News and Announcements

JHR Emerging Indigenous Reporters Internships at APTN

Thursday, 28 April 2016 13:50

(2) paid three month internship positions with APTN, at locations across Canada.

The application deadline is Friday, May 6, 2016.

More information here.

 

Calgary Journal Summer Positions - Deadline April 1

Friday, 11 March 2016 10:53

SUMMER STEP POSITIONS

The Calgary Journal

Multi-platform journalist (3 positions)

Job Description

Working as part of the Calgary Journal editorial board, over a 16-week period three multi-platform journalists will be immersed in the editorial development, production and leadership activities associated with the daily digital publication and bi-monthly print publication. The successful candidates will work in a cross-platform team environment that utilizes a horizontal management structure where individuals will be expected to share responsibilities in equitable and innovative ways.

Responsibilities

In this collaborative environment, you will be responsible for every facet of our online and print publishing environment. You must have proven ability to manage conflict, listen to others and accommodate their ideas, provide and take direction. Lone wolves need not apply.

Read more: Calgary Journal Summer Positions - Deadline April 1

 

Calgary Event: Potential and Perils of the Genomic Age

Monday, 29 February 2016 10:53

I am part of a team hosting an event that may interest your staff and students. On March 29, we are bringing in Globe & Mail journalist and author Carolyn Abraham to discuss her book The Juggler's Children, on her scientific and personal journey to discover her genealogy. A question and answer period will follow to discuss the potential and perils of the genomic age ahead. All proceeds will go to the Foothills Fetal Alcohol Society.

We have a limited number of tickets available at the Student Rate of $27. 

You can learn more about Carolyn Abraham here: 
https://www.picatic.com/event14504649572535

We'd love to see you there!

Please contact me if you have any questions. 

Alesia Fieldberg
Evolve Event Organizer

 

The Statistical Society of Canada’s Excellence in Data Journalism Award

Monday, 29 February 2016 10:51

Deadline March 15, 2016

The mission of this award is to promote excellence and creativity in the reporting of statistics-based findings to the Canadian public in an era when more and more reportage is being based on statistical analyses and interpretations. Data journalism on any subject involving statistics based findings and analyses is eligible for the award. The award is to be presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Science Writers' Association.

We actively seek submissions from individual Canadian print, online and broadcast journalists and bloggers as well as journalism media outlets. Entries can have been published, broadcast or mounted online in English or in French and must have appeared in 2015.

The following criteria will bear equal weight in the evaluation of the submissions:

(1) Ease of understanding what the data is saying and the visual elegance and originality in how that data is conveyed.

(2) Impact of the entry on improving the public's understanding of the data and on its general contribution to increased statistical literacy amongst Canadians.

More information here

 

Volunteer Writing Opportunity for SoccermadeinCanada.com

Monday, 29 February 2016 10:48

Please email  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  if interested

 

My name is Dan Kruk and I'm the publisher and editor of soccermadeincanada.com--Canada's only website dedicated to the Canadian men's and women's national teams.


At this point we're still in the process of creating content with an expected 'go live' date of March 15th, ten days before the CANMNT's crucial WCQ match against Mexico here in Vancouver.

To be clear, the interest in both the CANMNT and CANWNT is at levels not seen in Canada since the men last qualified for the World Cup in 1986. As a forty-eight year-old man, I've watched a lot of poor Canadian soccer and to be honest, we're still not at a level that could be deemed respectable elsewhere in the soccer world. However, with MLS and NASL clubs in Canadian cities, interest in the sport--and by extension, in the national programs--has skyrocketed.

Read more: Volunteer Writing Opportunity for SoccermadeinCanada.com

 

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