25 Best Canadian Journalism Blogs and Websites

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Canadian Journalism Blogs

Here are 25 Best Canadian Journalism Blogs you should follow in 2023

1. National Observer

National Observer Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Canada's National Observer publishes investigative reporting, in-depth analysis, solutions journalism, multi-media features, opinion, and daily news coverage. We are committed to producing journalism that is accurate, fair, and complete, and our journalists strive to act with honesty, transparency, and independence.
Also in Canadian News Websites, Canadian News Magazines
35.4K 68.5K 1.8K 2 posts / day Get Email Contact

2. Rabble

Rabble Toronto, Ontario, Canada
An essential part of a balanced media diet, rabble.ca is the go-to site for progressive journalism and dialogue about national politics and social movements. We publish news and opinion that ensures readers can engage with the most pressing political issues of our time through a range of progressive views. We work to introduce readers to tomorrow's public intellectuals, tomorrow's leaders, and tomorrow's bright new ideas or visions.
Also in Canadian Conservative News Websites
21.1K 42.2K 3 posts / day Get Email Contact

3. The Narwhal

The Narwhal Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
The Narwhal's team of investigative journalists dives deep to tell stories about Canada's natural environment you can't find anywhere else except their blog. We tell stories Canada's big news outlets miss and hustle to help our readers make sense of complex issues. As a non-profit online magazine, our goal is to bring evidence-based news and analysis to the surface for all Canadians.
37.9K 33.1K 4 posts / week Get Email Contact

4. The Logic

The Logic Toronto, Ontario, Canada
At The Logic, we believe the best days of journalism are ahead of us, with readers at our core. We are committed to providing intelligent, nuanced and insightful journalism. We report with compassion, fairness and facts. We aren't out to score cheap shots or take snarky jabs. Our community deserves better. We treat our readers the way we all deserve to be treated: with honesty, humility, a sense of humour and, most of all, with humanity.s
779 10.2K 1 post / day Get Email Contact

5. Ricochet Media

Ricochet Media Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Ricochet is an audacious response to a difficult context. Independent, dedicated to investigative journalism and incisive opinion, Ricochet seeks to illuminate the cultural and political diversity within Canada.
20.8K 19.7K 2 posts / week Get Email Contact

6. Journalists for Human Rights

Journalists for Human Rights Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Journalists for Human Rights (JHR) is Canada's leading media development organization. We train journalists to report on human rights and governance issues in their communities.
Also in Human Rights Blogs
10.8K 13.7K 348 2 posts / quarter Get Email Contact

7. World Federation of Science Journalists

World Federation of Science Journalists Montreal, Quebec, Canada
With a clear mission, vision, and path forward, the World Federation of Science Journalists continues to be a pillar of the Science Journalism community. The WFSJ encourages strong, critical coverage of issues in science and technology, the environment, health and medicine, agriculture, and related fields.
335 18K 4 posts / month Get Email Contact

8. Academic Matters

Academic Matters Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Academic Matters explores issues of relevance to higher education in Ontario, other provinces in Canada, and globally. It is a forum for a thoughtful and thought-provoking, original, and engaging discussion of current trends in postsecondary education and consideration of academe's future direction.
Also in Canada Education Blogs
372 1.7K 7 posts / month Dec 2008 Get Email Contact

9. Consider This

Consider This Cobourg, Ontario, Canada
This is a site about journalism, in practice and in theory. In particular it is about hyperocal news: the creation, distribution and consumption of news in hamlets, villages, towns and small cities in rural Canada. Through its journalism and other materials, it explores providing journalism to these audiences.
269 1.4K 2 posts / week Get Email Contact

10. Edmonton Journal

Edmonton Journal Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Edmonton Journal provide relevant and reliable news and information to the Edmonton community. They remain Edmonton's most trusted voice, providing a professional perspective on news, business, sports and entertainment that's read by more northern Albertans than any other daily newspaper.
136.9K 189.9K 79.6K 7 posts / day Get Email Contact

11. Halifax Examiner » Journalism

Halifax Examiner » Journalism Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
The Halifax Examiner was founded by investigative reporter Tim Bousquet. Bousquet is responsible for fearless investigative reporting that makes a difference, and the Halifax Examiner continues that tradition. It is an independent, adversarial news site devoted to holding the powerful accountable.
50K 1 post / month Get Email Contact

12. Barriere Star Journal

Barriere Star Journal Barriere, British Columbia, Canada
Get current local news, crime, politics, weather, sports, entertainment, arts, features, obituaries, real estate, and all other stories relevant to residents of Barriere, B.C., Canada.
1.1K 22 posts / day Get Email Contact

13. Joey Coleman

Joey Coleman Canada
Hi, I'm Joey Coleman, a journalist in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada who is an open data activist, engaged citizen, and proud blogger. This is my personal website or the place I try to break the Internet, which does include archives of my pre-2014 journalistic activities, and personal blog posts going back to November 2004.
1.7K 17.7K 2 posts / month Get Email Contact

14. Carleton

Carleton Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
What began as a small School with one Journalism program and seven students in 1945 has grown into an innovative and diverse multi-program community some 1,900-strong.
34 4.3K 1 post / week Get Email Contact

