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28 May 2015
The fifth estate‘s dramatic “jump” footage spotlighted an innocent man’s jailing. But was it fair to air it?
21 May 2015
FHRITP is only one example of the insidious sexism people face in the field.Read more
14 May 2015
How a health reporter weighed the risks of a hot-zone assignment in the early days of the 2014 ebola outbreak.Read
01 May 2015
An internal report on the journalistic independence at CTV News will not be made public, says the head of Bell Media’s parent company BCE Inc.
24 April 2015
In the first case of its kind, the Quebec Press Council is investigating a complaint against two La Presse columnists for blocking a reader on Twitter.
15 April 2015
When a cop shot himself in a local cemetery, the Hamilton Spectator had to decide what the public should know.
19 March 2015
Kelly Toughill explores the ethics and editorial impact of writing about destinations that host travel writers for free.
19 March 2015
An email from the prime minister’s office offered a story with strings attached. For two Ontario journalists, the conditions seemed unreasonable.
10 March 2015
Recent Canadian journalism scandals aren't coincidental; they're the logical outcome of dramatic changes in journalism that have propelled it into a legitimation crisis as it struggles to survive.


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