Chase Producer, CTV News Ottawa, Bell Media

Req Id: 258635 

At Bell, we do more than build world-class networks, develop innovative services and create original multiplatform media content – we’re revolutionizing how Canadians communicate.

If you’re ready to bring game-changing ideas to life and join a community that values bold ideas, professional growth and employee wellness, we want you on the Bell team. 

The Bell Media team creates and delivers the best Canadian and international content across our digital media, television, radio, and out-of-home advertising platforms. We’re looking for innovative team players ready to take some of the most well-known entertainment brands in the country to the next level.

Position: Chase Producer, CTV News Ottawa, Bell Media

Location: 100 Queen Street, Ottawa

Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience

Hours of Work: 40 hours per week. Overtime as required


  • Generating and chase producing interesting, original show ideas and current story ideas and angles for Power Play & CTV News Channel
  • Writing scripts and assisting in creating the lineup for Power Play and News Channel
  • Ability to cultivate contacts and solidify exclusive interviews for the show on a regular basis
  • Field producing taped segments and live remotes
  • Offering creative input into all levels of production (incl. creation, editing and packaging)
  • Other duties as assigned


  • Experience covering breaking news
  • Proven ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment
  • In-depth knowledge of Canadian politics, domestic/international news and current affairs
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Strong writing skills
  • Strong chasing skills are essential for this position
  • Experience in producing live and recorded programming
  • Proficient in iNews
  • Experience with posting on Social Media platforms
  • Exceptional communication skills 
  • French language skills an asset
  • Demonstrated ability to originate coverage on developing stories
  • Experience using video to tell stories

Bilingualism is an asset (English and French); adequate knowledge of French is required for positions in Quebec. 

Additional Information:

Please apply directly online to be considered for this role.  Applications through email will not be accepted.

Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process. For a confidential inquiry, simply email your recruiter directly or to make arrangements. If you have questions regarding accessible employment at Bell please email our Diversity & Inclusion Team at

At Bell, we don’t just accept difference – we celebrate it. We’re committed to fostering an inclusive, equitable, and accessible workplace where every team member feels valued, respected, and supported, and has the opportunity to reach their full potential. We welcome and encourage applications from people with disabilities.

Position Type: Non Management 
Job Status: Regular – Full Time 
Job Location: Canada : Ontario : Ottawa 
Application Deadline: 07/28/2020 

Internship: CityNews Montreal

Title: CityNews Montreal Intern
Type: Unpaid Internship
Organization: Citytv Montreal, part of Rogers Media Inc.
Location: 1200 McGill College, 8th floor, Montreal, QC
When: Fall 2020
Duration: September to December 2020 / minimum 120 hours
Deadline: August 11, 2020

Internship Summary
CityNews Montreal is seeking a 2nd or 3rd year Journalism or Communications students to serve as interns for Fall 2020. The successful candidate will be a dynamic person with strong writing skills, understanding local news around them, basic knowledge of television production procedures and equipment, strong social media skills as well as a genuine interest in all things Montreal.
As our intern, you will join the team who prepares and delivers Montreal’s most dynamic nightly newscast. You’ll work alongside our talented professionals, for a hands-on experience that will enhance your studies.

If this sounds like the challenge you are looking for, we look forward to meeting you.

Main Responsibilities
Write scripts and research ideas;
Book interviews;
Assist with the research and production of topical ‘streeters’ to support current affairs segments;
Prepare and post materials to social media;
Go out on the road with reporters and shadow, work together, and
Other duties as assigned

Be enrolled in the 2nd year (or beyond) of an undergraduate or graduate program in broadcasting, journalism, communications or other related fields;
Be seeking a placement under a formal, credited internship program;
Be available weekdays or weekends for day/evening shifts;
Excellent command of written English and the ability to speak/read both official languages;
Highly motived with proven multi-tasking and time management skills. Able to work in a fast-paced environment;
Experience posting to various social media platforms; and
Basic knowledge of video editing and TV production experience will be considered assets

How To Apply
Before August 11, send a letter of interest along with your CV, including 2 references to: indicating “CityNews Montreal Internship” in the subject field.

