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More contract work and internships mean new journalists must learn their rights

By Shannon Clarke, for The Ryerson Journalism Research Centre As contract assignments and internships become more commonplace for newly minted...

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Atkinson lecture on the power and politics of cartooning

By Lindsay Fitzgerald, for the Ryerson Journalism Research Centre Sue Dewar’s “trial by fire” was a 1995 cartoon of a...

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The Harder They Fall

By Stephanie Girardi & Arielle Piat Sauvé Hundreds upon hundreds of documents: that’s part of the evidence Charles Rusnell and...

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Murder, She Wrote

By Erica Commisso Susan Clairmont and her colleague John Rennison are fleeing to safety. It’s April 2003 and Clairmont is...

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Where the Wild Things Are

By Aimee O’Conner Twenty-year-old Keltie Byrne was tidying up the pool area after the 1:30 p.m. show at Sealand of...

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The High Road

By Allison Elkin Hamilton, Ontario’s Barton Street is barely recognizable from its former self. A layer of grey dust sits...

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Talk is Cheap

By Jennifer Joseph It’s 9 a.m. and senior producer Dayna Gourley and executive producer Alan Habbick gather in a conference...

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Game On!

By Cormac McGee Rick Westhead stands half-dressed in the empty parking lot of BMO Field, Toronto’s soccer stadium. After hurriedly...

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Keeping it Reel

By Amy Grief Gordon Henderson thought he was getting a little too old to be embedded with soldiers in Afghanistan....

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Mission Impossible

By Erica Lenti Anne Marie Owens marks her arrival as editor-in-chief of the National Post with a laugh. It’s not...

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