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22 October 2007
Ever wonder how often air bags fail in cars? So did the Kansas City Star, and the answer was, far too often. The paper looked at U.S. fatal crash data, but since so many cars are common, the story
19 October 2007
Transport Canada has quietly posted a searchable version of its CADORS aviation database to its website. This is a huge change of course for the department after it spent four years keeping the same
19 October 2007
CBC’s investigative unit is at it again with a series of stories on violence in Canada’s nursing homes. The stories started airing on Marketplace October 17, and continued on CBC Radio the following
24 September 2007
By Fred Vallance-Jones When I sat down to crunch the raw data from the third annual CNA FOI audit , I hoped against hope that I'd discover a marked improvement in performance by Canada's federal,
30 May 2007
Tip Sheet Numbers don’t lie – or do they? The conclusions drawn from a computer-assisted reporting (CAR) investigation could be incorrect or tarnish the reputation of a person or company. Making sure

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