Journalist/Editor to Launch Advanced Technology Media Site

InterDigital (NASDAQ: IDCC), a mobile and video technology research and development company with almost 600 employees worldwide, is seeking an editor to help define and launch a media property dedicated to future wireless technologies and the use cases that will drive their adoption. This is a phenomenal opportunity for a journalist interested in advanced technology or science, and a tremendous career-building role becoming exposed to, and eventually a strong voice in, future technologies like wireless but also AR/VR, advanced gaming, smart cities, etc.

Initially scoped out as a website that will include a bi-weekly newsletter that will combine original and contributed content with curated news from around the industry, the position can grow with the success of the project and scope of the editor’s capabilities and ambition. Possibilities will include anything from podcasts to video blogs to online roundtables. This person will be the primary researcher, writer, and editor for the newsletter, but will work closely with the marketing and communications department and engineers throughout the company, as well as targeting interesting sources of content throughout the industry. This person will conduct colorful interviews, curate industry research and articles, and produce smart content around the potential for advanced wireless technology and the path before its realization. At launch, the property will have an established readership of tens of thousands, one of the largest in the wireless industry.

The position will begin as a full-time, paid internship as we spend the summer producing content and gauging the feasibility of the overall project. Once the feasibility is confirmed, we would transition to a full-time role. The editor will work from our offices in Montreal, and travel to our locations in the United States, France and London as well as to major conferences around the world.

Candidates must be self-starters, preferably with a background in technology or strong interest in the development of 6G technology and its applications, like visual technology, AR/VR, gaming, etc. The entrepreneurial spirit of the candidate is very important: the successful candidate will be helping us create the property.

Overall Responsibility

  • Newsletter Development and Editing
    • This person will research, curate, produce, and edit a bi-weekly 6G newsletter to be sent to a large industry database
  • Content Creation
    • This person is responsible for producing 2-3 pieces of original content related to 6G and its applications for the newsletter every week.
    • Original content for the newsletter will be produced from interviews with engineers and subject matter experts, exploration of industry research, and partner collaborations.
    • A significant challenge will be to reach beyond the company to researchers, thought leaders, regulators and other stakeholders around the world.
  • Content Curation
    • This person will monitor and curate external articles and op-eds, research, and events related to future wireless technologies and 6G for inclusion in the newsletter and media site.
  • Media Site Management
    • This person will maintain and update a 6G Media Site to serve as a repository for newsletter information, and a host for industry content and conversations related to future wireless and the technologies that will drive its adoption.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience and/or strong interest in cutting edge communications and visual technology
  • Strong writing and editing experience
  • Experience in other types of content creation – audio/podcasts, video, data journalism, social media, etc.
  • High level of organization skill, ability to multi-task and work with hard deadlines
  • Self-motivated and capable of managing a bi-weekly project from start to completion
  • Works well with internal staff and external database of SMEs and contacts to meet goals and deadlines, etc.
  • Attention to detail and technical accuracy, especially in editing and proofing.

Candidates can contact:

Patrick Van de Wille ( – +33 7 64 36 40 01

Roya Stephens ( – +1 (202) 349 1714


Journalist / Editor, Journaliste / Rédacteur, Trisotech

Founded in 1996, Trisotech ( is a world leader in digital transformation and has been selected as one of the 10 fastest growing companies in the field of business process automation by Business Headlines. We are looking for a Journalist / Writer. This person will join a multidisciplinary team that creates and maintains the various products offered by Trisotech.
We are hiring now as a permanent employee or freelancer. The selected person will work from home during the pandemic.
Publication and planning of articles in various medias
Publication and planning of articles on social networks
Contribution to the creativity of the content of pamphlets
Creation of articles on our products

1-3 years of experience as a writer / journalist with a bachelor’s degree in journalism, communication or other relevant fields
Essential bilingualism (French + English)
Good judgment, versatility and ability to work without close supervision
Able to work in a rapidly changing environment
Adaptable and organized

Contact: Jacques Demers:

Fondée en 1996, Trisotech ( est un leader mondial dans la transformation numérique et a été sélectionné comme l’une des 10 compagnies avec la croissance la plus rapide dans le domaine de l’automatisation des processus d’affaires par Business Headlines. Nous recherchons un Journaliste/rédacteur. Cette personne se joindra à une équipe multidisciplinaire qui crée et maintienne les différents produits proposés par Trisotech.

