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24 April 2014
Following the controversy of prominent journalists Peter Mansbridge and Rex Murphy accepting payments from members of the oil industry, CBC has made several changes to its policies about paid
21 April 2014
There is no magic formula for ensuring a civil exchange of relevant ideas and opinions. Setting the ground rules, monitoring the conversation and being engaged in it can go long way to achieving that
21 April 2014
Setting the ground rules, monitoring the conversation and being engaged in it can go long way to achieving that goal, says a report by the Canadian Association of Journalists’ ethics advisory
11 April 2014
The new Torstar Business Code of Conduct says employees have to act in the best interests of the company. But, as journalism ethics professor David Swick asks, can Star journalists always act in the
03 March 2014
Steve Paikin, the host of The Agenda, is asking for advice—his son is seeking a Liberal nomination in the 2015 federal election. Given this conflict of interest, Paikin asks how he should approach
03 March 2014
The Canadian Association of Journalists ethics committee looked at whether journalists have a responsibility to discuss the potential consequences of an interview when dealing with vulnerable sources
03 March 2014
Sharing information with a reporteris not a risk free act. There is a range of potential consequences for subjects and sources. The Canadian Association of Journalists ethics committee considered if
03 March 2014
Beyond the fact that Mansbridge and his CBC bosses thought it fine for him to accept a paying gig at an oil conference, journalism professor Dan Rowe explains what the incident says about how
28 February 2014
CBC News anchor Peter Mansbridge defended himself after a report that he made a paid speech to petroleum producers, saying he has never publicly promoted or opposed oilsands development.

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