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Canadian Points of View This link opens in a new window
(EBSCO) Provides access to essays with differing points of view on current issues. Essays include an overview, arguments, counter arguments and a guide to Critical Thinking.
Communication and Mass Media Complete (CMMC) This link opens in a new window
(EBSCO) Provides access to research in areas related to communication and mass media. Many journals have indexing, abstracts, and full-text from their first issues to the present.
Communications and Mass Media Collection This link opens in a new window
(Gale) Provides access to research in areas related to communications and mass media.
Opposing Viewpoints in Context This link opens in a new window
(Gale) Provides access to a comprehensive resource offering differing points of view on current social issues with pro and con articles, topic overviews and biographies of social activists.
Media Names and Numbers This link opens in a new window
(Sources) This online resource gives instant access to up-to-date contact information for print and broadcast media outlets across Canada, searchable by media type, subject, geography, language, ownership, and spokesperson expertise.
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History of Canadian Broadcasting
Canadian Communications Foundation
"Project for Excellence in Journalism is a research organization dedicated to tying to understand the performance of the news media and the revolution transforming information."
J-Source.ca: The Canadian Journalism Project
"Our goal is to promote national discussion about journalism as well as providing a source for news, research, commentary, advice and resources for industry professionals, scholars and students."
The Public Policy Forum has some bold suggestions for how independent, trustworthy news can survive in the digital age.