A panel of five veteran Vancouver journalists discussed the future of journalism for Langara College’s 50th anniversary celebrations.
Author: Tamara Baluja
The hospital discharge of the second Texas nurse who contracted Ebola led Canadian world headlines Tuesday.
Report on Business reporters Boyd Erman and Tara Perkins are leaving the Globe on Nov. 7 to pursue careers outside of journalism.
Social media has changed how we know and respond to events.
When terror gripped Ottawa last week, Star journalists faced the challenge of reporting the news as it happened in an atmosphere of fear and chaos.
International coverage took a back seat to the fallout of the Ottawa shooting and Ontario municipal elections in headlines Monday.
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation was created when the CRBC was reorganized as a Crown corporation.
What’s the role of media in influencing public opinion and public policies involving mental health? Join the discussion at this year’s Joseph Howe Symposium at the University of King’s College.
We all feel shaken by traumatic events, but in most cases, if we acknowledge our symptoms, they will soon fade away. Talking about them helps.
Postmedia Network Canada Corp. says its losses deepened in the fourth quarter as revenues dropped 13 per cent, weighed down by weaker print and digital advertising sales.