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24 May 2017
The writers featured in the latest issue of Write Magazine deserve notice for their excellent work.Read more
15 May 2017
Walrus editor Jonathan Kay resigns after controversy over the weekend.Read more
12 May 2017
Data from the last ten years shows that men still overwhelmingly winning NNAs.Read more
30 March 2017
A new project,, wants women to be front and centre as experts.Read more
21 March 2017
How 1.5 million hearing or visually impaired Canadians stay up-to-date.Read more
14 March 2017
Indigenous people want their leaders held accountable, but journalists should be cautious about perpetuating negative stereotypes.
14 March 2017
Having more diverse voices, names and faces reflected in our media would help restore the credibility of journalists in the eyes of many Canadians
13 March 2017
Canada’s newspaper columnists are overwhelmingly male, white, straight and middle-aged, according to a J-Source survey of 125 columnists.
28 February 2017
On Feb.22, journalists of colour explained some of the challenges they have faced while working in the Canadian media industry at a CJF panel.


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J-Source and ProjetJ are publications of the Canadian Journalism Project, a venture among post-secondary journalism schools and programs across Canada, led by Ryerson University, Université Laval and Carleton University and supported by a group of donors.