The Canadian Association of Journalists joins those who are outraged at the arrest of two journalists by the Hamilton Police Service on May 16.
A campaign to raise money for a prize recognizing emerging indigenous writers has blown well past its $10,000 goal.
Yesterday, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) dealt a major blow to Canadian screenwriters — and Canadian audiences.
Kay is one of several prominent Toronto journalists to support the ex-editor of The Writers’ Union of Canada magazine, Hal Niedzviecki.
Write magazine’s Hal Niedzviecki resigns after his piece in issue devoted to Indigenous writing suggests white middle-class writers explore “the lives of people who aren’t like you.”
The Globe and Mail took top honours at the 68th National Newspaper Awards, winning in 11 of 21 categories. The Globe's Mark MacKinnon, was named 2016 Journalist of the Year for his report on the Syrian teenagers who sparked the Syrian war, Britain's referendum on the European Union, the attempted coup in Turkey, and the period of instability that is gripping the world.
"Every year, on May 3rd, we celebrate the fundamental principle of freedom of the press, and the important role journalists play in promoting democracy around the world..."
The W.G.A. and the A.M.P.T.P. were able to come up with a new deal mere hours before the last contract expired.
The National Post columnist falsely defamed her and never contacted her to get her side of the story, says Tarrah McPherson
On April 24th, 2017, the Writers Guild of Canada held the 21st annual national awards honouring excellence in screenwriting.