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01 May 2014
CBC ombudsman Esther Enkin said Michael Enright, host of The Sunday Edition, overstated the conclusion of a study when he said second-hand smoke does not cause lung cancer.
29 April 2014
You can choose to avoid a story, but not a headline, writes The Globe and Mail 's public editor Sylvia Stead.
28 April 2014
Toronto Star readers have spoken: The majority do not want to see swear words spelled out or more profanity in print, writes public editor Kathy English.
04 April 2014
The documentary, Silence of the Labs, provided many relevant facts and presented alternative perspectives about an important public policy issue so that Canadians could draw their own conclusions,
04 April 2014
An election endorsement doesn’t stop the editorial board from criticizing anything the endorsed party or government subsequently does, writes The Globe and Mail 's public editor Sylvia Stead.
03 April 2014
The complainant, Senator Donald Plett, felt the information about his travel expenses and those of his wife were misrepresented online and on television. But CBC ombudsman Esther Enkin says the
03 April 2014
A tweet was sent out from The Globe and Mail ’s account promoting an excellent and original on a scenario for what might have happened to the missing Malaysian plane. The tweet attracted criticism
03 April 2014
When the Toronto Star printed the Ontario Press Council decision against the newspaper, we messed up by not indicating the report was written by the press council, writes public editor Kathy English
14 March 2014
Peter Mansbridge’s and Rex Murphy’s integrity are not in question, writes CBC ombudsman Esther Enkin. But since taking money leads to a perception of conflict of interest, CBC management may want to


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