Wed, 06/28/2017 - 23:57

28 June 2017
Canadian news consumers have embraced mobile devices and social media for their fix, but still view traditional outlets as the most trustworthy source.
28 June 2017
«Les internautes canadiens, tant anglophones que francophones, se montrent plutôt critiques à l’égard des médias sociaux», soulignent les auteurs.
27 June 2017
The complainant thought swearing on an online video of an eyewitness recording of a bus billowing smoke was in violation of policy.
26 June 2017
The Globe should not use terms that are both inaccurate and insulting to any group in society.
16 June 2017
Reporters need to better describe a leader's political philosophy and beyond the image they want to project.
13 June 2017
What are the considerations in using confidential sources in the Star?Read
13 June 2017
More detailed research is needed to find out just what Canadians actually believe is true on social media.Read more
12 June 2017
The complainant objected to the characterization of the government of Turkey as “fundamentalist.”Read more
08 June 2017
The complainant said she would never have let a Marketplace crew into her wedding show if she had known who they were.

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