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…

“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…