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Investintech-CAJ launch fourth annual Canadian data journalism scholarship

2022-11-25T17:49:04-05:00

The Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) is pleased to announce that nominations have now opened for the fourth annual Investintech-CAJ Data Journalism Scholarship. The scholarship is aimed at supporting and recognizing post-secondary students who are interested in journalism. The winner of the scholarship will be one Canadian student whose submission shows an interest and understanding of data journalism tools and techniques. The winner will receive a one-time cash prize of $1,000 CAD, a free one-year CAJ membership, and a free registration pass to the King’s College Summer Data School in 2023 in Halifax. A selection jury made up of credible [...]

Investintech-CAJ launch fourth annual Canadian data journalism scholarship2022-11-25T17:49:04-05:00

Muzzling media does not help right the wrongs of past failures of justice: CAJ

2022-11-23T15:01:14-05:00

REGINA, November 23, 2022/ CNW/ - The Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) calls on the Government of Saskatchewan, and the province’s minister of justice and attorney general, to withdraw its unnecessary application for a sweeping publication ban that would prevent journalists from reporting on the upcoming bail hearing for a pair of Saulteaux sisters in a possible wrongful conviction case. Sisters Nerissa and Odelia Quewezance are scheduled to appear for a bail hearing in Yorkton, Sask. court on Nov. 24-25. Their case has drawn considerable attention in recent months after the Department of Justice’s Criminal Conviction Review Group declared in [...]

Muzzling media does not help right the wrongs of past failures of justice: CAJ2022-11-23T15:01:14-05:00
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