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Author: MalisaThoudsanikone

Journalists sit in chairs that are set in a straight row on a stage. Moderator, Joyce Napier, stands at a podium in the middle.

Carleton panel discusses how to combat cyberbullying of female journalists

As the world grows more digitized, female journalists find themselves more and more vulnerable to intense cyberbullying.  The urgent issue and some possible solutions were explored during panel discussion on Dec. 1 at Carleton University.  The in-person and online event, titled “Journalists and Online Hate: What to do when the battlefield is everywhere,” was hosted by Carleton’s School of Journalism...
A statue of Queen Elizabeth riding on a horse stands amongst a copse of trees.

Ottawa’s Black and Indigenous communities hope mourning of Queen’s death will spark new era of apologies and social change

On a dreary Monday in downtown Ottawa, mourners recently gathered to mark the death and commemorate the life of Queen Elizabeth II. Members of the RCMP marched down Elgin Street to the steady beat of drums and the piercing timbre of bagpipes. While many are saddened by the Queen’s passing, Ottawa’s Black and Indigenous communities are grappling with complicated emotions...