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25 October 2016
Blue Jays baseball may be done but the debate about offensive team names isn’t over.
24 October 2016
The question the Public Policy Forum raises – of whether in such an environment, the civic function of journalism and democracy is still important to us – is key.
19 October 2016
Readers expressed frustration this week after multiple stories reported racial slurs were hurled at Baltimore players by Toronto Blue Jays players.
18 October 2016
Rarely a day goes by without several Toronto Star readers emailing the public editor’s office to point out spelling, grammar and usage errors that slip through the writing and editing process.
17 October 2016
The complainant complained that Peter Mansbridge had injected biased and inappropriate comments into his remarks during the opening ceremonies of the Rio games.
17 October 2016
The complainant thought that repeated use of the name of one candidate violated the need for balance and fair coverageRead more
14 October 2016
Media stories that get it wrong can contribute to how others perceive those with autism – and even perpetuate potentially dangerous stereotypes.
07 October 2016
Last June Michael Nguyen broke a story alleging provincial court Judge Suzanne Vadeboncoeur had engaged in inappropriate behaviour.
06 October 2016
‘As a news organization committed to equal dignity for all, the Star bears considerable responsibility to guard against reinforcing unfair racial stereotypes.’

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