Volume 1 Issue 1 /Tome 1 numéro 1

Welcome to Facts & Frictions/ Bienvenue à Faits & Frictions

by P.W. Elliott, Editor-in-Chief / Rédactrice en chef

Volume 1 Issue 1, Introduction

Canadian access to information and journalism: Obstacles and opportunities

by Margaret Thompson, Elyse Amend and Luisa Marini, Department of Journalism, Concordia University

Volume 1 Issue 1, Article

A woman hauling a large bolder wrapped in rope up a hill

Le Passionné, le Surchargé, le Méritocratisé et le Déprimé

by Samuel Lamoureux, Faculté de communication, Université du Québec à Montréal

Volume 1 Issue 1, Article

The 2018 DNIC cohort -- Front row, from left: Natasha Campagna (director of marketing at DMZ), Asmaa Malik (journalism professor and expert-in-residence) , Nancy Cho, Mario Vasilescu (Readefined), Jacie deHoop, Ellen Hyslop and Roslyn McLarty (the Gist), Uzair Chutani (expert in residence). Back row, from left: Jehan Watson (Readefined), Armel Beaudry Kembe (Trebble), Jamil Dibe (Readefined), Jeremy Klazus (The Sprawl), Sukh Singh (Ground News).

The Future of Canadian Journalism and Digital Media

by Matthew Guida, Carleton University

Volume 1 Issue 1, Article

Councillor Kevin King of Kiashke Zaaging Anishinaabek-Gull Bay First Nation (KZA), speaking with Concordia students.

Journalism Education and Call to Action 86

Research note by Aphrodite Salas, Department of Journalism, Concordia University and Samantha Stevens, School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies, Carleton University

Volume 1 Issue 1, Research Notes

Television control room with a wall of monitors showing colour bars. A large switcher with many buttons in the foreground

The end of CBC? Book review

Review by Daniel Bernhard

Volume 1 Issue 1, Book Review

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