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The Local is looking for a talented, Toronto-based journalist to join our team as a full-time, permanent staff reporter to cover beats like public education and labour.
We’re thrilled to introduce this year’s Local Journalism Fellows: Khadija Alam, Mobólúwajídìde (“Bo”) D. Joseph, Daysha Loppie, and Sakeina Syed.
The honours include gold in the General Excellence category for the third year in a row.
We’re honoured to have received nominations for three National Magazine Awards and two Digital Publishing Awards, including for General Excellence.
Every year The Local conducts a diversity survey among staff and contributors. See how we did in 2022.
Now in its fourth year, the program provides training and mentorship to aspiring and emerging journalists from communities underrepresented in Canadian media. Applications are now open.
Favourite reporting moments, overlooked stories, heaviest furniture to carry up four flights of stairs—a Local staff 2022 roundtable.
Help us reach our $25,000 goal!
Join us for a 20-week newsroom internship, supported by Journalists for Human Rights’ Enhanced Access to Opportunity for BIPOC Youth in Canadian Media program.
Now in its third year, our fellowship program has become central to The Local’s mission and identity.
The honour includes the prestigious Editor Grand Prix for senior editor Nicholas Hune-Brown.
We took home the prize for Best News Coverage and, for the second year in a row, General Excellence
Without amendments, Bill C-18 risks disproportionately benefitting large news organizations and shutting out digital startups and independent media.
The recognition includes nine Digital Publishing Awards and three National Magazine Awards.
The award recognizes Fatima Syed’s groundbreaking reporting of the pandemic in Peel region.
This year, The Local’s contributor pool grew in diversity, with 73 percent of respondents identifying as racialized.
Now in its third year, the program provides training and mentorship to aspiring and emerging journalists from communities underrepresented in Canadian media. Applications are now open.
A reporter with a talent for investigative data journalism, Inori will strengthen our coverage of health and social issues in Toronto.
The Local was the third-most awarded publication, behind only The Globe and Mail and Radio-Canada.