Sometimes journalists find their careers in newspapers. Other times, newspapers find them. For myself and fellow Calgarian, Bishop Grandin Highschool alum and friend Steve Warburton, it was a bit of both. As young men, neither of us set out to become newspaper men but fate, it seems, had other ideas. In January, the two us …
The show takes you inside the newsroom to take a closer look at how we do the news.
If you will excuse some shameless self-promotion, I am proud to say I was nominated for and won, a National Newspaper Award and an Ontario Newspaper Award recently.
Journalism and fake news in the era of Trump: A speech to the Rotary Club of St. Catharines
How to send me secure, anonymous news tips
On March 25, I was fortunate to join a small band of other local podcast hosts on the Niagara Podcasters Network for the Local Media Matters fundraising event. The event raised some money to help support the network, and it was a great opportunity to listen to the expanding roster of local media voices. A …
Greetings, readers of the Rant. The next episode of the Grant Rant Podcast will be recorded live at the Mahtay Cafe in St. Catharines as part of the Local Media Matter fundraiser for the Niagara Podcasters Network. The event is raising funds to support NPN’s work, and there is a full schedule of NPN’s shows …
The new Grant Rant Podcast launches today on the Niagara Podcasters Network
It’s not fake news when reporters hold government to account, ask hard questions, and dive deep into policy decisions.
It’s not fake news when journalists scrutinize the behaviour of elected representatives and how they spend the public’s money.
They say you shouldn’t trust a man with only one book, and the same goes with news. To stay informed, you should read more than one news source.