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Curtains up: stitched! debuts live journalism show pilot
In an age of mistrust, telling multimedia stories in front of a live audience offers a new opportunity both to practise journalism and to rebuild...
Cold War communication technology
The Diefenbunker: Canada’s Cold War Museum is a 9,290-square-metre (100,000-square-foot) underground bunker in Carp, Ontario – named for John Diefenbaker, Canada’s 13th Prime Minister. Located...
From the archives: The letters of Wellington and Mabel Ashbridge
As the Ontario Heritage Trust explores the theme of communication, we have been delving into our archival collections in search of letters that show how...
Kit Coleman: Journalism pioneer
Kathleen Blake Coleman, known to her readers as “Kit,” stood out among Ontario’s women journalists of her day because of her obvious talent, lively writing...
Kinomaage Waapkong – The Teaching Rocks
When one makes the journey to Kinomaage Waapkong – known in English as Petroglyph Provincial Park – one is struck by the incredible beauty of...
Picturing Canada’s poster war
Within popular memory and to many historians, the First World War stands at the juncture of the long 19th century and the modern age. From...
CKLW – The Big 8: Canada’s #1 American radio station
Detroit’s most dominant radio station in the late 1960s was CKLW – The Big 8. It was the hum of a region. Walking down Woodward...
How I became a journalist
Whenever I’m asked how my career started, I usually say that it was an accident. I never studied journalism. I wanted to be an historian...