The Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ)
MISSION STATEMENT:The CAJ promotes excellence in journalism, encouraging investigative journalism. We serve as the national voice of Canadian journalists, and we uphold the public’s right to know.
GOALS:# To continue to build on the professional development foundation laid by more than 25 years of national conferences, awards, and writers’ symposia. # To provide members with network, advocacy and information services. # To encourage grass roots growth by encouraging regional and chapter activity. # To provide insight into the world of journalism and tools of the trade through "Media Magazine," our quarterly publication. # To partner with other journalism, advocacy or professional development organizations who share similar goals and beliefs. The Canadian Association of Journalists is a national non-profit public interest advocacy and professional development organization serving Canadian journalists from all media, including print, radio and television. It is the only group of its kind in Canada. Founded in 1978, and counting more than 1,500 active members across the country, the CAJ is run by a volunteer board of professional journalists.
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