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The Canadian Association of Journalists is pleased to announce that Minister of Canadian Heritage Mélanie Joly will participate in a keynote question and answer session at the CAJ’s annual national conference in Ottawa on April 28.

The bilingual sit-down conversation with the federal government’s point-person on the current state of Canadian media and its broader cultural context will touch on policy developments aimed at helping the news business, Joly’s perspective on the future of the news industry in Canada, and more.

Register today to take advantage of the conference early bird rates.

http://caj.ca/blog.php?name=caj17-joly-heritage

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The White House must give the press equal treatment. Read our open letter on the exclusion of certain news orgs: http://caj.ca/blog.php?name=white-house-relationship-with-press

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The Ottawa CAJ chapter is hosting this event at noon. Join us or follow the live stream on the event page http://ow.ly/anTK305Rg13 #CAJevents

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ICYMI: UN offers The Rebel press accreditation for climate conference after environment minister’s intervention, by Sean Craig.

"The UNFCC explicitly cited letters it received from Environment Canada, Canadian Journalists for Free Expression (CFJE), PEN Canada and the Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) as motivation for the reversal of its decision." http://ow.ly/djjM305NwHW

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Are you, or do you know an indigenous journalist that is passionate about storytelling and investigative journalism? We have extended the application deadline for the @aptn/@CAJ investigative journalism fellowship to Monday, Sept. 26. Apply now, and share widely! http://ow.ly/oTJh304q27u

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You have until Sept. 12 to get your application in for our joint fellowship with the the Aga Khan Foundation for International Development Reporting.

Winners receive $25K to undertake a substantial overseas reporting project that helps Canadians gain a greater understanding of development issues.

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Applications are now open for our inaugural 12-week Aboriginal Investigative Journalism Fellowship with APTN. The recipient will work on a full-length piece of original, investigative journalism that would air on APTN Investigates.

The deadline to apply is Sept. 18. All the information you need is available here:

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ICYMI we announced a new fellowship for First Nations, Inuit, and Métis journalists with @APTN http://ow.ly/pncW301HjFZ #Indigenous

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To figure out what’s happening with local news we went to the source. Learn more w our archived liveblog: http://ow.ly/scHc3026H0D

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To reporters, fellowships seem like a great get, but have you ever wondered what editors think? More from our panel: http://ow.ly/sr073026GBH
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