News

Of energy futures, jobs in 2030, and what it’s like to be the new #ndpldr in Ottawa https://t.co/xcWQdFIB3D #cdnpoli — Trish Audette-Longo (@taudette) October 19, 2017  

Resilience

My piece on how prayers were entered into the record during the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline hearings is part of this beautiful collection of essays, published by Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities and co-edited by Susie O’Brien and Cheryl Lousley. Read their introduction here, drawing links across case studies and conceptualizations of environmental…

Summer updates

I contributed some teaching, workshopping, and writing ideas for environmental journalism for @theshorelinedoc pic.twitter.com/3RzqmLJWPD — Trish Audette-Longo (@taudette) July 5, 2017 Such a pleasure to work with @emcsheff tonight on breaking news: https://t.co/yFCXBEQ9y5 #bcpoli @NatObserver … — Trish Audette-Longo (@taudette) June 30, 2017 You can take the girl out of #ableg but … https://t.co/rnR6gkyHoJ @NatObserver…

“Tout Cela Est…”

In 2014, in the midst of Quebec’s provincial election, Mariam Esseghaier, Marie Eve Lefebvre and I finished and released our online documentary, “Tout Cela Est…: Communicating the Charter of Quebec Values/Communiquer la charte des valeurs québécoises.” Since, we’ve spent a great deal of time reflecting on the video project, how it was meant to intervene in…

Twelve years later …

Today I dug up a story I wrote for The Standard in St. Catharines, Ont., published Dec. 29, 2004. As I described in the tweets below, it’s a story that has always stayed with me, but one that has more resonance at the moment, as we hear of more people risking so much to seek…

Journalism futures

I’ve published two pieces this fall that take up questions of the future of journalism in Canada, both written since the latest announcement of another round of Postmedia buyouts and Rogers Communications Inc.’s decision to scale back its magazine printing schedules. My review of Vivian Smith’s (2015) book, Outsiders Still: Why Women Journalists Love–And Leave–Their…

“Freedom Train: Mobilizing alternative media”

An article I have been working on for some time was published in the International Journal of Communication in August. Here is the abstract: “In 2012, as efforts grew to move more Canadian oil into international markets, members of a group of First Nations communities undertook a cross-country protest to protect their lands from pipeline…

“Towards a blueprint for a new free press”

For those who missed Journalist Interrupted at MacEwan University in May, you can find streamed video from the event here or read J-Source‘s live coverage here. Co-organizer Brian Gorman and I also wrote an op-ed for The Edmonton Journal, which you can read online here. I would love to hear from anyone who has had time…