Author: austinspearman

Photo courtesy of U.S. Customs & Border Protection

News in Brief

By Austin Spearman and Kateryna Horina The world is always changing, for the better and for the worse. These are only a few of the stories told by the media in 2018. BAD NEWS Children were kept in cages in the U.S. Thousands of children were locked in small cages, miles away from their families, in what the U.S. government […]

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Percy Simba sits by a fire at a fall hunting camp at Tathlina Lake, N.W.T. For the previous three years, residents from the community of Kakisa were unable to attend the annual fall harvest due to wildfires. Now, the community returns to share in food, culture and simply reconnect as a community on their traditional territory.

Reporting People as People

Two news style guides will allow journalists to accurately navigate the field of reporting on Indigenous communities in Canada.

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