Media Partners

CBC/Radio-Canada is Canada’s national public broadcaster and one of its largest cultural institutions. The Corporation is a leader in reaching Canadians on new platforms and delivers a comprehensive range of radio, television, Internet, and satellite-based services. Deeply rooted in the regions, CBC/Radio-Canada is the only domestic broadcaster to offer diverse regional and cultural perspectives in English, French and eight Aboriginal languages, plus seven languages for international audiences.

With 95.3 million digital unique visitors in September 2017, The Washington Post is one of the leading news organizations in the United States and one of the fastest growing in the world.

Vice is the world’s leading youth media company specializing in creating, distributing, and monetizing original content globally. VICE’s capabilities stretch into just about every aspect of modern media and its 360-degree approach ensures that it not only creates the content, but that it also distributes, promotes, and sells it via its network of advertorial sites.

Maclean’s is Canada’s leading English-language current affairs magazine, founded in 1905, with 2.3 million readers, covering politics, international affairs, social issues, business and culture – with provocative takes and exclusive investigations.

Foreign Policy is the leading international source for global news, providing an evolving network of world-leading insights and analysis coupled with rapidly expanding original reporting. Leaders are set apart by vision, the ability to see over the horizon and anticipate change. For them, the secret to doing so is being able to depend on trusted advisors like the FP Group — a world leader in the provision of insight and analysis on global affairs. Today FP’s role in making sense of the world has become increasingly essential, a trend made evident by FP’s explosive growth over the past three years.


Postmedia Network Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Postmedia Network Canada Corp., is the largest publisher by circulation of paid English-language daily newspapers in Canada, including the top English-language papers in Ottawa, Montreal, Vancouver, Victoria, Edmonton, Calgary, Saskatoon, Regina, and Windsor, Ontario. Nationally, Postmedia also publishes the National Post.

The Boston Globe is New England’s leading newspaper and winner of 21 Pulitzer Prizes.

STAT is a new U.S. publication focused on finding and telling compelling stories about health, medicine, and scientific discovery. We produce daily news, investigative articles, and narrative projects in addition to multimedia features. We tell our stories from the places that matter to our readers – research labs, hospitals, executive suites, and political campaigns.

The Walrus is a general interest magazine about Canada and its place in the world. We publish long-form journalism, essays, fiction, poetry, illustrations, and photography by Canada’s best writers and artists. Our mandate is to educate and our journalism is edited and fact checked to the highest standards

The Dallas Morning News is the fifth largest metropolitan newspaper in the United States, read by almost 700,000 people throughout North Texas – making it Texas’ largest newspaper. The newspaper has won nine Pulitzer prizes since 1986, as well as two George Polk Awards and an Overseas Press Club Award.

TVO provides learning opportunities for Ontarians through innovative educational products, in-depth current affairs, groundbreaking documentaries, and award-winning TVOKids resources both inside and outside the classroom.

The Canadian Press is Canada’s national news agency. It is a dynamic, agile, bilingual news service, driven by leading-edge technology and the ability to serve multimedia news to multiple platforms. It provides real-time text, photos, audio, graphics, video and online services to newspapers, broadcasters, publishers, websites, wireless carriers, cable companies, government and corporate clients.

First published in 1956 in the U.K., New Scientist is a weekly science and technology magazine read by 778,593 people worldwide each week. With a wealth of daily content added to the New Scientist website that doesn’t appear in the magazine, attracts a large worldwide audience of readers looking to stay instantly up to date with the latest news and developments from the worlds of science and technology.

OpenCanada is a digital publication sitting at the intersection of public policy, scholarship and journalism. We produce multimedia content to explain, analyze and tell stories about the increasingly complex and rapidly shifting world of foreign policy and international affairs. We partner with national and international media, and co-produce major international affairs sites and series including Arctic Deeply with News Deeply and The Lind Initiative with UBC.


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The Conversation Canada launched in June 2017. The Conversation is an independent source of news and views, from the academic and research community, delivered direct to the public.


CIUT 89.5 FM is Toronto’s preeminent, listener-supported, presenter of leading-edge music and spoken-word programming since 1966. Firmly rooted in the University of Toronto community, CIUT’s programming reaches and represents the community at large and encompasses a wide panorama of styles and expressions. We provide an alternative to mainstream media, provide community access to the airwaves, and offer programming that reflects the diverse elements of the communities we serve. We draw on the wide-ranging talents and global interests of students, faculty and community members, and provide opportunities for volunteers to learn about and participate in radio-related activities. Above all, CIUT 89.5 FM exists to serve its listeners. We seek to stimulate, educate, entertain and challenge our audiences, and to meet listener needs that are not currently addressed by other broadcast media.


Solutions Journalism Network is reimagining the news. They support and connect journalists interested in doing solutions journalism, rigorous reporting about how people are responding to problems. They do this in three ways: (1) advising and supporting media outlets around the country in creating high-impact solutions reporting projects; (2) developing educational tools and resources to build journalists’ skills in solutions reporting and editing; and (3) connecting and supporting those interested in how social problems are being solved.