Many young men today are in desperate need of purpose, belonging, and healthy male role models.
Today’s “new journalism” education has students increasingly view the world through a social justice lens and question the idea of objectivity
The Wilson letter is a treasure trove of observations made by an outsider looking in. It describes Canada’s international exceptionalism, but it also exposes our mediocrity. It is worth revisiting because it tells us things we need to hear about ourselves.
While the new plucky media start-ups may offer less prestige and are still making a name for themselves, they are nimble, they take risks, and they experiment. They are the ones leading the charge into Canadian journalism’s uncertain future.