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Webinar: State Your Worth


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Join us for a webinar with compensation professional Annika Reinhardt on Thursday, November 22nd and learn how to get into the right mindset for negotiating

Always be closing: How to keep marketing even when busy with projects


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It’s tempting, when you have client work, to forget all about marketing and simply bury yourself in the writing. But that is a costly mistake that triggers the freelancer’s curse of feast or famine.

Freelancers Unite to Battle Low Pay and Bad Contracts


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Members of five of Canada’s largest freelancer associations have banded together to fight against stagnant pay rates and contracts that demand the right to reuse their work for no further pay.

Ten Reasons to Join CMG Freelance


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From contract advice to professional development opportunities, CMG Freelance president Don Genova gives you ten good reasons to join our freelance union.

Webinar: Handling The Physical and Emotional Realities of Journalism


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A free webinar for freelance journalists and photojournalists presented by The Canadian Journalism Forum on Violence and Trauma.

From Canada to the Netherlands, freelancers seek community and solidarity


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Freelancing is a solitary career. But increasingly, freelancers around the world are seeing the value of community.

Freelancers can learn to thrive in a rapidly changing work environment


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What is the future for freelance workers? The more cynical might ask: do freelancers even have a future? The answer to that is an unequivocal “yes,” according to this international panel of speakers.

Why Should Freelancers Have a Blog?


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Should freelancers have a blog? Is there any value in blogging these days? These are the questions. We’ve all heard we should blog, but there isn’t a lot of talk about why.

Freelancers’ concerns highlighted at Democracy Project journalism summit


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At panel discussions populated by major publishers and established journalists, freelancers made themselves heard.

The 5-Minute Freelancer Q&A #35 — Geoff Dembicki


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Vancouver freelance journalist Geoff Dembicki talks about taking risks, finding community, and the importance of mentors in the lives of young journalists.