Do the Side Hustle

When British Columbia shifted from a BC Liberal government to an NDP one in May 2017, legislative reporters Richard Zussman and Rob Shaw went behind-the-scenes to chronicle the dramatic political campaign. By spring 2018, they had published their tell-all book, A Matter of Confidence. Many reporters, immersed in their beat, eventually decide to turn their […]

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Keeping Up Appearances

Women journalists are no strangers to dealing with sexism in the workplace. And while progress has been made in recent decades amongst women in the industry, resistance to their success—and challenges not faced by their male colleagues—remain. Margo Goodhand knows well some of the struggles that face women journalists. Goodhand was the first female editor […]

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Collected Tweets

Langara Journalism Review’s list of voices to follow is a selection of prominent B.C. journalists who provide in-depth coverage of the province. While much of their work is published in mainstream news outlets, these journalists provide extra reporting and insight from their Twitter accounts. Travis Lupick, Andrea Woo and Nick Eagland are focused on the […]

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Last Word with Jon Woodward

In the 10 years he’s worked at CTV Vancouver, investigative reporter Jon Woodward has covered everything from gang wars to provincial politics. Before joining CTV, he also served as associate producer on The Pig Farm, a documentary on Vancouver’s missing murdered women and Robert Pickton. He spoke to LJR about his journalistic journey.  You have a […]

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