Mass shooting. The phrase has been haunting people around the globe for years. In January 2017, a lone gunman opened fire at a Quebec City Mosque, killing nine and injuring 19 others. Seventeen people died by a gun wielding shooter in the latest mass gunfire in a school in Parkland, Florida in February.
Pressure on journalists to get stories and get them quickly leaves no time for curiosity says Gerry Bowler, who taught history at the University of Manitoba for more than 25 years.
The news is coming into our lives at greater speeds and in larger volumes than ever, these are some of the stories that captured Canadian media in 2018.
A closer look at professionalism, visible minorities and virtuous storytelling. By Sukh Toor The face of the newsroom is changing as an excessively labelled group of young people enter the workplace and bring wave ofContinue reading
As technology is shaping the way people consume and share information, a new generation of journalists is coming into the workforce, bringing with them a more diverse and inclusive mindset, which some say is aContinue reading