Simple turns of phrase or even the order in which a reporter introduces sources can hint at their inherent biases.
The University of Winnipeg Wesmen women's soccer team closed out their 2018 campaign with a narrow loss to the University of Saskatchewan Huskies on Oct. 20.
The first time I stepped in a newsroom, I shadowed a sports reporter who left me with one key piece of advice: don’t clap. If I wanted to be a journalist, I shouldn’t cheer, celebrate or reveal my biases while in the field.
When CBC announced their English-language broadcast team for the upcoming 2018 Olympic Winter Games, one seemingly subtle change went almost unnoticed. While Brenda Irving was the sole woman to call play-by-play for CBC during the 2016 Olympics, this year, she’s joined by another female commentator, Signa Butler.
Messages haven’t stopped pouring in to Aly Raposo’s inbox since #MeToo began trending on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram earlier this month.
Pink ribbons are back on the news, on the feet of NFL players and even on plastic wrap dispensers. And just like they are every October of late, breasts are on display.
Sometimes, shattering the glass ceiling can leave an entrepreneur under a microscope.
Menstrual cups aren’t one-size-fits-all. Countless articles weigh the size, shape and feel of the most popular models, and some writers talk about finding the “Goldilocks cup” – the one that fits just right.
Reducing barriers can allow more Manitobans to enjoy festival culture
Female artists slowly break into the boy’s club of Manitoba music festivals
Canada’s top dodgeball players will head to Winnipeg next year. In January, the city won the bid to host the third annual Canadian National Dodgeball Championship Tournament in April 2018, a move event director Mat Klachefsky calls a “huge win” for the local dodgeball community.
Treat social media as a public funeral, not a news ticker
Breaking down student athletic and rec fees
Reclaiming the G-word
1. Steinbach March for Equality
2. Honourable mentions: Judy Klassen named as interim Liberal leader, Robert-Falcon Ouellette tweeting he was against pipelines, civilian oversight of police, coverage of U.S. election at local bars
Language changes over time, Jennifer Clary-Lemon says. Now, the words people use to describe themselves and the world around them are evolving faster than ever before.