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07 March 2017
The complainant had a relative die in a car crash. While she herself was not contacted, she alleged the reporter was insensitive and insistent with other family members
06 March 2017
With journalism under attack, it’s important that journalists focus on the basics of the craft and not become defensive. That will keep readers’ trust.
03 March 2017
Serious journalism in the public interest requires courageous confidential sources.Read more
02 March 2017
Reporters can learn a few lessons from the mistake made during the Oscars telecast.Read more
17 February 2017
The complainant thought that merely reporting about the closing down of an activist group’s space because the building was being torn down was unacceptable.
15 February 2017
Easier to get higher paying assignments south of the border, according to freelancers.Read more
14 February 2017
‘Serving as public editor is a privilege and trying one’s best to serve readers and journalism’s highest standards is well worth doing — particularly at a time when building public trust in
The Public Policy Forum’s report The Shattered Mirror recommended Ottawa step up to help preserve Canadian news coverage. Screenshot by J-Source.
08 February 2017
Traditional media firms are undoubtedly suffering in the digital age. But does it follow that the public is being harmed?
Burning of Rome
06 February 2017
If democracy itself becomes unsustainable, then journalism's future becomes a moot point.Read more

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