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Trade unions get scant coverage in modern mainstream media

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Back in the 1960s, 1970s, and into the ‘80s, almost all of the large newspapers in Canada had a reporter who specialized in labour-management relations. Wilf List covered labour for The Globe and Mail for an amazing 35 years. I wrote a labour relations column for the Toronto Star for 15 years (1968-1982), and the editorial staff of several other papers at the time also included labour columnists as well as labour reporters. Conventions of the largest labour unions and the Canadian Labour Congress attracted dozens of reporters. The names of union presidents were almost as well known as those of prominent politicians and corporate executives. Once a year, in my Star column, I listed, in order, the ten labour leaders I considered the country’s most influential, without having to identify them with much more than their names. Today, not a single daily newspaper employs a labour columnist, much less…

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Journalism in Atlantic Canada is f****d, or is it?

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Cynics attempt optimism at CANADALAND panel in Halifax, with mixed results.

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Court order issued for arrest of land protectors, journalist

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Court order includes Independent editor Justin Brake.

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We will never have better than we demand

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“All is well for western profiteers when their media and politicians can get us quibbling among ourselves over jobs and who gets a better pension.”

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Media, sexism and society

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A challenging relationship that we need to rethink

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A good day for journalism in Newfoundland and Labrador

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As the Telegram and other TC Media newspapers go orange and promise better journalism, supporters of independent media from around the province begin laying the foundation for a new “The Independent”

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Dropping the weight that needs dropping

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Carrying the burden of poor body image

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Rape culture in our city: An open letter to St. John’s

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Media coverage of reports of gang rapes in St. John’s has directed many to contemplate their moral stance on sex work, instead of their moral stance on rape and the appropriate police response to the rape of any person.

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Metering and paywalls are not the answer

in To Each Their Own by

Journalism, like other parts of our democratic system, is in crisis. But raising fees is not the answer.

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Ignorance is not bliss

in View From The Mainland by

We are all accountable to Loretta Saunders

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Trans-cending hate and ignorance

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Change is coming – determinedly, steadily and painfully – as the province moves to tackle transphobia

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Innu-vate, don’t perpetuate

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The CBC has apologized for its problematic coverage of Innu communities. But that’s only the tip of the iceberg.

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Media watchdog says CBC at risk of being turned into a ‘state broadcaster’

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With its back to the wall, will Canada’s public broadcaster stand up to a government that is tightening its grip on the network’s freedom? Or should ‘friends’ intervene?

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Poll-itics

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They manipulate the polls. You always knew it. You let them.

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The case of Theresa Spence and the barely spoken racism of Canadian media

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The swift slide from unreasonable to mad

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Of Bullying and Bloggers

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Why do we tolerate bullies in our midst?

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Being overweight is worse than nuclear war?

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“Young girls have indicated they are more afraid of becoming fat than they are of cancer, nuclear war or losing their parents,” said Dr. Deborah McPhail, an expert in health and obesity from Memorial University of Newfoundland, in an interview with the Toronto Sun. “The fear of being fat is overwhelming.” To a degree, she said, healthy eating and exercising have become part of our culture’s obsession with fat avoidance. “These dominant ideas are having disastrous effects on women’s body image,” she said, indicating that 52% of girls begin dieting before the age of 14. Read the full article at the Toronto Sun for more. Source: The Toronto Sun

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The medium is the message…but so what?

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Marshall McLuhan reminds us that despite all our technology, we’re actually still not very media-savvy at all

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Adventures in media accuracy

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Should we believe what we read?

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