2020 CANADIAN NEWSROOM DIVERSITY SURVEY

 

Call for nominations: 2021 board of directors election

The Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) has launched its annual call for members to join the board of directors. The following positions are open for nominations for the 2021-2023 term: Quebec regional director Saskatchewan regional director Alberta regional director Nation...

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Call for tender: Web/graphic designer for the CAJ

The Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) is seeking a web/graphic designer to conduct a site assessment and make recommendations for design, functionality, and accessibility changes on the caj.ca website.  Working with the CAJ Administrator, the candidate will conduct a review of the desi...

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FOI Friday: ATIP Basics with Murad Hemmadi

  As Ottawa correspondent for The Logic, Murad has used federal freedom-of-information requests to shed light on how multi-billion-dollar government programs spend money, chart the development of policies in areas like quantum computing and electric vehicles, and even break news of Amazon brin...

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Pathways to prosperity: A CAJ mentorship event

The CAJ is excited to host an evening for journalists to ask questions and learn from four of this year's CAJ mentors. Whether you need guidance about beat-reporting, gaining confidence, or learning how to ask tough questions, come and get answers from some of the best reporters in the business.&#...

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Yukon journalist Eva Holland elected to the CAJ’s board of directors

The Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) is thrilled to welcome journalist Eva Holland to the CAJ board of directors for the 2021-2022 term.  Holland is a full-time freelance journalist and correspondent in Whitehorse for Outside magazine. Her work has recently appeared in Wired, Bloomb...

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CAJ: BuzzFeed’s swift shutdown of HuffPost Canada and Quebec demonstrates a callousness towards their dedicated journalists

CAJ: BuzzFeed’s swift shutdown of HuffPost Canada and Quebec demonstrates a callousness towards their dedicated journalists The Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) is dismayed by BuzzFeed’s abrupt decision to shutter HuffPost Canada and HuffPost Québec yesterday.  Journ...

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66 paires de journalistes dans le cadre du programme de mentorat de la CAJ

  L’Association canadienne des journalistes (CAJ) est ravie d’annoncer les candidates et candidats retenus dans le cadre de son programme de mentorat pour journalistes.   Au cours des prochaines semaines, 66 journalistes pourront apprendre de mentors issus des domaines d...

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66 journalists match in CAJ mentorship program

The Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) is pleased to announce the successful applicants of its Mentorship Program for Journalists.  Over the coming weeks, 66 journalists will learn from mentors working in radio, television, digital, and print publications across the country. This is a...

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Ottawa Police Service recognized for ‘Outstanding Achievement’ in Government Secrecy

The Ottawa Police Service has been named as the recipient of the 2020 Code of Silence Award for Outstanding Achievement in Government Secrecy in the law enforcement category.  The Ottawa Police Service (OPS) is being recognized for its complete and utter violation of both the spirit and intent...

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City of North Bay recognized for Outstanding Achievement in Government Secrecy  

The City of North Bay, Ont., has been named as the recipient of the 2020 Code of Silence Award for Outstanding Achievement in Government Secrecy in the municipal category.  The city is being recognized because of repeated efforts to circumvent basic transparency and accountability measures exp...

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THE CAJ AWARDS: CELEBRATING CANADIAN JOURNALISM IN 2020