Nous embauchons maintenant en tant qu’employé permanent ou pigiste. La personne sélectionnée travaillera à domicile pendant la pandémie.


Publication et planification d’articles dans des revues
Publication et planification d’articles sur les réseaux sociaux
Contribution à la créativité du contenu de pamphlets
Création d’articles sur nos produits


1-3 ans d’expérience comme rédacteur/journaliste un baccalauréat en journalisme, communication ou autre domaine pertinent
Bilinguisme essentiel (français + anglais)
Bon jugement, polyvalence et capacité à innover
Capable de travailler dans un environnement en évolution rapide
Adaptable et organisé(e)

Contact: Jacques Demers:

Freelance journalist for weekly newspaper chain

Company – Lighthouse Publications Inc.

Category– freelance journalist Job- writing feature and general news

Remuneration– Commensurate with ability

Deadline to apply – open

Company description: Lighthouse Publications Inc. publishes four weekly newspapers in the Montreal-area: Town of Mount Royal, Nuns’ Island, Beaconsfield and Saint-Lambert.

The position: This is an ideal  opportunity for a journalism student, or a grad, to obtain experience and a job reference for the future. Past graduates who have worked for our newspapers can attest to this. The work is outside of the office covering general news and writing profiles. This is a freelance part-time position with an opportunity for full-time employment.

Requirements: A middle to high level of bilingualism is essential. A journalism degree, or on track for one.

To apply: Send one, or two stories, and a job resumé to company president Barbara Noetzel


Applications open for 2020 EU-Canada Young Journalist Fellowship

[Le texte en français suit le texte en anglais]

Ottawa – The European Union Delegation to Canada and the Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) are thrilled to launch the 2020 edition of the European Union-Canada Young Journalist Fellowship. 
The EU-Canada Young Journalist Fellowship aims to recognize outstanding journalistic talent among young Canadians. Since 2001, three candidates have been selected every year to participate in a week-long study tour to experience the EU institutions, the Canadian Mission to the EU, and media outlets in Brussels. Winners will also attend the daily European Commission press briefing. All expenses are paid for by the European Union Delegation to Canada. Winners will also benefit from a one-year CAJ membership or one-year CAJ membership renewal.Prior to the trip, winners will be invited to an awards ceremony co-hosted by the Office of the Speaker of the House of Commons and the CAJ in Ottawa.The EU-Canada Young Journalist Fellowship seeks to foster links between Europeans and Canadians and to raise awareness of the European Union among a new generation of Canadian students and journalists. Winners are required to submit a sample of their work and to chronicle their study tour experience online or in print during the study tour or upon their return from Europe (i.e. published articles, blogging, social media platforms). 

In order to be eligible, participants must be: 
Actively enrolled in a Canadian university/post-secondary institution or active in the field of journalismBetween the ages 18-30 Canadian citizen or permanent resident  

Applications must include:

1. Sample of work 
Applicants are invited to submit a recent sample of their work in any format, in English or French, about the European Union or European Union-Canada relations.
Entry requirements:If print:
-News stories or opinion pieces of maximum 1,000 words, unpublished or published within the six previous months from application date.
-If audio-visual: News reports of up to 90 seconds duration or mini-documentaries of anywhere between 4 and 5 minutes. 
-The date of the unpublished text or report must be indicated. In case of published text or broadcast report, the date and name of media outlet must be indicated. The jury will pay particular attention to journalistic qualities and talent, rigorous research, factual accuracy and topic relevance to EU and EU-Canada relations. 

2.  Letter of motivation
Applicants must write a letter of motivation clearly outlining specific topics they plan to write about during/upon return from Europe and where their work will appear (media outlet, social media, blog etc.) Winners will have complete editorial independence and, while the Delegation and the Canadian Association of Journalists will retain the right to publish/reproduce their work to promote the program in future years, applicants will maintain intellectual property rights of their work.The letter should also include the reasons for applying and the anticipated benefits to be derived from participation in the study trip. 

