Tue, 06/27/2017 - 15:09

10 May 2017
In the midst of charges of made-up news, mostly south of the border, a reader wanted to know more about the mysterious practices around anonymous sources
10 May 2017
This is a tale of two columnists, and how they were treated very differently by Canada's largest newspaper.
09 May 2017
It can be a challenge to better balance the photos and news coverage of women, but it’s not insurmountable, and the situation should be much better than it is
08 May 2017
‘As public editor with responsibility for overseeing the Star’s policies, I agree with the Star’s concerns about Desmond Cole’s recent actions.’
08 May 2017
As newspapers retreat, small (and cheap) online operations are filling the vacuum.Read more
25 April 2017
The complainant objected to a conversation with a British Columbia Civil Liberties lawyer on the question of electronic device searches at the U.S. border.
25 April 2017
Many readers objected to an Opinion column which explored the different ways we think about mass shootings when the perpetrators are Muslim and when they are not.
18 April 2017
The complainant believed that in a discussion arising out of remarks made by Quebec Premier, Philippe Couillard, at the funeral of the victims of the Quebec City Mosque shooting, host.
17 April 2017
The complainant said reporter Nick Purdon was wrong to call the RCMP after he encountered a shivering refugee on the Canada-U.S. border.

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