Public Broadcasting: Its Past and Its Future by Sue Gardner
InMedia MonitorPublished by
An exploration of public media 50 years after the passage of the public broadcasting act.
Statement from FRIENDS on the election of a Liberal minority government
InPress ReleasesonSeptember 22nd, 2021
“Throughout the 2021 federal election FRIENDS and our thousands of supporters worked tirelessly to make sure that standing up for Canadian voices was an issue of importance to candidates across the country."
Réflexions sous les étoiles
InFriendly BriefonJuly 20th, 2021
Rien de mieux que le cinéma d'ici sous un ciel étoilé!
Rions ensemble cet été
InFriendly BriefonJuly 12th, 2021
Ces humoristes d'ici vous feront rire à n'en plus finir!
Digital Services Tax consultation
InPolicy BriefsonJune 18th, 2021
FRIENDS has submitted a policy brief on the Digital Services Tax consultation to the Ministry of Finance following the release of Budget 2021.
Canadians support making big tech play by our rules and contribute to Canadian storytelling
InPress ReleasesonJune 16th, 2021
Christopher CheungonJune 6th, 2021
This year's Dalton Camp Award-winning essay is by Christopher Cheung called Blind Spots, which gives us a powerful reflection on the importance of representation and on-the-ground community reporting in Canadian journalism.
Christopher Cheung wins 2021 Dalton Camp Award and $10,000 prize for his essay Blind Spots
Diversity of Voices
InPress ReleasesonJune 6th, 2021
Christopher Cheung is the winner of the 2021 Dalton Camp Award for his essay Blind Spots, a powerful reflection on the importance of representation and on-the-ground community reporting in Canadian journalism.