3. Curriculum vitae

4. Proof of Canadian citizenship or permanent resident status

The closing date for applications is 11 May 2020
Please note that incomplete applications, i.e. applications not containing all of the above documents submitted at the same time, will not be considered.For audio-visual entries, please send online link by e-mail or USB by mail with the application.
Applications are to be sent either by e-mail to DELEGATION-CANADA-POL@eeas.europa.euor by mail to the following address:
Delegation of the European Union to CanadaRef.: EU-Canada Young Journalist Fellowship150 Metcalfe Street, Suite 1900Ottawa, Ontario K2P 1P1  

Final selection by the Jury:
The Jury, consisting of EU Delegation representatives, professional journalists and academics, will meet in spring 2020 to select the best pieces received by the closing date. The decisions of the Jury will be final. The three winners will be notified directly.

The Study Tour will take place in autumn 2020
For further information:
Diodora Bucur, EU Delegation Press Officer, 613-563-6354 @EUinCanada 
Karyn Pugliese, Canadian Association of Journalists President, 204-995-1071

Ottawa – La Délégation de l’Union européenne au Canada et l’Association Canadienne des Journalistes (ACJ) ont le plaisir de lancer l’édition 2020 du Prix Union européenne-Canada pour jeunes journalistes.
Le Prix UE-Canada pour jeunes journalistes vise à reconnaître le talent journalistique exceptionnel des jeunes canadiens. Chaque année depuis 2001, trois candidat(e)s sont sélectionné(e)s pour participer à un voyage d’étude d’une semaine auprès de différentes institutions européennes, de la mission du Canada auprès de l’UE, et de divers médias à Bruxelles. Les lauréat(e)s auront l’opportunité d’assister au point presse journalier de la Commission européenne. Tous les frais sont payés par la Délégation de l’Union européenne au Canada. Les gagnants bénéficieront également d’une adhésion d’un an à l’ACJ ou du renouvellement de leur adhésion à l’ACJ pour une durée d’un an.
Avant le voyage, les lauréat(e)s seront invité(e)s à une cérémonie de remise des prix co-organisée avec le Bureau du Président de la Chambre des communes et l’ACJ à Ottawa.
Le Prix UE-Canada vise à renforcer les liens entre Européens et Canadiens et à sensibiliser les nouvelles générations d’étudiants et de journalistes canadiens aux activités de l’Union européenne.
Les lauréat(e)s sont tenu(e)s de présenter un exemple de leur travail et de faire la chronique, en ligne ou à l’écrit, de leur expérience durant leur voyage–étude ou à leur retour (par exemple, des articles écrits, des blogs, ou sur les réseaux sociaux).  


