Laura Robinson on how an upcoming hearing into the RCMP's investigation of allegations against John Furlong will be playing out in a new social...
August 2, 2021
Sports Radio Still A Boys Club, Says Former Host
Despite a "commitment to diversity," representation of women lags in sports media
April 1, 2021
By Alexi Dubois
#256 Good Faith, Bad Information
Has the messaging about whether to wear a face mask been contradictory? How do you report on sports in a world without them? And a roundup of the bad COVID-19 coverage from the last week.
April 1, 2020
#197 I Don’t Speak Sports
Sports journalism is facing many of the same issues as other facets of the industry: declining ad revenues, job insecurities, and too much content vying for too few eyeballs.
September 5, 2017
Remembering Subservient Chicken
Author Pasha Malla recommends one of his favourite novels, the song that makes him speed, the band he was overly keen towards and an athlete's face.
January 18, 2017
Sports Music For Goths
Pasha Malla and Jeff Parker find the poetry in press conferences. Hazel Meyer redefines fantasy sports. Nick Grottick wants you to smell the song.
November 30, 2016
Bell Media Licensed An Event That Could Kill 4,000 People
Media reports estimate that 4,000 migrant workers in Qatar will die in the lead-up to the 2022 FIFA World Cup because of the substandard working and...
April 23, 2015
By Sean Craig
August 4, 2014
By Jesse Brown
#43 The Score
The Score is a digital-first, globally popular Canadian media company that's growing each year. So why did its well-loved feature writing team just get the axe? Former features editor Dustin Parkes explains.