The debate over a controversial Dutch Christmas tradition and news surrounding the Asia-Pacific summit led Canadian world sections Wednesday.
Author: Tamara Baluja
For a seven-day stretch, TC Media writers filed stories from their communities that sought to capture small yet poignant moments.
The growing tensions between Israel and Palestine following two deadly attacks Monday led many Canadian world sections Tuesday.
Canadian media documented the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin wall with significant coverage.
New study finds that digital technologies are transforming the work of Canadian journalists—and not for the better.
The Edmonton Journal was founded on Nov. 11, 1903, by three local businessmen as a rival to the 23-year-old Edmonton Bulletin, Alberta’s first newspaper.
In the world of social media, reporters are covering fewer stories, not more.
Based on the Dalton Camp Lectures in Journalism, an annual series at St. Thomas University, in Fredericton, 11 esteemed journalists talk at length about journalism, Canada, war, standing up to power, our tumultuous era and much more.
Dressed in black, members of the Halifax Typographical Union staged a 15-minute walkout outside the Chronicle Herald building to protest recently announced layoffs.
Around the world: U.S. midterms and renewed Hong Kong protests the focus of Canadian world headlines
Canada’s print media remained focused on the U.S. midterm election results while online, broadcasters featured a spark lit among protesters in Hong Kong.