Pour être admissibles, les étudiant(e)s doivent être:
Inscrits dans une université / établissement d’enseignement post secondaire ou actifs dans le domaine du journalisme
Avoir entre 18 et 30 ans
Avoir la citoyenneté canadienne ou être résident(e)s permanent(e)s
Toute candidature doit inclure:
1. Exemple de travail
Les candidat(e)s sont invité(e)s à soumettre un exemple de leur travail, en anglais ou en français, se concentrant sur l’Union européenne ou les relations entre l’Union européenne et le Canada.
Conditions : 
-Sujet imprimé : articles d’actualité ou d’opinion d’un maximum de 1 000 mots, non publiés ou publiés dans les six mois précédant la date de soumission.
– Format audio-visuel : rapports d’actualité d’une durée maximale de 90 secondes ou mini-documentaires d’une durée comprise entre 4 et 5 minutes.
– La date de production de texte ou de reportage non-publié doit être précisée. Dans le cas de texte publié ou de reportage diffusé, la date et le nom de la publication doivent être indiqués.
Le jury portera une attention particulière aux qualités journalistiques et au talent, à la recherche rigoureuse, la véracité des faits, et la pertinence du sujet pour l’Union européenne et ses relations avec le Canada.
2.  Lettre de motivation
Les candidat(e)s doivent présenter une lettre de motivation détaillant clairement les sujets spécifiques sur lesquels ils envisagent d’écrire durant leur visite ou à leur retour d’Europe, ainsi que l’endroit où leur travail sera présenté (media, réseaux sociaux, blog, etc.)  
Les gagnant(e)s auront une totale liberté éditoriale et, tandis que la Délégation et l’Association Canadienne des Journalistes conserveront le droit de publier / reproduire leur travail afin de promouvoir le programme dans les années à venir, les appliquant conserveront les droits de propriété intellectuelle de leur travail.
La lettre doit également inclure les raisons de l’application, ainsi que les avantages dont le participant s’attend à bénéficier en prenant part à ce voyage d’étude.
3. Curriculum vitae 
4. Preuve de citoyenneté canadienne ou de statut de résident(e) permanent(e)
La date de clôture des candidatures est le 11 mai 2020
Veuillez noter que les demandes incomplètes, p.ex. les demandes reçues sans la totalité des documents décrits ci-dessus ne seront pas considérées.
Pour les candidatures comprenant du matériel audiovisuel, veuillez nous faire parvenir un lien par email ou une clé USB par la poste avec votre application.
Les applications doivent être envoyées par email à l’adresse ou par la poste à l’adresse suivante:
Délégation de l’union européenne au Canada
Ref.: Prix UE-Canada pour jeunes journalistes
150 Metcalfe Street, Suite 1900
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 1P1 
Sélection finale par le jury:
Le Jury, composé de représentants de la Délégation européenne, de journalistes professionnels et d’universitaires, se réunira en printemps 2020 afin de sélectionner les meilleurs articles reçus. Les décisions du Jury seront finales. Les trois lauréats seront informés directement.
Le voyage d’étude aura lieu à l’automne 2020
Pour plus d’informations:
Diodora Bucur, Attachée de presse de la Délégation de l’UE, 613-563-6354
Karyn Pugliese, Présidente de l’ACJ, 204-995-1071

Investintech – CAJ Journalism Scholarship


  • $1,000.00 CAD
  • Free one year membership with the CAJ
  • One free pass to the annual CAJ national conference

About the Scholarship

“As developers of PDF converter, creator and editor solutions, we know what an important role data has to play in our everyday lives and especially in the news. Now more than ever, factual data analysis is crucial to the integrity of investigative reporting, and learning to do so accurately is essential. That’s why we’re getting involved right where it matters most when it comes to the future of the journalism industry — the students.

Our aim for this scholarship is to support and encourage journalism students by helping them with the costs of their education, which can often be a hindrance to their career. Not only that, but we intend for this scholarship to serve as a way to help prepare students for a career path as a journalist by getting them to think about the industry and its ever increasing emphasis on data.”


The Investintech – CAJ Data Journalism Scholarship is open to students who show an interest in data journalism and are:

  • Majoring in a journalism program, working towards either a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree.
  • Currently accepted to or enrolled in a college or university in Canada.
  • Pursuing a course of studies leading to an undergraduate or graduate degree in journalism.

Submission and Application Details

Submitted work may be a published item, class assignment or even an item on a personal blog.

  • Work must have been produced within one calendar year of the scholarship closing date.
  • Individual work is preferred. If submitted item is produced as part of a team of two or more, applicant must have done the bulk of the work.
  • Previous winners are not eligible to apply.

The submission must include:

  • An example of a work of journalism that shows the application of data skills (e.g. use of spreadsheets, web scraping, use of mapping tool).
  • An explanation of what you did and how you did it, including the resources you used.
  • An idea for a project you would like to work on, particularly if you had more data journalism skills.
  • A letter of support from an instructor or editor.

Deadline: April 1, 2020

Apply here:

Political Matters Journalism Internship Program

The Political Matters Journalism Internship Program will once again provide two student journalists with an opportunity to hone their political reporting skills on Parliament Hill over the coming summer.

The successful candidates will be introduced to the exciting world of political journalism in Ottawa.

The host news organizations will be confirmed shortly, but senior journalists will mentor aspiring political journalists and work with them to develop the skills to pursue a career in Canadian media.

The interns will receive a $10,000 honorarium from Political Matters for their participation in the 13-week program.

