INCA students tackle water issues with investigative journalism

Photo above: Students Charmaine Ermine, Mercedes Redman and Jaida Beaudin-Herney testing water samples with the aid of the IIJ’s Michael Wrobel. Regina – Students at the First Nations University of Canada have led the way in a major investigation into First Nations water issues, as part of a national collaboration coordinated by the Institute for Investigative Journalism at Concordia University. […]

New course will teach how to become an environmental watchdog

Students will learn how to keep an eye on polluters that impact their communities through a new Indigenous Studies course coordinated by the Indigenous Communication Arts Program. The course, INDG 490 – Applied Investigative Journalism Techniques for Indigenous Students, is a directed studies and research course led by Patricia Elliott, an INCA lecturer and associate professor of journalism. It will […]