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40 for 40: Jared Lindzon

Four pillars of life for a freelance journalist By Jared Lindzon From the right angle, I appear to be a very successful freelance journalist. After graduating with a Masters in Journalism from the University of Western Ontario in 2011 I completed an internship with the National Post, spent a yea...

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40 for 40: Tim Spelliscy

Legitimate Journalism: Never More Important, Never More Threatened By Tim Spelliscy Last year at this time I surprised many colleagues, close friends and even members of my own family by announcing that I had decided to retire from the television news business after a career of almost 42 years. ...

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40 for 40: Harvey Schachter

The legacy of a great editor and mentor by Harvey Schachter After Southam Newspapers bought The Kingston Whig-Standard in 1990, it seemed there was an attempt to teach us how to become a real, professional newspaper. The truth was that our procedures were sloppy in some ways but the fact we were a...

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40 for 40: Julian Sher

OKA 1990: Fighting for journalists’ rights By Julian Sher The Oka Crisis of 1990 pitted Indigenous activists against the Canadian army and saw journalists literally caught in the middle. And it was a baptism of political fire for a young CAJ. The CAJ, or the Centre for Investigative Journal...

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Live blog: CAJ Awards gala



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