Initial funding for the program, launched in September 2018, came from an event at the Black Sheep Inn in Wakefield, Quebec.  The fundraiser was supported by many organizations and individuals with a passion for journalism, politics and political journalism, who believe in the importance of journalism to Canada’s political life.

The invitation to apply is extended to students enrolled in journalism programs at Canadian universities, colleges and polytechnical institutes, students involved in campus media, and Canadian citizens enrolled in journalism programs at universities abroad.

Applications are to be submitted by March 27, 2020.

For more details about eligibility, the application process and the March 27 deadline, please follow the link below:

All applications will be reviewed by the Political Matters Journalism Internship steering committee which includes Peter Mansbridge, Nancy Jamieson, Bruce Anderson, Susan Delacourt, Susan Harada, Jennifer Ditchburn and Bill Fox, individuals with extensive experience in political journalism, journalism education, politics and public policy.

For further information, contact:

Susan Harada — Phone: (613) 520-2600 Extension 7437

Bill Fox — Phone: (416) 529-3522

Individuals interested in becoming a supporter of the Political Matters Journalism Internship initiative can contact Bruce Anderson at

Reporters / Photographers for The Laval News

The Laval News, an independent bi-weekly community newspaper serving the Laval region, is seeking a full-time reporter to join our editorial staff

The ideal candidate is:
a graduate of a college or university journalism program and/or significant professional experience working as a journalist
an excellent communicator in English with a good working ability in French
familiar with basic computer software WORD OUTLOOK
a capable photographer who owns a digital camera
a licensed driver, preferably with a car
An ability to work some evenings and weekends is essential (with time off provided during the week as compensation).

Appreciation of community journalism and familiarity with the region are strong assets.
Salary: to be discussed based on experience

send résumé by email to
Deadline for application: Immediate

Journaliste municipal, Radio Victoria

En ondes depuis 12 ans, Radio Victoria est la seule radio communautaire francophone de la Colombie-Britannique. Localisée à Victoria, elle a pour mission de porter la voix des francophones et francophiles de la région, en proposant des programmes innovants dans les domaines de l’information, de l’éducation, du social, de la culture, du divertissement et du développement communautaire.

Relevant de la direction générale, Radio Victoria est à la recherche d’un ou d’une journaliste afin de produire et d’animer deux émissions hebdomadaires sur l’actualité municipale du Grand Victoria.

Statut d’embauche : employé.e
Horaire de travail : 40 h par semaine
Durée du contrat : Du 21 février 2020 au 31 mars 2021
Salaire : 20 $/h

La personne retenue devra assister aux conseils municipaux de Victoria, Saanich, Esquimalt et Oak Bay, aux réunions pertinentes du Capital Regional District et de la police de Victoria.
Elle devra ensuite choisir les actualités les plus pertinentes pour ses deux émissions hebdomadaires, réaliser des entrevues, produire les émissions en respectant les échéanciers et rédiger de courts textes pour chaque nouvelle présentée.

Formation et expériences requises :

• Formation en journalisme
• Expérience en animation radio nécessaire
• Connaissance basique des équipements radiophoniques
• Bonne connaissance de l’actualité locale et du fonctionnement des conseils municipaux
• Grande autonomie et esprit d’initiative
• Rigueur et éthique journalistique en accord avec le code de déontologie de la FPJQ
• Très bonne maîtrise de l’anglais à l’oral et l’écrit (toutes les réunions des différents conseils municipaux sont en anglais)
• Être légalement autorisé de travailler au Canada

Si vous pensez être le ou la candidate idéale, envoyez votre CV ainsi qu’une lettre de motivation et une démo radio au directeur général Pierre Chauvin à avant le 14 février 2020.
Cet emploi est rendu possible grâce au programme Initiative de journalisme local, administré par le FCRC et financé par Patrimoine canadien.

Radio Victoria invite les personnes appartenant à un large éventail de groupes et communautés à présenter leur candidature, y compris en ce qui a trait à la langue, l’origine ethnoculturelle, le sexe, l’identité de genre ou sexuelle, l’âge, les croyances religieuses et les capacités (liste non exhaustive).