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25 January 2017
Six years, one prime minister and a president later, it seems American journalists will be asked to put up with a lot of things
23 January 2017
The complainant objected to the host and panelists on Sunday Talk drinking on air during the New Year’s day programme.Read more
23 January 2017
The complainant thought an interview with a World War II vet during a live Remembrance Day special was exploitive and inappropriate.
19 January 2017
If we give in to fiction instead of fact, and vitriol instead of verification, we all lose.
17 January 2017
The use of analytics is now entrenched in news practice. But do journalists really understand how to utilize them?
16 January 2017
Time pressure is a daily reality of journalism. A complaint is an illustration of the cost.Read more
16 January 2017
Almost 11,700 Toronto Star readers participated in the 2016 You be the Editor challenge.Read more
12 January 2017
The complainant, Paul Walton, thought it was not fair or balanced to provide the names in some crime stories, but leave them out in others.
12 January 2017
The amount of corrections in The Globe and Mail in 2016 was up almost 10 per cent more than 2015, but it shows how smart our readers are


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