Category Archives: Steno

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How much do court reporters make?

I had this conversation with one of the staff at a law firm where I was reporting out of this past week and while in the heat of the moment I didn’t respond as optimally as I could have to … Continue reading

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Double booking a reporter

I’ve heard about double appointments for a stenographer being a common thing for U.S. stenographers but hadn’t heard about it in Canada before and definitely had never encountered it before. Yesterday

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The beginning of the end (of stenography)

This is not meant to be an ominous, upsetting post but a real look at what is coming.  They’ve been saying it for years.  Stenographers who have been working for 20, 30, 40 years have said that when they first … Continue reading

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Saturday, November 9, 2019 morning dream

Had a dream that I was covering a job where it was a simple interview but there were more people there than usual.  I had my laptop on the table already but then they

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Protected: Steno things this week

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CSRAO Spring Conference 2019

April 6, 2019:  This year’s Chartered Shorthand Reporters’ Association of Ontario Conference was held once again at the Oakham House at Ryerson University. Unlike previous years, this was a much more quiet and subdued conference.  I’m not sure exactly of … Continue reading

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