News/research from teacher-journalist Robert J. Ballantyne

Twenty-five kinds of Indigenous research projects

Claiming A methodology that makes “claims and assertions about our rights and dues… They teach both the non-Indigenous audience and the new generations of Indigenous peoples an official account of their collective story. But, importantly, it is a history which has no ending because it assumes that once justice has been done to the people […]

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?

Engaging youth in the reconciliation process

The second annual MĂ mawi Together: Youth for Reconciliation Day united students from across Ottawa to create their own Reconciliation Legacy Projects

CBC: As It Happens: Four academics apply to share one lucrative U of Alberta position

I produced, researched and edited this exclusive story for CBC Radio's As It Happens.

CBC: Marketplace: The Busted Edition

I was a producer, director and researcher on this episode of CBC TV's investigative consumer show.

CBC: The National: ‘Deal 55’

I was a producer and director on this report for CBC TV's flagship national newscast.