This March, we bring you more details about our 2014 conference in Vancouver this May, a new discussion paper from our ethics committee, and events held by our Saskatchewan and Ottawa chapters.
Under Canadian law the only information a reporter must disclose to someone in order to obtain legal consent to conduct an interview and publish its contents is the reporter’s name and that of their employer. Does this standard offer enough protection to inexperienced and/or marginalized people whose public revelations may inadvertently harm them?
The Canadian Association of Journalists is disappointed and frustrated the Royal Canadian Mounted Police wants five media outlets to hand over raw footage from anti-fracking protests that took place in Elsipogtog, N.B. last year.
We are delighted to share a few exciting details of the CAJ 2014 conference, which takes place May 9-10, 2014.
This February, we sadly acknowledge the loss of long-time board member Charles Bury, speak out about cuts at the Globe and Postmedia and for journalists detained in Egypt, and analyze the Rob Ford story in a new issue of Media,