Four years have passed since Black Tuesday, a day that saw the biggest job losses in Canadian newspaper history. What's changed?
I spoke at an agricultural producers conference last week and it became apparent to me that social media can be public enemy number 1 in a crisis situation.
Connor McDavid has made an incredible recovery from a serious knee injury, but the reporters who cover the game totally whiffed on how bad it was.
Now that the fuss over whether people writing stories for Alberta's War Room has died down, we need to question whether others really are unbiased reporters and journalists?
Twitter has been used for years for politicians to take shots at competitors from other parties. Now it's being used to criticize politicians from different levels of government. Here's why it's wrong.
Much of the discussion during the federal election campaign is about how the news media is covering it. Maybe we should just stick to the issues?
Consumers can now fight back when they get bad service or buy a poor product, but what do you do when your company hasn't done anything wrong?