The online publication’s last post, on Oct. 31, announced it will focus on “creative individuals” and “remarkable products and experiences.”
Ebooks have proven too expensive and too narrowly focused for most Canadian dailies.
Senior political writer says she’ll still write about politics but in the long form she prefers.
Around the World: Deadly attack in Jerusalem and Ferguson state of emergency lead Canadian world headlines
A deadly attack in Jerusalem and unrest in a Missouri town were featured prominently in Canadian world sections Tuesday.
CBC ombudsman Esther Enkin reviews a complaint that a famous Trudeau quote was misused in a World Report story on Bountiful, BC.
Students learn the importance of data analysis in identifying trends and developing story ideas.
Jim Roberts, the executive editor and chief content officer of Mashable, discusses digital transformation with James Bradshaw, media reporter with The Globe and Mail, in this Canadian Journalism Foundation J-Talk.
Was the Globe wrong? Public editor Sylvia Stead looks at the facts and evidence to explain why Sun Media columnist Ezra Levant’s claims are incorrect.
The $55.5-million sale will consolidate Quebecor’s position in magazines, putting it on par with Rogers.
J-Source’s International Reporting Bureau spoke with CBC producer Stephanie Jenzer about the broadcaster’s Ebola coverage.