Content that relates to journalism, including the occupation itself, research and writing methods, and the process of production and distribution of news and current affairs reporting.

Sandy Hudson on prioritizing leisure over work

We currently need to work to live, but is that the only reality? What are the paths to make leisure a priority as well in society?

Madonna on the autobiographical

“It’s boring to be completely autobiographical,” Madonna balked to Cosmopolitan.

Miranda Priestly on the impact of choices made by authority, influential media

...that sweater is not just blue, it’s not turquoise, it’s not lapis, it’s actually cerulean

The dark side of resilience

Harvard Business Review | Could too much resilience be a bad thing, just like too much muscle mass can be a bad thing?

The psychological trick that can make rewards backfire in video games

Game Makers' Toolkit | Goals and rewards can be a great way to motivate players to learn, but in certain circumstances, they can actually backfire on you

Letting tech giants like Facebook regulate themselves ‘simply not working,’ says minister

Global News: The West Block | "These platforms can't regulate themselves. We've tried that," said Canadian Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault

Michel Foucault on asking questions of and about power

I am sure I’ll never get the answer; but that does not mean that we don’t have to ask the question

Canadian artist Frederick Varley on the horrors of World War I

I'm going to paint a picture of it, but heavens, it can't say a thousandth part of a story. We'd be healthier to forget, & that we never can

Lieutenant Gitz Rice’s World War I trench song

Oh my! I don't want to die, I want to go home.

Canadian soldier Louis Keene on the realities of World War I

It’s all arranged for you, if there’s a bit of shell or a bullet with your name on it you’ll get it, so you’ve nothing to worry about