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Newspapers Used to be Pretty Wild

In most respects, the media has greatly evolved in the past 100 years. But in some respects, it hasn’t.

Four explanations for how BlackBerry blew it

Yes, they got killed by the iPhone. But wasn’t just the iPhone.

Karyn Pugliese (Pabàmàdiz) named new Editor-in-Chief of Canadaland

Distinguished newsroom leader joins country’s premier independent podcast network

What happens when a “Safe Third Country” is no longer safe?

As the U.S. becomes an increasingly harsh place to claim asylum, Canada is telling more people than ever that that’s where they ought to go

Down the Rabbit Hole: The Story of the UVic Bunnies

The University of Victoria got rid of its rabbits. Then the problems started elsewhere.

Sen. Paula Simons “unhopeful” about plan to make Google and Facebook pay for news

Government should’ve focused on “insane corporate concentration,” she says, rather than the notion the platforms are “stealing” content

“I thought this would be about hope. But we’re not at a point of hope yet.”

Instead, canadaLANDBACK offers Indigenous women’s stories of resilience

The unravelling of “Buy Black Birchtown”

How a plan to create a BIPOC retreat in Nova Scotia went off the rails

That time the RCMP taped themselves planning a “smear campaign”

The new canadaLANDBACK looks at how the Canadian state lost the PR war at Kanesatake, and vowed to never do so again

How a “scarcity mindset” leads to infighting between marginalized groups

“We never get jealous of the people who get all the air space,” explains Emilie Nicolas. “We get jealous of the person who gets a crumb a little bit bigger than ours.”