Memorial planned for CBC cameraman

A memorial to celebrate the life and career of Eddie Vaar, a cameraman who is being credited with teaching generations of journalists the ropes of the news business over a 50-year career with the CBC will be held Sunday, April 6 at 2 p.m.

Blaming unions for precarious work is silly

In a context where corporations are still making millions of dollars – and paying millions of dollars to their top executives – it’s beyond rich (excuse the pun) to blame the workers if the bosses aren’t getting rich enough, quickly enough.
And it is seriously disingenuous to suggest that the poor conditions suffered by millions of precariously employed Canadian workers is caused by another group of workers

Indigenous journalists need apply: #IdleNoMore and the #MSM

Being able to tell these stories critically is the reason I wanted to become a journalist. When I was growing up, I never saw any other Indigenous reporters on TV or in print (although there were many blazing trails at the time, unbeknownst to me) telling the crucial stories I saw happening around me. I got into media to get the story out there.

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