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03 February 2015
The CAJ Ethics Committee of the Canadian Association of Journalists is a panel of scholars, teachers and practitioners of journalism who address questions about ethical practice raised by the
21 February 2017
Craig Silverman, media editor for BuzzFeed News, delivered this year’s Atkinson lecture on fake news at the Ryerson School of Journalism.
15 February 2017
Easier to get higher paying assignments south of the border, according to freelancers.Read more
14 February 2017
Seven renowned journalists offer solutions.Read more
Halifax Chronicle Herald strikers
10 February 2017
Company needs to get serious about bargaining, union president saysRead
Chronicle Herald front pages
10 February 2017
Outstanding issues include seniority and jurisdictionRead more
CJFE Rallies outside Osgoode Hall
07 February 2017
Journalists today do their reporting using technologies that didn’t exist when many of the precedent-setting cases in Canadian law happened.
03 February 2017
With protests erupting almost daily, journalists need to understand the consequences of joining one.
16 December 2016
Canadian freelance writers have one more potential way to earn money: by selling their ideas to the new opinion section being featured on CBCNews.ca.

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