15. Ryerson University » Journalism

Ryerson University » Journalism Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Study journalism and change the world. Search for the truth and create insightful and engaging news stories. Cultivate transferable and marketable skills in interviewing, critical thinking, and research. Learn to put current events in context, and understand key issues and trends. Develop professional writing and storytelling techniques for text, audio, visual and social-media formats.
82.6K 129 4 posts / day Get Email Contact

16. Fagstein

Fagstein Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Hi. My name's Steve Faguy. I'm a thirty-something geek freelance journalist who lives in Montreal. This blog is about my various thoughts.
1 post / month Get Email Contact

17. The Thunderbird

The Thunderbird Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
The Thunderbird is the award-winning student publication of the Graduate School of Journalism at the University of British Columbia. It showcases the work of the students in the Integrated Journalism course. The course offers an integrated approach to journalism education, with students taught to be able to work across print, broadcast, and online mediums.
30 posts / year Get Email Contact

18. Seneca Journalism

Seneca Journalism Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Seneca Journalism is dedicated to Journalism, featuring articles on current affairs and trends from Canada and around the world. Other major news categories to explore are Lifestyle, Health, Sports, and more delivering news with accuracy and sincerity.
471 95 4 posts / week Get Email Contact

19. Global Journalism Innovation Lab

Global Journalism Innovation Lab Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
The Global Journalism Innovation Lab researches new approaches to journalism. Our research teams are looking at how new revenue models, new policy frameworks, and new modes of audience engagement can support informed, knowledge-based journalism so that it can continue to fulfill its essential public role in the 21st century.
92 1 post / quarter Get Email Contact

20. University of Calgary » Journalism

University of Calgary » Journalism Calgary, Alberta, Canada
The following section of the University of Calgary is dedicated to Journalism, providing news and daily updates from Canada and around the world. As a public post-secondary institution in Alberta, we have a responsibility to the citizens of this province to operate the university efficiently, accountably, and transparently. We're never afraid to question conventional wisdom, and we share what we find openly and eagerly.
58.1K 65.2K 9 posts / year Get Email Contact

21. Waubgeshig Rice

Waubgeshig Rice Canada
Waubgeshig Rice is an author and journalist originally from Wasauksing First Nation. Waub got his first taste of journalism in 1996 as an exchange student in Germany. He graduated from Ryerson University's journalism program in 2002. He's worked in a variety of news media since, reporting for CBC News for the bulk of his career.
3.8K 56.1K Get Email Contact

22. Steve Silva

Steve Silva Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada
My name is Steve Silva. I live in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada. Telling stories, especially via video, is my passion. I've worked for CBC News, Global News, and OpenFile. My work has appeared in the Etobicoke Guardian, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Moyers & Company, The Canadian Press, and the Toronto Star. I earned a bachelor of journalism degree from Ryerson University in 2012.
239 1.9K 1 post / year Get Email Contact

23. The Journalism Doctor

The Journalism Doctor Bewdley, Ontario, Canada
John Gordon Miller is a media critic who blogs on issues of journalistic practice and the law. When a PM sues Journalism has limits Case against Maclean's
2 posts / quarter Get Email Contact

24. The Griffins' Nest

The Griffins' Nest Canada
The Griffins' Nest is Eric Hamber's student-led, independent newspaper. Publishing all year round, Our team of student journalists work to research, write, and edit articles on a wide variety of topics and issues for Hamber's newspaper of record for distribution it to the student body and community. We take pride in our history of exceptional work by our reporters.
498 11 posts / year Get Email Contact

Canadian Journalism Bloggers

Top Authors, Journalists, and Publishers covering Canadian Journalism. Get Spreadsheet.
Blogger Name Email Blog Link Total Blog Posts
The Canadian Press barrierestarjournal.com 1988
Associated Press barrierestarjournal.com 511
Kellen Taniguchi edmontonjournal.com 446
Anna Junker edmontonjournal.com 413
Wire Service barrierestarjournal.com 394
Hamdi Issawi edmontonjournal.com 290
David Staples, Edmonton Journal edmontonjournal.com 277
Edmonton Journal edmontonjournal.com 270
Lisa Johnson edmontonjournal.com 238
Fish Griwkowsky edmontonjournal.com 233
Cole Schisler barrierestarjournal.com 225
Jonny Wakefield edmontonjournal.com 218
Lauren Boothby edmontonjournal.com 204
Ashley Joannou edmontonjournal.com 194
Tom Fletcher barrierestarjournal.com 194
Bill Mah, Edmonton Journal edmontonjournal.com 183
Bruce McCurdy, Cult of Hockey edmontonjournal.com 180
Nathan Martin edmontonjournal.com 180
Postmedia News edmontonjournal.com 177
Allison Pelech edmontonjournal.com 168
David J. Climenhaga rabble.ca 162
Claire Young, Calgary Herald edmontonjournal.com 137
Dustin Cook edmontonjournal.com 136
Jill Hayward barrierestarjournal.com 132
Black Press Media Staff barrierestarjournal.com 122
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