In 2018, King’s School of Journalism joined a national investigative reporting network comprised of students from journalism schools across the country. The National Student Investigative Reporting Network (NSIRN) has collaborated on a large-scale investigative reporting project, with two King’s Master of Journalism students, Megan O’Toole and Lyndsay Armstrong, participating under the supervision of Faculty member Pauline Dakin. The results of that project will be published across the country on Nov. 4, with local reporting appearing in the Star Metro Halifax that day.

On November 20, the School of Journalism will host O’Toole and Armstrong for a talk about their work, their experience of learning to do a national collaborative investigation, and the impact that it will have.