2018 fall economic update, is a real opportunity that could catalyze growth...Lire le texte What does Ottawa’s journalism plan mean for news innovation?