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07 June 2008
More than 800 journalists from 40 countries around the world wrapped up an intense three days of panels and partying in Miami Saturday June 7. One of the most interesting threads that ran through the
06 June 2008
Climbing the data ladder can be dangerous. That was one of the messages delivered Thursday June 5 at the annual conference of Investigative Reporters and Editors in Miami. David Donald of IRE/NICAR
17 May 2008
Reporters looking for the Canadian context for events such as the devastating Sichuan earthquake can turn to the Natural Resources earthquake database for basic details on every known earthquake in
16 May 2008
An Ottawa Citiizen investigation has found about 1 in 20 gas pumps in Canada was pumping less gas than indicated on the readout when inspected. Citizen reporter Glen McGregor obtained Measurement
12 May 2008
Practising reporters and students of journalism have a new guide through the complexities of investigative reporting in Canada. Digging Deeper: A Canadian Reporter's Research Guide is the work of
09 May 2008
WHOIS searches on .ca domain names are about to get a whole lot less informative. The Canadian Internet Registration Authority is slapping on new privacy restrictions. The name of the registrant,
07 May 2008
The Nova Scotia government says it will begin to post restaurant health inspections online this summer. The announcement came in the provincial legislature in response to an opposition private
07 May 2008
The decision by Ottawa to scrap its CAIRS system for tracking access to information requests has caused one of those passing flaps on the Hill. But is the move a real threat to openness? I'm not sure
28 March 2008
Ottawa Citizen reporter Glen McGregor once again showed why he’s one of the best CAR reporters in the country with his analysis of House of Commons votes by the Liberal opposition. McGregor


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