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24 February 2017
By Michael Ott for the Ryerson Journalism Research Centre The loss of trust between the media and audiences that has characterised the Donald Trump era in the United States also played out when Rob
23 February 2017
Former managing editor Phil Andrews reflects on the closing of the 149-year-old paper last year.Read more
23 February 2017
Journalists struggle to get Canada’s prison agencies talking.Read more
23 February 2017
Lindsay, Ontario, lost its Confederation-era newspaper in 2013. The vacuum hasn’t been filled.Read more
22 February 2017
Mark Latham has pioneered a voter-funded media project at UBC since 2007.Read more
22 February 2017
Here's our regular listing of Canadian journalism job opportunities.Read more
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.
21 February 2017
Are people who turn off the news still getting informed?Read more
21 February 2017
On Feb. 25, protests organized by a coalition of journalism and free speech groups will take place across Canada.

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