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Reckoning and Upheaval at Ryerson’s J-School
What happened when longstanding tensions finally came to the surface
“It was like it never happened”
That time the Ontario government paid a group of women to cut themselves off, smoke punishing amounts of cannabis, and weave belts
Mental Health and the Media
Journalists say intense workload and financial hardships were a bigger concern during COVID-19 than actually contracting the virus.   
CANADALAND
#311 Let’s Talk About Bell’s Harmful Prison Phone Contract
Every year, Bell shines the spotlight on mental health for Let’s Talk Day. So we’re taking a look at their prison phone contract, which advocates say exacerbate mental health problems for inmates.
CANADALAND
#309 A War Reporter’s Newsroom Battles
Why did the Toronto Star try to stop Paul Watson from reporting on a story?
CANADALAND
#290 What It’s Like To Want To Die
Reporter Anna Mehler Paperny talks about her book "Hello I Want to Die Please Fix Me: Depression in the First Person"
Short Cuts
#175 Conspiracy And Speculation In The Danforth Shooting
The mass shooting in Toronto's Danforth neighbourhood quickly headed into dangerous conspiracy territory. And should members of government be forced to endure Twitter trolls?
Nova Scotia Paper Shows How Not To Report On Suicide
"What the Cape Breton Post did was a danger to the public," expert says